Plus, what you'd like to see at Faneuil Hall Marketplace
 
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🏈 Where to watch the big game
Cask'n Flagon sign in Boston
This sign probably looks familiar to fans of Boston sports (and beer). | Photo by BOStoday team
It’s always sports season in Boston and you’ll want to know how and where to catch all of the action. This might not have been a storied year for the Patriots but there are plenty of places around the city to catch the Super Bowl this Sunday.

Make plans to visit one of these 19 sports bars around Boston.

Downtown Boston

Scores, 166 Canal St.
Conveniently located right near North Station and the iconic TD Garden, catch all the action before or after attending a game or concert on one of the 33 large-screen TVs. Plus, score big with wing platters for the Big Game.

Fenway

Cask’ n Flagon, 62 Brookline Ave.
With 60 TVs, you can also listen to the game from inside the bar while you enjoy upscale bar snacks and fried treats, like the Oreo cookie pie or the barbecue tailgate platters.

Game On, 82 Lansdowne St.
This Fenway bar is hosting the ultimate Super Bowl watch party where you and your friends can come to watch two teams fight for the title on over 50 screens with drink specials and a giveaway.

West End

The Greatest Bar, 262 Friend St.
This spot near TD Garden is a hybrid sports bar and nightclub. The Superbowl Sunday Pregame Party will begin on Saturday, Feb. 10 at 8 p.m. with live music from DJ Mastermind and Chris Kaos.

Banners Kitchen & Tap, 80 Causeway St.
Watch the biggest game of the year on the biggest screen in New England with bottomless wings and prizes like Celtics and Bruins tickets.

Crowds gather in front of TD Garden

Join fellow sports fans in the West End neighborhood.

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South End/Seaport

Tony C’s Sports Bar & Grill, 250 Northern Ave.
Named after Red Sox great Tony Gonigliaro, this bar and grill overlooks Boston Harbor and with 40 televisions and a 32-ft long, 8-ft high video wall, you won’t miss a second of the game.
Pro tip: You can also find Tony C’s at Assembly Row in Somerville.

The Sporting Club, 450 Summer St.
Make your reservations for the Big Game Party with a pregame DJ, drink specials, and game day eats.

Click the link below for 12 more sports bars.
 
 
Events
 
Wednesday, Feb. 7
  • Frost Fit 2024: Wednesday Yoga Sculpt | Wednesday, Feb. 7 | 7-7:45 a.m. | Fiedler Field, Charles River Esplanade, Boston | Free | Bring your own mat to this outdoor yoga session.
  • Rescuing Science: Restoring Trust in an Age of Doubt | Wednesday, Feb. 7 | 7-8:30 p.m. | Museum of Science, 1 Science Park, Boston | Free | Listen to the award-winning science communicator and theoretical cosmologist discuss his new book release.
  • Jazz in Conversation with Poetry | Wednesday, Feb. 7 | Cambridge Public Library, 449 Broadway, Cambridge | Free | Registration is required for this poetry event with Tatiana Johnson-Boria and the Joel LaRue Smith Trio.
Thursday, Feb. 8
  • Revelry Food Truck Pop-Up | Thursday, Feb. 8 | 4 p.m. | Harpoon Brewery, 306 Northern Ave., Boston | Price of purchase | Let the good times roll at this food pop-up with Cajun favorites.
Friday, Feb. 9
  • Galentine’s Floral Workshop | Friday, Feb. 9 | 6:30 p.m. | View Boston, 800 Boylston St., Boston | $95 | This 90-minute workshop will be lead by experts at Market Floral StudioWine and a wine tasting with Villa Antinori.
Saturday, Feb. 10
  • Nautical Maker Series: Sailor’s Valentines | Saturday, Feb. 10 | 11 a.m.-3 p.m. | USS Constitution Museum, Charlestown Navy Yard, Charlestown | $5 | The museum will provide the materials to create a one-of-a-kind valentine in the style of this popular 19th century souvenir.
Sunday, Feb. 11
  • The Big Game at Mighty Squirrel | Sunday, Feb. 11 | 6-11 p.m. | Mighty Squirrel Brewing Co., 411 Waverley Oaks Rd., Waltham | Free to attend | Head to the taproom for local brews, pizza, and wings for the big game.
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News Notes
 
