409 Hooper Road
A Sox bar in a town full of Yankee fans....a little sanctuary for the Fenway
The Sports Page Restaurant and Bar
499 Monroe Ave.
Bills itself as the "Official Home for Red Sox Games." Even the walls of this
13-television bar are adorned with Red Sox flags.
Patriots Fan Club of Rochester
3800 Dewey Avenue
Established in 1993, this fan club meets for every Patriots game at a local pub
called What's on Second. Most of the members of the Patriots Fan Club are also
Red Sox fans, and they sometimes meet up for Red Sox games.
Baer's Den (AKA Frank's Friendly Tavern)
941 E. Apache Blvd.
One of Tempe's oldest sports bars (1962) and owned by 2 guys from Marblehead, MA
for the past 10 years. This small neighborhood bar is decked out in Sox and Pats
gear. They show Red Sox and Patriot games with sound, and the Sox/Yanks games
draw great fans.
Fat Face Fenner's Fish Shack
53 Pier Avenue
Seafood grill, chowder house and bar that features a genuine Boston "T" route
map at the top of the stairs.
Ocean Beach Grille
1956 Bacon St.
The walls at this very Boston friendly bar are decorated with Red Sox stuff. You
can watch all Red Sox games here while chowing down on a Fenway Frank or a
number of other Boston inspired dishes, including the Carl Yazstremski (hot
pastrami & swiss on a hoagie roll).
Red Sox Nation West,
San Diego Chapter
Meet other local Red Sox fans who are either visiting San Diego or have moved to
San Diego. These guys are proud to call the
Pacific Beach Bar & Grill
their home base.
100 Connecticut St. (at 17th St.)
This sports bar in the Potrero Hill neighborhood is home to local Sox fans and
covered in Red Sox memorabilia. The Connecticut Yankee has five TVs, a full bar
and a back patio for outdoor dining and drinking.
29 Third St.
Red Sox-friendly, low key dive bar with cheap draft beer. Located in the heart
of SoMa, two blocks from the Moscone Center.
2615 Wilshire Blvd.
This Irish pub is owned by Jim & Fran Conners, two diehard Boston fans. Any
Boston sporting event is carried on TV there, while Red Sox bus trips are
offered to see the Sox in Anaheim.
1800 East Evans Avenue
Located across the street from the University of Denver, they proudly feature
Red Sox games courtesy of Direct TV. The bar's owner is a Sox fan from
Chopper's Sports Grill
80 S. Madison St.
Located three blocks east of the Cherry Creek Mall and ranked the #7 sports bar
in the nation by ESPN's Cold Pizza. Chopper's is a neat neighborhood bar
run by a born and raised Bostonian (Len) and has a big Red Sox flag hanging near
the main bar.
1920 Blake Street
Located 100 yards from Coors Field in Denver's LoDo district. The bar's GM is a
born and raised Sox fan from Saco, Maine and invites Red Sox fans to enjoy drink
and food specials throughout the baseball season.
Coach's Sports Bar and
187 Allyn St.
Owned by UConn basketball Coach Jim Calhoun, a well known Massachusetts native
and lifelong Red Sox fan. A proud member of Red Sox Nation, Coach Calhoun
rejected the Yankees' invitation to throw out a first pitch in the Bronx after
Connecticut won the 2004 NCAA championship. He instead threw out the first pitch
before a Yankees-Red Sox game at Fenway Park. Located two blocks from the
Hartford Civic Center, Coach's features 38 TVs.
The Manor Inn Restaurant
1636 Meriden/Waterbury Turnpike (Rt. 322)
Owner John Riccardone welcomes all Sox fans to this Italian restaurant to watch
the team on NESN on 3 or 4 of the 5 TV's in the bar or dining area. The Manor
Inn is located 25 miles southwest of Hartford, right off I-84.
Boston's on the Beach & The Upperdeck
40 South Ocean Blvd.
The name should say it all, but if there's a Boston game on -- any team, any
season -- it can be seen here on many of the 40 TVs.
FoxBoro Sports Tavern
4420 Thomasson Drive
All of New England's sports teams are featured on the bar's 45 televisions,
while the restaurant specializes in seafood. Run by Joe Popoli, who is
originally from Leominster, MA.
