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This venue is ranked #3 of 26 venues in Boston
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Eric, Reading Fri, 28 September 2018
Seats were comfortable and clean. Great crowd and Bruno Mars was amazing. Great sound.
Liked: Was clean and sound was excellent.
David and Jennifer, Attleboro
Had a blast!
Liked: My child's reaction!
Wow! My first game at the TD Garden and I was so excited to see my Bruins take on the Canadians! Buying tickets online, I was nervous as some pictures show you're closer than you actually are but the seats were exactly where I thought I was going to be. Seeing the game in person is an experience every hockey fan should do. Great game and great place.
Liked: Seeing my 1st game in Boston; going into overtime and shootout.
Disliked: We lost to Montreal.
Debra P, Webster
My first time here and it was an awesome experience; amazed at how well everything went - seeing in person rather than TV is a whole different experience. The people who work at the garden are very helpful and friendly.
Liked: Got to see the Bruins vs Toronto Maple Leafs and we won!
Disliked: Nothing negative to say.
Liked: Great location; subway/train connections right there.
Renae, South Burlington
Liked: Many choices for food and drinks.
Disliked: Restrooms not very clean and long lines all night for them.
Audrey McG, Waterbury
Disliked: Too large a place.
Not so long ago the West End wasn't somewhere you'd head for a night out. But many bars and restaurants have recently opened their doors in this now lively area.
A friendly kind of joint, Fours is the place to get in the mood for the game. It serves good food but make sure to leave enough time as the kitchen gets busy in the run up to a game.
This pub is stumbling distance from the arena and several TD Garden hotels. Enjoy the laid-back crowd who, in the later hours, take to the dance floor for live music.
Speciality brews range from the wheat beer 'Chico wit' with coriander to Pumpkin Works brought out for fall. The Canal Street venue complements its wide range of drinks with food too. Expect plates filled with flavorful options such as fresh haddock sandwich and roasted beet salad.
Granted, it's the cheesy tourist thing to do. But these tours are invariably good fun whatever your age. Board the amphibious landing vehicle for a narrated cruise around many of Boston's historic sights. An 80 minute tour will cost adults $35.99.
The Freedom Trail
Alternatively, you could get better acquainted with the city on foot. Book a group walking tour or go it alone - you can buy an info brochure at the visitor center. The trail is around 2.5 miles long.
Tour of Fenway Park
The Red Sox Legends, Williams, Yaz, Fisk, Rice? See the home of these stars and one of America's best-loved baseball parks. A one-hour walking tour will teach you about Pesky's Pole and maybe see you sitting atop the 37-feet tall Green Monster.
Finch in the Boxer Hotel
A fine choice for a pre-game dinner (it closes around 10pm). Simple, well-cooked dishes including lots of New England favorites are eaten along farmhouse-style tables in the cozy setting.
Scampo at Beacon Hill's Liberty Hotel.
Although still close to TD Garden, Scampo is a more refined choice away from the crowds. The Italian menu includes hand-made pasta, not to mention a whole bar devoted to mozzerella. Maybe that's what draws the odd celeb to this upmarket eatery.
Tip Tap Room
Walk through the garage-style doors to find a late night restaurant and bar. Foodies love this place for the range of wild game that includes antelope meatloaf and bison short rib. To top it off, there is a handsome beer list of 36 drafts.
Take the commuter rail directly into North Station. You can then enter the TD Garden at the East or West entrance. For more info and maps, see the MBTA website.
There are three private restaurants: Banners Harbor View, Legends, and the Premium Club Bistro. For something more casual, check out the the mix of concession stands. These include Well Stacked Burgers, Lucky's Chicken and Frank House (on level four), plus Shots Sports Bar and Sweet Pot (on level seven's balcony). Need something to wash your food down with? The Craft Beer Garden (level seven) has taps including Magic Hat, Original Sin and Wachusett.
Yes, it's free. You can also download a mobile app for event updates.
Located directly underneath the venue, North Station Garage charges an event rate of $45 if you enter 2.5 hours before the scheduled event time.
Usually it's one hour beforehand, unless you're told otherwise.
Sorry folks, no food or drink from home can be brought into the arena. While watching the match or concert, strollers should be collapsed and tucked under seats.