Civic
  • Applications are open for the 2024 season of Boston’s Outdoor Dining Program, scheduled to begin on May 1. This year’s rollout will include new features for participating restaurants like a fast track for renewals, accessible design templates, real-time application tracking, office hours, and site visits.
Development
  • Allston’s new co-living apartment block 525 LINC is now open. Rather than whole units, tenants can rent one of the 279 bedrooms at this new housing option. Located at 525 Lincoln St., this all-inclusive living space includes 10 studios, furniture rentals, and internet in the rent fee. (Boston.com)
Concert
  • Peace up, A-town down — Usher will bring the Past Present Future Tour to TD Garden on Aug. 27. Pre-sale tickets go on sale today at 10 a.m. and to the general public on Monday, Feb. 12 at 10 a.m.
Eat
  • This Friday, Feb. 9 is National Pizza Day. Snag a $10 medium Meat Lovers Pizza from Sal’s Pizza with the code PIZZADAY to celebrate. The family-owned pizza shop has been in operation since 1990.
Plan Ahead
  • Boston’s third annual Bowl Of ‘Zole will return on Saturday, Feb. 24 from 12 to 4 p.m. Tickets to the classic Mexican cuisine, mezcal, and tequila festival will support the South Boston Lithuanian Citizens’ Association + start at $65.
Ranked
  • No. 5. That’s where Boston ranked on Wallethub’s list of the Best Cities for Football Fans. The list examined 21 key metrics including the number of NFL and college football teams in our city, stadium capacity + fan engagement.
Finance
  • Get trusted financial advice with Money Pickle, the service that connects you directly with experienced financial advisors to help with your investment + retirement planning needs (all through a complimentary video meeting). Take control of your financial future in 2024 by scheduling a free consultation.*
 
The Buy
 
A Curry Up Broth Bomb, which will flavor five to eight portions of soup, beans, chili, or whatever you want to cook. Hello healthy, yummy dinner.
 
Answered
 
Which local brands would you like to see at Faneuil Hall Marketplace?
Quincy Market in downtown Boston on a sunny day.

The future of Faneuil Hall Marketplace is a vibrant hub with diverse tenants, programming, and customers.

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We asked you last week which local brands and stores you’d like to see at Faneuil Hall Marketplace now that the historic property has new ownership. Here are some of your answers:
  • “Boston Harbor Distillery” — Steve S., John S., Tom V., Carrie Anne K. + Rhonda K.
  • “Tatte” — Nicole L.
  • “Local chocolatiers” — Kristy A.
  • “Gifted (currently in the South End)” — Abby B.
  • “UBurger, Clear Flour Bakery, Anna’s Taqueria, an Irish Pub, Sal’s Pizza, Legal Seafoods, Mike’s Roast Beef” — Peggy L.
  • “Although not opposed to chain stores, I would like to see local artisan or start ups. Duxbury candle company or DRE Designs. Even if pop-up style.” — Ann O.
  • “Florist!” — @desireeiannello
  • “Trader Joe’s, Alo, and Orange Theory Fitness” — @johninboston_
  • “More local shops and restaurants. It’s become a high end shopping mall.” — @shawninboston
 
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The Wrap
 
Jess Burton in a blue shirt and gold necklace Today’s edition by:
Jessica
From the editor
I was today years old when I learned that the Bay State can add Tracy Chapman to our long list of Grammy winners.

Did you know that the “Fast Car” artist graduated from Tufts University in 1987? She then went on to win Best New Artist, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for “Fast Car,” and Best Contemporary Folk Album for “Tracy Chapman” at the 1989 Grammy Awards.
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