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What to Eat at TD Garden, Home of the Celtics and Bruins

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2012_4_stadiumlogo.jpgStadium food is not synonymous with fine dining, and yet there's more to it than watery beer. In recent years dining options at TD Garden have only improved, with something for everyone, from full fledged upscale restaurants to knishes and sushi. Here's a guide to what to eat in and around TD Garden and where to find it.

TD Garden's Standouts

Banner’s Harbor View: An a la carte menu of contemporary American cuisine with an emphasis on seafood and steaks and plenty of wine. [Level 6, East End]

The Premium Club Bistro. A casual eatery including different food stations devoted to pizza, deli and more. [Level 5, East End]

Paulaner Beer Garden: A full bar in the style of a Bavarian Bier Garten with twelve taps of Paulaner and additional options in bottles. Also, pretzels. [North Station]

Levels Four and Seven

The Links Grill: Various link-shaped meat selections, including hot dogs, Italian sausage and chorizo. Level 4, Section 5; Level 7, Sections 310, 322, 330.

The Frank House: Featuring Nathan's hot dogs, au natural or fully loaded, plus nachos. Level 4, Sections 3, 10, 14, 21; Level 7 Sections 302, 305, 308, 315, 317, 324, 327.

Kosher Cafe: Kosher hot dog, knishes and more. Level 7, Section 304.

Nearby

eqxPicture-1.jpgEqual Exchange Cafe: Fair trade coffee, pastry, and light lunch fare plus the occasional cupping. [226 Causeway Street]

2fltironimages.jpgFlat Iron Tapas Bar and Lounge: Soup, salads, Spanish small plates and cocktails including cucumber martinis and mojitos. [107 Merrimac Street]

332barpic.jpgPorters Bar and Grill: Fried Calamari, Belgian fries, burgers, pizza and sandwiches including pulled pork and the Cubano. [173 Portland Street]

2bbwtdimages.jpgBoston Beer Works: Stadium-inspired dishes like peanuts and popcorn shrimp plus fried chicken sliders, lobster casserole, burgers, salad, meatloaf and house brews. [110 Canal Street]

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