The Lazy Gecko
203 Duval Street
Shows every game, and bills itself as the "Southernmost Red Sox bar."
New England Fan Club
A wicked cool website connecting Tampa Bay's Red Sox and Patriots fans. New
England transplants living in the area can find out where to meet, eat and cheer
on New England's finest on the Florida Gulf Coast.
Frankie's Sports Grill
5600 Roswell Road
The Red Sox
World Series Trophy
made a stop here in December, less than six weeks after the Sox won the
championship. Located just off I-285, Frankie's is overloaded with TVs and
memorabilia and they show every Sox game on the big TVs. Red Sox (and Patriots)
fans will feel at home here.
3019 North Broadway
An Irish tavern for sports fans (with a tropical-themed wood patio out back)
that shows Red Sox games on the TVs behind the bar with the volume tuned to NESN.
Nic and Dino's Tripoli Tavern
1147 W. Armitage Ave.
A low-key neighborhood tavern in Lincoln Park with a Red Sox flag outside and a
great Boston scene indoors.
Chicago Boston Red Sox Meet Up Group
45+ members that get together to cheer on the Red Sox at local bars in Chicago.
Felix & Oscar’s Pub
4050 Merle Hay Road (Haymarket Mall)
Famous for their Chicago Style pan pizza, the restaurant's GM is a huge Patriots
fan and Red Sox games are shown alongside the Midwestern MLB teams.
110 First St.
An Irish bar that has become "Hoboken's Home for Red Sox Fans," McSwiggans has
10 TVs and shows all Red Sox games on the big screen. They offer drink specials
throughout all Sox games, during which Red Sox trivia questions are asked with
winners getting a chance to claim Boston-themed prizes.
Uptown Sports Pub and Grill
6601 Uptown Blvd NE
Opened in 2005 and is the home to all Sox fans throughout the region.
4300 NW Cary Parkway
Owner and management cater to local Red Sox and Patriot groups. Every wall has
huge HD Plasma TV's and the food & service are great.
605 Greenville Blvd
BoSox fans unite for every game. This eating & drinking saloon his 30 TV
screens, including two 60-inch TVs and two plasma TVs, all major sports
subscriptions and great drink specials.
The Joyce Family Pub
907 Matunuck Beach Rd.
An Irish Pub & Grill located on the beach in the southern part of the state.
They proudly show every Red Sox game and have a picture in the center of the Pub
behind the bar that shows Ted Williams hitting home run # 521. Owner Vinnie
Joyce hasn't missed an Opening Day at Fenway since 1976, the same year his
family bought the Pub.
Picasso's Pizza & Pub
2323 Warwick Ave.
The place to watch all Red Sox games, with 24 TV's, including TV's in bathrooms
so you don't miss any of the action. Yankees Suck shirts and 23 ounce Yankees
Sucks beer glasses are on sale, complimenting the award-winning pizza. When you
come by, ask for Jenn, Linda, Julie or Robyn and they will take good care of
520 West 6th Street
They show all Sox games and Red Sox Nation-Austin meets weekly on Friday
evenings to watch the Sox play.
3100 Clarendon Blvd
Northern Virginia's home of monthly Red Sox Happy Hours, and the place where
Boston fans can sign up for the Red Sox Fan VIP Card. Benefits of the card
include a 10% food discount during all Red Sox games and front of the line
status for big games. All Sox games are shown, and the bar features over 70
TV's, 119" projection screens, plasma screens & HDTV.
J. Brian's Tap Room
200 Hanover Street
A small Irish bar in Old Town Fredericksburg that is owned by Sox fans who
proudly show all games.
Bailey's Smokehouse & Tavern
7502 W Broad Street
Where the Rivah City Red Sox Nation meet to celebrate!
The Flying Scotsman
233 Second Street, NW
The District's first Scottish themed restaurant and bar opened in December 2003
and features drink specials every day of the week. The Flying Scotsman is Boston
friendly, as Sox fans gather on the top floor (5 TVs, large screen, Yankees Suck
tee on the wall) to watch the Red Sox. The Scotsman also proudly shows all New
England Patriots games.
The Rhino Bar and
3295 M Street NW
This two level bar in Georgetown is an official Red Sox hangout.
Stuff magazine included the Rhino Bar in its list of the nation's 20 best
bars for its February 2004 issue.