Good choice on the Atlantic Fish. I have been there a few times when on that side of the city, I like it better than Legal or Turners wich are both very good also. Thought of another spot you might try also in So. Boston on W. Broadway, Amrheins. Very close to where you are staying and T access down the street. This is an old Boston institution that recently has been renorvated and a new menu. I personally haven’t been there since the change, I get mixed reports but mostly good, I just can’t walk beyond the Quiet Man with out stopping. Try http://www.amrheinsboston.com Also just across the street a great breakfast diner, Mul’s, a must stop when I’m in the area. Chow Jim
Saps, Thats in the So. End of Boston on the Roxbury line, not too many choices in that area. Although the South End has many upscale yuppie type spots, sorry very few sports bars left. My suggestion is right across the expressway is So. Boston, now your talking sports bars. My favorite place is The Quiet Man corner of Broadway and Dorchester Ave, great food very resonable and sure to have all the games on and a great neiborhood croud also. Driving distance is about 5 min from where you are, easy to get to. As I think of others I’ll post later today or tommorow. Chow Jim
Headed to New England for business from the 17th to the 20th. I am staying on 811 Mass Ave by the Boston Medical Center in Boston Crosstown center. I’m planning on having dinner at Atlantic Fish Company, but was looking for a bar where i could get some seafood and catch the Bears and Patriots football games in the afternoon.
I’m not looking for a commercialized sports bar, just a local place. I’ll only be in Boston for one night
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