With only a few weeks left in the MLB regular season, it’s down to the wire for each team to play its best and secure a spot in the postseason. Thankfully, the Red Sox are almost certain to make it to the postseason, and we’re counting on them to do just that!
Watch The Red Sox in Boston – Here Are Our Tips
Aside from the pure joy of having our home team win as often as possible, we enjoy the Red Sox successes because it brings a plethora of fun to be had around the city. When there are playoffs games in Boston, the entire city comes even more alive than usual, and the excitement is palpable. For those of you hoping to pop into Boston for a few playoffs games, we’ve got a quick list of ways you can make the most out of your experience.
Stay in The Heart of the Action
Anyone staying in the heart of Boston during the playoffs will be perfectly situated to hop around town enjoying the various festivities and events. By the heart of Boston, we mean within a 1.5-mile radius of Fenway Park. Located in the western portion of the Back Bay, Fenway Park is ideally situated near many of Boston’s main icons and attractions. A great hotel option is Copley Square Hotel, which is located in the heart of the Back Bay. You’ll easily be able to use Copley Square as your weekend headquarters, walking, Ubering, or public transiting your way to and from Fenway Park.
Spend Time on Jersey Street (Formerly Yawkey Way)
Known as Fenway Park’s “front door,” Jersey Street is the epicenter of all pre-game festivities. Running along the west side of the ballpark the street is lined with merchandise shops, dining establishments, and bars. This is where you can load up on official Red Sox merchandise. On actual game days, you are likely to find live music, kids attractions, and stilt walkers.
Dine and Drink at the Cask n’Flagon
One of the longtime iconic pre-game watering holes, Cask n’Flagon has an enthusiastic clientele all gathered for the same purpose, baseball fandom. It’s practically a right of passage to have a meal and a drink here before a game! Though we adore the Cask n’Flagon, there are a variety of other great dining establishments in, and around, Fenway Park, simply walking around the perimeter of the park will give you a taste of the options!
Get Acquainted With the History of Fenway Park
Being among the oldest baseball parks in the country, Fenway Park is abundant in history, both happy and frustrating. Most likely you’ve heard of the curse of the Bambino, right? With so much to know, we recommend taking a tour of Fenway before the game so that you can savor the experience to the fullest! Check out a variety of tour options right here.
Make the absolute most out of your Red Sox playoffs experience! Boston is a city obsessed with its team, and when the Red Sox are in the playoffs, it’s a remarkable time to be in the city! Make your home base at Copley Square Hotel, where you’ll be near all the action while also being able to rest comfortably between adventures.