Up for watching some bi-coastal baseball? Here are a few food and drink specials—hot dogs, pizza, beer and more—so you can keep your strength up while you root, root, root for the home team.
Bar Boulud is getting into the spirit of the post-season with a slew of Game Day specials. Pop in to either the dining room or lounge for $1 oysters, $5 house draft beers and a two-for-$28 deal on their signature J.D. Martini (named for the DH, #28, J.D. Martinez). If you happen to be among the lucky folks who scored tickets, you can pop in on your way to the Park for a DB Dog – just show ‘em your ticket and you’ll get another dog on the house. Give the restaurant a ring at 617.535.8800 for details and a table.
Cheer on the Sox in Four Seasons style. The Bristol is adding some specials to their menu in honor of the World Series. Find a seat with a clear line of sight to tuck in to treats like Triple Play Nachos (skirt steak, chipotle queso, salsa verda and avocado crema), Um-pie-re Pizza (pesto chicken, burrata, aged balsamic and a sliced tomato) or the Grand Slam Burger (double cheeseburger, bacon, fried avocado, barbecue aioli served with curly fries and a root beer float). If you’ve got room for dessert, there’s always the Big Green Monster Sundae (brownie, mint chocolate chip ice cream with hot fudge and jimmies). Give ’em a ring at 617.351.2037 for a table.
Chef Peter Davis will be serving his own version of a World Series Fenway Frank at Noir through the end of the post-season. Pop into the Charles Hotel’s stylish little lounge to enjoy a house-made lamb sausage roll with peppers and onions, which comes with a bag of Sea Salt Kettle Chips. Call 617.661.8010 for additional deets.
Whenever the Sox are on, The Industry will be serving 14” Margarita pizzas (with your choice of two toppings) for $10 and wings for 50% off. They’ll also have $3 beer specials so you can calm your game day nerves with Jack’s Abby Wheat Lager, Newburyport Pale Ale or Mayflower Fresh Start. Reservations are recommended if you want a table though you can see the TVs from the bar, too. Call 617.297.9010.
Will Gilson and his team at Puritan & Company have revived their supremely popular Rally Cap Sundae for the duration of the World Series. Take yourself out to Inman Square while you can to cheer on the Sox with a ball park-inspired combo of vanilla ice cream, salted caramel, frosted peanuts and caramel corn. Call 617.615.6195 if you need additional info.
They’ve gone all out at Rail Stop Restaurant & Bar with a whole Game Day Menu. Make the Brighton eatery your World Series-watching destination, and you can enjoy half-priced apps and $5 pizzas during the games. Choose from snackable goodies like tempura cheese, arancini and wings or order up a fire-grilled pie; they’ve got cheese, mushroom and spicy sausage with peppadew peppers. See the menu here then call 617.254.0044 for a table or more info.
Located inside Boston’s Liberty Hotel, Scampo is serving an amazing game day cocktail thanks to bartender, Lisa Gennawey. The BoSox-inspired beverage consists of Codigo Tequila Rosa, a tequila that been aged in French oak barile wine, prickly pear puree for a deep Red sox color, lime and Saint Germain, layered with a waving Word championship Flag as garnish, finished with a red salt rim. This specialty cocktail is available for $18 ‘til the last out is recorded. Call 617.536.2100 for more info or just swing by.
Just steps from Fenway Park, Tapestry will open early on game days so you can pre-game with the Expo Kitchen’s Church of Fenway, which includes a margherita pizza, Narragansett Tall Boy, and a shot of whiskey. Tapestry is bringing back its Championship Burger and homemade Cracker Jacks, too. The dual-concept restaurant’s casual Expo Kitchen side offers the perfect atmosphere for pre or post-Sox revelry. The fun space includes a full bar and games, like bumper pool, shuffleboard tables and a dartboard. Call 617.421.4470 for more info.