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Sweet Caroline (bah, bah, bah)

Posted by Rachel Kossman  February 21, 2012 08:00 AM

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Fenway bars may not be full of raucous Red Sox fans right now, but Boylston and Landsdowne Streets are still chock full of great bars to spend a night out at. Friends and I grabbed a few beers at Bleacher Bar on Friday night, and though it was slight depressing to see the garage down over the view of the park, there were plenty of people at the bar and tables. Plus, none of us had to elbow anyone to get our beers and we could actually carry on a conversation without screaming, which is always a good thing.

If you're headed to the Fenway area this Saturday night, be sure to check out the newest Fenway bar and restaurant, Sweet Caroline's. They'll will be hosting their grand opening party, starting at 9 PM. With complimentary appetizers, 11 HD flat screens, plus three 100-inch projectors (possibly to catch the end of the Bruins/Senators game?), what could be a better place to pre-game?

The 4,000 square foot bar is built with reclaimed farm wood (very cool!) and boasts its own twist on the Green Monster -- an interior wall covered in leafy vegetation. Not quite the same, but we'll give 'em an A for effort.

If you can't make it on Saturday, the bar hosts Tuesday night trivia weekly with Geeks Who Drink -- tonight's winning team gets 4 Wachusett Mountain passes, a pretty sweet prize. They've also got "Flight Night" on Wednesdays, a chance to check out a variety of beer flights at the bar, which change regularly throughout the month.

Check out pictures of the new restaurant below:
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Images courtesy of Sweet Caroline's

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Rachel Kossman is a California girl and New England transplant who graduated from Northeastern University in 2011. She has a penchant for discovering new restaurants and bars, devouring Mexican food, More »

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