Boston is home of the oldest ballpark in the majors, Fenway Park. Watching a game at this stadium is like watching a painting. The best thing about the ballpark is everything is walking distance in and around the park, making it easy way to spend a full day around the Red Sox home.
The Baseball Tavern
Our first stop was to say hey to Jim at The Baseball Tavern. Located at 1270 Boylston Street, the Tavern features indoor and outdoor seating, a variety of floors, video-games, tons of Red Sox memorabilia and more.
Located at 82 Lansdowne Street, We swung by to check out the batting cage downstairs and grab a few oysters. It's a place filled with HDTVs to catch any major game and a spot with many Boston fans before the game.
The Bleacher Bar
Located on Lansdowne Street and actually situated inside Fenway Park is The Bleacher Bar. It's esigned with throwback to the old-school bars of Boston, featuring tons of memorabilia. The most notable feature is the huge window that looks right out into the outfield. What's not so noticeable? Check out the men's bathroom for an unforgettable view.
After the bars we headed on into the majestic Fenway Park. Later in the game we got rained out, but it was a fun experience overall.
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