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What to Eat at Fenway Park, Home of the Boston Red Sox

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Baseball season is upon us again, and with baseball season comes the ubiquitous Fenway Franks, overpriced beer, and nachos topped with electric-orange sludge. But fortunately there's more to eating in and around Fenway Park than those options. In honor of Opening Day for the 2014 season, here's a round-up of reliable dining options within the stadium, as well as recommendations for great meals waiting just beyond the Green Monster.

Inside Fenway Park

EMC Club: Serving brunch for day games and dinner for night games, the Club features appetizers and salads made with local ingredients and main plates including burgers, chops, steaks, a lobster roll and a selection of over 30 wines. There's also a business casual dress code for those who like to dress up for the ball game. [EMC Level]

Absolut Clubhouse: Located by the dugout, the Absolute Clubhouse serves appetizers like "nacho average nachos," salads, sandwiches, and most importantly, ice cream sundaes served in souvenir mini Red Sox helmets. [Dugout]

The Bleacher Bar: It's situated under the bleachers with a view of the field, but no ticket is required; enter on Lansdowne Street. It's one of the only local spots to get a Beef on Weck, a roast beef sandwich popular in Buffalo. In fact, the majority of the menu is sandwiches, both hot and cold, along with some typical comfort food snacks. [Lansdowne Street]


Where to Find Which Concessions

Fenway Franks: Concourse Level: Sections 9, 19 (Home Plate Marche), 32; EMC Level w/ Monster Seats: Sections 2, 6; Right Field Roof; Kosher dogs available at Gate E, Section 88; Gluten-free dogs available at Concourse Level, Section 20

Italian Sausages: Concourse Level: Sections 9, 19 (Home Plate Marche), 32; EMC Level w/ Monster Seats: Sections 2, 6; Right Field Roof

Lobster Rolls: Concourse Level: Section 19 (Home Plate Marche); Right Field Roof Deck

Clam Chowder: Concourse Level: Section 19 (Home Plate Marche)

Deli: Coca-Cola Concourse: Sections 6 and 23

Burgers: Concourse Level: Section 42; Monster Seats; Right Field Roof Deck

Ice Cream: Concourse Level: Sections 2, 7, 17, 19, 23, 29, 31, 39, 43; Right Field Roof Deck

Burritos: Concourse Level: Sections 39, 41, 42

Fried Dough: Concourse Level: Section 2; RF Pavilion


Yawkey Way

Fenway Fish Shack: Local seafood cooked to order.

Fenway World Fare: Mexican and Chinese food.

Summertime Grill: Fenway Franks, footlong hot dogs, Philly cheesesteaks, and sausages.

El Tiante: Try the Cuban sandwich.


Nearby

basho%20125%20fenway.jpgBasho: A "Japanese brasserie" with lots of sushi as well as a range of hot entrees, including Robata-grilled meats. A Basho sushi stand is under construction within Fenway Park, but the full restaurant is just a short walk away. [1338 Boylston Street]

2fenwctznimages.jpgCitizen Public House & Oyster Bar: Oysters, whole suckling pig (order in advance), whiskey and daily chalkboard specials like skillet smokey mussels or confit leg of lamb with toasted barley and porter glace. [1310 Boylston Street]

2fenwayestndrdimages.jpgEastern Standard: Raw bar, salads, pasta, daily main plate, offal and charcuterie specials as well as craft cocktails since a bit before craft cocktails were quite the rage they presently are. [528 Commonwealth Avenue]

icob-2013-03-29-at-10.25.35-AM.jpgIsland Creek Oyster Bar: The restaurant and bar outlet of Duxbury's famed Island Creek Oysters, with dishes like fried oyster sliders and lobster roe noodles plus cocktails to match. [500 Commonwealth Avenue]

meimei125-fenwayguide.jpgMei Mei: The new brick-and-mortar version of one of the most popular food trucks in town serves up creative Asian-inspired cuisine with plenty of twists. Try the signature Double Awesome, an eggy, cheesy scallion pancake sandwich. [506 Park Drive]

el%20pelon%20fenway%20125.jpgEl Pelon: Eat tacos, burritos, enchiladas, and more at this popular taqueria on Fenway's "Restaurant Row." [92 Peterborough Street]

2fenwayswqindex.jpgSweet Cheeks Q: Former Top Chef contestant Tiffani Faison's ode to barbecue, featuring the best biscuits in the world, according to Forbes Magazine. [1381 Boylston Street]

2fenwayswshbuimages.jpgSwish Shabu: So, so many things to dunk into a hot pot, from Kobe beef to cuttlefish balls to ostrich. Also, nigiri, maki, sashimi, scallion pancake and lobster tempura. [84-86 Peterborough Street]

tb2013-03-28-at-10.27.57-PM.jpgTasty Burger: The original hit that has since opened shop in Southie and Harvard Square, serving, well, lots of kinds of burgers. Also, chicken sandwiches and quarter-pound hot dogs, shakes, wine and beer, including over thirty cans. [1301 Boylston Street]

Mei Mei

Unit 52 Rochester Walk, , England SE1 9AF Visit Website

Sweet Cheeks

1381 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02215 617 266 1300 Visit Website

Swish Shabu

86 Peterborough Street, Boston, MA 02215 617 236 0255 Visit Website

Eastern Standard

528 Commonwealth Avenue, , MA 02215 (617) 532-9100 Visit Website

Tasty Burger (Fenway)

1301 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02215 617 425 4444 Visit Website

Basho Japanese Brasserie

1338 Boylston Street, , MA 02215 (617) 262-1338 Visit Website

Fenway Park

4 Yawkey Way, Boston, MA 02215

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