365 Things to Do in Boston - New Tips Daily

World Cup Viewing Party in City Hall Plaza

Posted by Hillary Waldron on Thu, Jun 26, 2014

world cupThe USA vs Germany World Cup game will be held on Thursday and Boston is ready for it! Due to the overwhelming interest for that Bostonians have for the World Cup, Major Marty Walsh has decided to host his own Boston World Cup watch party in City Hall Plaza!

The party starts at 11:30am on Thursday, June 26th, with the game starting at 12pm. Visitors are recommended to get their early due to the popularity of this particular game. 

Regardless of who you're rooting for, bring your team spirit and friends and join Boston at City Hall in Government Center for the big game on the big screen!

Please click here for more information on this event. 

Charlesgate Realty Group Boston First Time Home Buyer Class

 

Tags: government center, city hall, world cup, marty walsh

Where Should You Watch the World Cup?

Posted by Hillary Waldron on Fri, Jun 20, 2014

soccerThe World Cup is in full swing and there are some awesome bars in the area that have some dedicated fans. Here are the top bars in the area to watch, enjoy and experience the World Cup Games. 

The Banshee, Dorchester
"The Banshee Pub is the number one bar and restaurant to watch domestic and European sports in the greater Boston area. If your game is being broadcast in North America then you can rest assured that the Banshee will be showing it on one of its 10 flat screen televisions that span two floors of entertainment." It was even rated by Buzzfeed as one of the best bars to watch the World Cup. 

Cask 'N Flagon/Game On, Fenway
Cask N' Flagon & Game On are great bars to watch any game. They both provide ample space with tons of tvs for all types of sports fans. You don't need to go to Fenway during a Red Sox game to enjoy a game in Kenmore Square. 

"Cask 'N Flagon will also be serving a special Caipirinha cocktail with Boca Loca cachaça, mashed limes and sugar. The drink will be available through July 13."

Porter Belly's/Green Briar, Brighton
Porter Belly's & Green Briar are small Brighton bars but they are great places to have a pint and watch the game if you're in the area.  If you'd prefer to go to a larger establishment, have no fear, Brighton Beer Works is right around the corner.  

Want some more options? Check out a list of suggestions from Bostinno here

Click here for the full schedule for the 2014 World Cup matches. 

Charlesgate Realty Group Boston First Time Home Buyer Class

Tags: bars, dorchester, world cup, Kenmore, Boston, Fenway, soccer, football, Brighton