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Meal Plan: 10 Cheap Eats in The Fenway Under $10

School is expensive. Eating out doesn’t have to be. The Fenway is home to plenty of restaurants offering daily specials for students on a shoestring budget. So grab that fist-full of leftover bookstore dollars and check out one of our 10 recommendations below for when that pallet of ramen just isn’t going to cut it.

Take It Outside Part III: Outdoor Dining in The Fenway

All summer long, TheFenway.com will be featuring our favorite outdoor dining options from around the neighborhood. From patios and beer gardens to curbside corners like those of Europe, let us be your guide to your best bets in Al Fresco dining. In Part I, we enjoyed the neighborhood’s best outdoor burgers and BBQ, followed by oysters and next-level Thai in Part II. Now, let's hit Beacon Street for authentic Spanish tapas and a trip to Brookline’s new Irish gastropub.

Post-Game Report: Three Places to Drink and Dine After the Sox

If the game ends and you haven’t had your fill of The Fenway, head over to one of these three heavy-hitters on Boylston to share in the joy of victory or agony of defeat with fellow Sox fans. Not to mention one last chance for food and drink before heading home.

Sustainable Salads: 4 Benefits of Local Sourcing with Sweetgreen

Sweetgreen believes in keeping it real. They believe what we eat, where it comes from, and how it is prepared has a direct impact on the health of eaters and the environment alike. By crafting a community around the idea that real food matters, sweetgreen is adding a new layer of consciousness to mealtimes all over Boston and beyond. Oh, and they just opened a sleek new location in The Fenway.

Take It Outside Part II: Outdoor Dining in The Fenway

All summer long, we will be featuring our favorite outdoor dining options from around the neighborhood. From patios and beer gardens to new poolside options, let us be your guide to Boston’s best outdoor bars and restaurants.

No Ticket? No Problem: The Best Spots to Watch the Sox!

Check out some of our favorite spots to take in an inning (or nine) for those of us without tickets. We know that The Fenway is awesome to get some work done or break a sweat, but let's not forget that this is a baseball town.

Pre-Game Strategies: Three Places to Drink and Dine Before the First Pitch

Here are three places you can't miss for a drink and dining before the first pitch.

Take It Outside: Outdoor Dining in The Fenway

You don't want to miss this! We are featuring our favorite outdoor dining options from around the neighborhood.

Summertime Suds: Your Quintessential Guide to Craft Beer in the Sun

A cold beer on a summer day is like bacon and eggs. You can certainly have one without the other, but most of us can agree that each is better served by the presence of their counterpart. It’s sort of a yin and yang situation.

Ask a Bartender: Bleacher Bar’s Josh Millman

Don’t expect to find a drink named for the Green Monster at Bleacher Bar. Cute winks and nods to the Red Sox just aren’t necessary when your pub is located directly beneath the center field stands of Fenway Park. Rather, bartender Josh Millman recommends enjoying the live field-level view with the classics: a Miller High Life and a shot of Jägermeister. Now with baseball season well under way, we touched base with Millman to talk drinks and get a sense of what it’s like to work at the bar with the world’s most unique view.

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All Dinings

Basho Japanese Brasserie

Beer Works Brewery & Grill

Blackjack Pasta Bar

Citizen Public House & Oyster Bar

College Pizza

Eastern Standard

El Pelon Taqueria

Fenway Café

Hidyan Café

Island Creek Oyster Bar

Longhorn Steakhouse

Longwood Grille & Bar

Maluken

Neighborhoods Café

Regina Pizzeria

Rod-Dee Thai Cuisine

Sweet Cheeks BBQ

Symphony Sushi

Tasty Burger

Thorton's Fenway Grill

Trattoria Toscana

Uno's Chicago Bar & Grill

Yard House

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