The Residence Inn Boston Back Bay/Fenway is surrounded by some of the greatest dining choices in the Fenway area. From gourmet burgers to hip Japanese tavern-style fare, our neighborhood is home to trendy eateries with a flare for unique cuisine. Step outside our Fenway hotel and experience Boston favorites, including Tasty Burger, Yard House, Hojoko and many more that are just minutes away. When you’re here, you never have to travel far for a great meal.
Feel like staying in? Bar Louie is located next door and features a selection of American food, including small plates, burgers and sandwiches. Locally known and respected as an eclectic urban gathering place with warm surroundings, Bar Louie is a convenient dining choice for our guests.
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Located next door to the Residence Inn Boston Back Bay/Fenway, Bar Louie is the perfect gathering place, with its lively, social atmosphere. Choose from an array of tasty burgers, salads, sandwiches and appetizers, made fresh daily. Don't forget to pair up your meal with one of their hand crafted cocktails for a truly delicious dining experience.
Hojoko is a fun, high-energy, Japanese tavern that serves Asian fusion cuisine, Japanese and Sushi. Hojoko is a casual, 100-seat, musically-themed restaurant that is boldly decorated with contrasting, bright patterns and dark woods, and Japanese pop culture adorns the walls. Relax and enjoy an extensive sake list or try a Japanese-influenced cocktail, a Japanese or local craft beer, or wine.
Yard House is an upscale-casual eatery known for great food, classic rock music and 100-250 taps of imported, craft and specialty ales & lagers. They have 4,000 gallons of both popular and unique beer flowing through the keg room to over 100 taps, as well as an ever-changing chalkboard of the latest and greatest brews from around the corner and around the world.
Saloniki is an authentic, fast-casual Greek sandwich shop near Fenway. At Saloniki, they take the ingredients at the heart of gyro culture—like garlic, oregano, olive oil and lemon—and roll them up into their own version of this classic sandwich.
Located near Fenway Park, right by Citizens Public House, Wahlburgers offers an outdoor patio, full-serve and self-serve dining, takeout, and a full bar. The menu features items reminiscent of the Wahlberg brothers’ childhood, including the Double Decker and Triple Decker burgers, and let’s not forget the O.F.D. (Originally from Dorchester) burger.
In the heart of Kenmore Square, this brasserie-style restaurant boasts everything from cheese and charcuterie to seared salmon and burgers. The bar area is classy and casual, showcasing the city's longest marble bar and is nationally-recognized for their award-winning cocktail program. It is also a Sunday brunch hot spot, especially on game days.
The Citizen Pub is a modern neighborhood tavern located behind Fenway Park. Chef Brian Reyelt’s menu is a fresh twist on Tavern Cuisine. The bar features craft cocktails, world-class wines, a selection of over 200 whiskeys, including between 5 and 8 hand selected single barrels.
A casual Southern BBQ restaurant with communal tables made from recycled bowling alley lanes, Sweet Cheeks serves up tender, flavorful ribs, pulled pork, brisket and all the comfort foods of the South. It’s a great place to enjoy a taste of the South before or after a game at Fenway Park.
Opened in 1969, Cask n’ Flagon is one of the best-known sports bars in Boston. Many have said that the Cask 'n Flagon is as synonymous to Fenway Park as the infamous Green Monster and the Citgo sign. Its walls are filled with black and white photographs of old time baseball greats, such as Bobby Doerr (#1), Joe Cronin (#4), Carl Yastrzemski (#8), Ted Williams (#9), Carlton Fisk (#27) and many others.
Try one of the many Tasty Burger’s “burger of the day”, like the “1969 Housewife’s Burger”, which accessorizes the beef with French onion dip and crispy fried onions and you’ll be hooked. There are multiple locations, one in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood, South Boston, and Harvard Square.
For the best seafood in Boston, head over to Island Creek Oyster Bar. Serving up gourmet fish creations and offering the best oyster selection in the area, this seafood restaurant will surely satisfy your appetite. Located in the hip restaurant scene of our Fenway neighborhood, Island Creek Oyster Bar is a must for any seafood lover.
Basho serves the freshest and finest sushi and is the first modern, Japanese brasserie in Boston. Their sushi is flown in daily from around the world and they use only the best ingredients to prepare everything from the Miso Black Cod to the delicious signature sushi rolls. Choose from a wide variety of soups, appetizers, noodle dishes, and entrees, as well as traditional Korean cuisine, as you sit back and enjoy a fun and energetic dining atmosphere.
Looking for a healthy dining option? Sweetgreen is the perfect choice. They provide delicious food that is made with fresh, organic ingredients, sourced from local farmers. Their goal is to not only provide healthy cuisine, but to also support the surrounding communities. Stop in for a meal of tasty grains, succulent greens or vegan choices. Sweetgreen is a sweet choice for a healthy lifestyle.