Eating around Fenway
- Bleacher Bar ($$) ‐ This unique bar is located right under Fenway Park’s bleachers giving fans a view of the center field. Menu offers snacks, soups, salads and sandwiches. 82A Lansdowne St, Boston 617‐262‐2424
- Citizen Public House and Oyster Bar($$) ‐ Microbrew, 150 whiskeys and plenty of fresh local oysters make this a neighborhood favorite. Seafood and pork dominate this menu but there are plenty of offerings on both gluten‐free and vegetarian menus. Don’t forget to check for the chalkboard specials! 1310 Boylston St, Boston 617‐450‐9000
- Cask’n Flagon ($$) ‐ This Fenway bar gets packed during the game but is quite kid friendly. Lots of room to enjoy the game and has an outdoor patio. Serves standard pub fare‐ salads, burgers pizza to pasta. 62 Brookline Ave, Boston 617‐536‐4840
- Game On! ($$) ‐ Located right across from Fenway, this restaurant offers artisan pizza, burgers and salads. 82 Lansdowne St, Boston 617‐351‐7001
- Thornton’s Fenway Grill ($$) ‐ Comfortable neighborhood bar & grill serving traditional American plates, plus beer & cocktails. 100 Peterborough St, Boston 617‐421‐0104
- Sweet Cheeks Q ($$) ‐ Just a short 5 minute walk from Fenway, Sweet Cheeks is known for their BBQ’s. BBQ trays, Southern sides & inspired cocktails served at family‐style tables in a welcoming space. 1381 Boylston St, Boston 617‐266‐1300
- Wahlburgers ($$) ‐ Restaurant owned by Chef Paul Wahlburg and his brothers Donny and Mark. Paul puts his own spin on his famous burgers and his Mom’s Sloppy Joes. Sandwiches, Salads and healthy choice menu items are available. 132 Brookline Ave, Boston 617‐927‐6810
Tips: Going to Fenway via Riverside Park
Most fans make their way to the Fenway via the MBTA, locally known as the “T”
- Riverside has 925 “open air” parking spots and it’s roughly $6 a car to park. The cost is twice as much for an RV. You pay for parking via mobile app PayByPhone and your location is #4372
- At the vending kiosk you will purchase a Charlie card. The fee to reach Fenway from Riverside is $2.75 per person but you should load it with enough to include your return trip (at least $5.50 total for a single traveler). The subway runs about every ten minutes
- Riverside is the last stop on the line so any train going to Boston will take you to Fenway You will get off at the Fenway stop and follow the signs (or the crowds). It’s about a 5 minute walk.
- When you want to return home, just retrace your steps and take the outbound train. It should take you 45 minutes from the time you leave Riverside Station, stop at Fenway and walk to the Park.