Jen P.4/17/10Avoid the long lines at the other bars and grab a pitcher of beer here before a Red Sox game.
98 Brookline Ave
Boston, MA 02215
Afterwork / Happy Hour,Bar,Dance Club,Gay / Lesbian,Live Music
80's, Classic Rock,Hip Hop,Rock, Po, Top 40
Tucked away between Fenway Park and Brookline Avenue is Copperfield’s, a place where you can meet and pre-game before a Red Sox game without breaking the bank. This place is the best kept secret in Boston. Being here means that you won’t stand elbow to elbow, squirming to find a place to watch the game, or being ignored by the female hungry bartenders. This is not like every other Fenway beer stand where you spend $8 a beer, but a place to relax before a game.
Eats & Drinks
Copperfield’s provides the die-hard Red Sox nation with a plethora of beers both draught and bottled, as well as the popular mixed drinks and martinis. With deals on PBR, Bud Light, and Miller Lite you can always find an inexpensive alternative to buying expensive Fenway priced beer. Unfortunately, they do not serve food, but when it is the bottom of the 9th during game 7 against the Yankees why would you want your chili cheese fries getting in the way of you screaming at Jeter to make an error.
Copperfield’s is not the swanky, trendy, and expensive bars most young professionals are used to going to. This is a place where flip-flops are acceptable, where black-and-white photos of Red Sox legends hang on the wall, and where fans who couldn’t scalp their tickets hang out. The lure of good atmosphere, 100% Red Sox, and other Red Sox fans is what makes this place so popular.
Tim C.10/22/11Had a Sam October draught and it tasted like butter! Dirty keg or tap but it was unfinishable. But good spot to feel out of the way in a crowded area
Jay S.6/11/11Nice venue but how does a Boston bar just feet from Fenway only have Guinness Draught in the bottle. Not cool!
Megs 3/12/11The food is not that good but love the pool tables
Ad@m H.8/5/10BBQ is really good here