AskMen 4/21/11Located under the Fenway bleachers, the big, open window, (covered with a grate) looks directly out on to the grass, where you can hear the noise of the crowd & enjoy the game.
82 Lansdowne St
Boston, MA 02228
Sports Bar, Bar, Restaurant
Hip Hop, Rock, Top 40, Classic Rock, Alternative, Rap, Pop
Despite being an old and historic ballpark, the latest addition to Fenway Park has been Bleacher Bar, located underneath the center field wall under the bleachers. Open to the public, Bleacher Bar provides patrons with an unbelievable experience that you would never find at any other ballpark. With an amazing view of the field, Bleacher Bar is a Red Sox fan’s ticket to the game. During game days, Bleacher Bar is obviously full of Red Sox fans, but during non-game days, the bar continues to be popular with Bostonians for its impeccable food, delicious drinks, and perfect location.
Eats & Drinks
For a bar, Bleach Bar has a fantastic menu of bar bites, which diners raved about. Bleacher Bar serves classic American food, and their signature sandwiches are to die for. The Dersh imports pastrami all the way from Manhattan Deli-Arts, ensuring that patrons get the best quality deli meat. It’s this attention to detail and quality that pleases patrons of Bleacher Bar. Even though located in Fenway Park, where prices for food and drinks are known to be steep, Bleacher Bar offers 20 dollar buckets of ice cold ponies, a deal that’s hard to find in Fenway.
In keeping with the old tradition of Fenway Park, Bleacher Bar has taken careful steps to recreate a historic atmosphere. A luxurious wooden bar, lustrous metal details, and collages of Red Sox relics make Bleacher Bar a premier bar for watching the Red Sox. Hanging lights provide ample lightning for this literal hole-in-the-wall bar. Grab a beer and root, root, root for your home team at Bleacher Bar, where history surrounds you.
BostonTweet 2/7/10Get 30% off food at the Bleacher Bar with your House of Blues ticket stub from that night.
SocialBostonSports 11/15/10You're under the bleachers of Fenway Park - best spot to catch the Sox game period. The food and staff are excellent too! What more can you ask for?
Danielle F.11/20/10The window in the guys bathroom allows them to looks over the bar while they take care of business. SO funny
Joseph B.8/12/09The tables right next to the window are ironically the hardest to see the field from because of the shading film on the windows. Try the bar behind these seats for a better view.