Best bar to watch Pats in Boston area

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  1. HopsHopenstein

    HopsHopenstein Initiate (0) Sep 4, 2011 Connecticut

    Will be in Boston for the long weekend and need to find a bar to watch the game. I've been to most of the go to beer bars but don't remember which ones had TV s. Thanks for the help. Cheers
  2. ChrisMyhre

    ChrisMyhre Initiate (0) Sep 15, 2013 Massachusetts

    Lord Hobo has TVs.
  3. shameus

    shameus Initiate (0) Dec 23, 2013 Massachusetts

    Row 34 had the Pat's game on the other night.
  4. HighLowJack

    HighLowJack Disciple (373) Jun 5, 2013 Massachusetts

    it's a weird sounding suggestion, but the Champions at the Marriott Copley has a huge screen and a bunch of other TV's.

    just outside downtown, Hops and Scotch in Brookline has TV's downstairs.
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  5. robNSB

    robNSB Initiate (148) Oct 6, 2009 Massachusetts

    We, at Night Shift, will also be staying open late on Sunday to show the Patriots game in our Taproom. We have a brand new 100 inch screen to watch the action on. Cheers!
  6. huuvola

    huuvola Initiate (117) Oct 29, 2005 Massachusetts

    Lord Hobo has tweeted/Facebooked that they'll have sound on for the games, as well as food specials (a $4 burger, or something like that). They only have 2 screens (I think), but you can see them from most seats in the bar.
  7. HopsHopenstein

    HopsHopenstein Initiate (0) Sep 4, 2011 Connecticut

    100 inch screen, night shift beers, and playoff football. Sounds like a plan.
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  8. MyIronLung

    MyIronLung Initiate (0) Oct 28, 2011 Massachusetts

    I visited your brewery yesterday for the first time.. What a great place to curl up with a few pints and watch the game!
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  9. yuppiescum

    yuppiescum Initiate (47) Jun 4, 2009 Massachusetts

    Every bar in Boston has TV's, pretty much.
  10. AlcahueteJ

    AlcahueteJ Poo-Bah (1,943) Dec 4, 2004 Massachusetts

    I'm hesitant to say this because it's a well-kept secret (not that it won't be insanely packed anyways by game time) but Olde Magoun's in Somerville is probably the best spot to watch an NFL game (or soccer).
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  11. HopsHopenstein

    HopsHopenstein Initiate (0) Sep 4, 2011 Connecticut

    Looking for the bars that serve good beer with TVs
  12. mcintire78

    mcintire78 Zealot (563) Dec 16, 2006 Massachusetts
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    I had some BCBS a few weeks ago at Olde Magoun's while watching the Ravens take on the Steelers. But, as AlcahueteJ says, you'll have to get there hours ahead of time to get a seat--maybe even before he 3pm game, and I doubt you'll be able to get in the room by 6pm on Sunday.
  13. Auror

    Auror Defender (623) Jan 1, 2010 Massachusetts

    For the crowding reasons mentioned above, I think Night Shift might be the correct answer. Won't be expected.
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  14. illpass78

    illpass78 Meyvn (1,170) Aug 16, 2012 Maine

    I like Christopher's in Porter Square for this.
  15. BruinsDude325

    BruinsDude325 Initiate (0) Oct 18, 2014 Connecticut

    Wish I was in Boston tomorrow. Or maybe I wish the game was today when I was in Boston. Cuz I would 1000000% be watching it at night shift
  16. Hophead717

    Hophead717 Initiate (0) Oct 21, 2011 Massachusetts

    I'll be the guy at Night Shift rooting for the Colts. Ready to meet some new friends!!
  17. HighLowJack

    HighLowJack Disciple (373) Jun 5, 2013 Massachusetts

    glwat :slight_smile:
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