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Spring at TD Garden

Spring at TD Garden

Spring is around the corner and the BoSox are down in Fort Myers getting ready for a new and potentially exciting season. We have all your Red Sox and Fenway wants covered here. But I’m not quite ready to make the shift to America’s pastime just yet. What I’m excited about are the teams that will hopefully play well into the Spring at the TD Garden. As I write this the Celtics are the second best team in the east, poised for a deep run in the playoffs. And their Garden roommates the Bruins are red hot after making a coaching change mid-season. So whether you are a green teamer looking forward to another 4th quarter performance from IT, or a B’s loyalist ready for the return of the Big Bad Bruins, we have you covered on your night in the West End.
Getting there: Take the T. From The Lenox take the green line inbound to North station (which is right underneath the garden) for the most direct route. Or if you are worried about the crowds, walk an extra block to the orange line at the Back Bay station and get off at Haymarket.


Check out West End Johnnies for some pre game nosh. If you get there early enough you should be able to get a seat at the bar upstairs. Check out the delicious menu here. Once you’ve had your fill grab a quick beer at the Harp (sister bar to our own Solas) right across the street from the garden.


Well hopefully you witnessed a win and you have nothing scheduled too early the next morning. Here are my favorite post game spots to keep the festivities rolling.

  • Sullys Tap. An institution. Grab a Macro brew and play some pop a shot –
  • Porters – Named after the street it’s on, this place is an underrated bar in the west end. Grab the Jalapeño burger and the Fried Pickles if you didn’t get your fill earlier.  –
  • McGanns – great Irish pub near Porters. Awesome beer list and post game vibes. –

After all that grab an uber back to The Lenox and rest easy. We have breakfast covered!

PS. If your tickets are up in to upper bowl keep you eyes out as a few of the concession stands have Molson Canadian on draft. A personal favorite! Enjoy.

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