Things to do in Lansdowne Street
Probably the longest surviving bar on Lansdowne Street, Bill’s Bar has been around almost five decades. It is a fantastic place to visit, for a night of dance and drinking. Usually hosting a live band, Bill’s is a great place to meet friends and enjoy cheap drinks and great food. The music tends, to be a mix of top 40, house, and hip hop.
Lying beneath the bleachers in center field, a few feet from Ted Williams Red Seat, is the newest addition to Fenway. A unique bar, where the patrons are treated to not only great food and drink but an unprecedented baseball experience. With a window that looks directly through centerfield and into the park, it is the only view of its kind.
One of the oldest bars in the city, and beloved by many locals, Cask’n Flagon doubles as a bar and shrine to the Red Sox as well as a dance club. For those who would love to watch a Red Sox game but can’t score tickets. Cask’n Flagon is the best place to be. Great pub food and cheap drinks, with dozens of flat-screen TV’s that do not disappoint.
Cheap Beers? Local bands? Meeting friends for a Red Sox game? If any of those answers are YES than Copperfield’s Bar, is where you need to be. One of the cheapest bars in terms of drinks on game day and a great atmosphere to get you excited about the game.
House of Blues is a home for live music and southern-inspired cuisine in an environment celebrating the African American cultural contributions of blues music and folk art. The New House of Blues replaces Clubs Avalon, Axis, Rocket Bar, and the Embassy. Hosting many top talents from different genres, House of Blues is definitely a spot you don’t want to miss.
Have you ever wanted to go bowling, play pool, arcade games, video consoles on huge screens? Jillian’s and Lucky Strike Lanes are the places to be with over 70 000 square feet of fun spanning three floors. Jillian also hosts private party’s and has many private and semi-private rooms for your group’s enjoyment.
For centuries a major part of Irish culture and community has been the Public House. Every town in Ireland has its own pub, a meeting place in which members of the community can gather and relax, celebrate, and bond over a pint or a song. The atmosphere within the walls of Ireland’s pubs is what makes them so famous around the globe. A place where the community can come together to celebrate and relax. Enjoy amazing traditional Irish fare, a pint of cold beer, and the type of atmosphere that will keep you coming back for years to come. We bring to you, The Lansdowne.