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5 Classic Boston Sports Bars

It's no secret that there are few sports fans that are as avid and loyal as Boston sports fans.

Each Boston neighborhood has its own spots, so it's hard to name every amazing sports bar in Beantown!

Here are five Boston sports bars that are tried-and-true places to grab a few beers and cheer on the Celtics, the Red Sox, and the New England Patriots:

The All-Star Line Up

Cask 'n Flagon, 62 Brookline Avenue (also located in Marshfield)

Claim to Fame: The Fenway staple has been serving Boston sports fans since 1969

The Fours Restaurant and Sports Bar, 166 Canal Street (also located in Norwell and Quincy)

Claim to Fame: Recognized as #1 Sports Bar in America by Sports Illustrated—a claim that no other local sports bar refutes

The Bleacher Bar, 82A Lansdowne Street 

Claimt to Fame: With a centerfield view of Fenway Park, it's hard to think of a better place for Red Sox fans to enjoy the ball game. The space was previously used as the visiting team’s batting cage, as well as field storage.

The Harp, 85 Causeway Street

Claim to Fame: In addition to being a favorite sports bar and restaurant steps away from TD Garden, The Harp hosts a variety of nightlife entertainment that is perfect for post-game celebrations

Parlor Sports Bar, 3 Beacon Street, Somerville

Claim to Fame: Named 2017 Best Sports Bar by Boston Magazine and known for having a well-curated beer and cocktail list 

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