So you might not be able to party outside the Garden, park easily, or enter a bar after second period, but a few minor rules and restrictions shouldn’t sway you from thoroughly relishing tonight’s big game. Several area spots are offering special deals and menu items, so plan wisely and sop up that beer with some (black-and-yellow!) food.
Towne offers a special bar menu that they’ll keep if the team wins, with offerings like “Savard’s” chilled Wellfleet oysters and “Cam’s” cajun-dusted fries.
Strega Waterfront, with its huge wall of projection TVs, will serve black pasta and gold pasta. Black pasta is squid ink homemade pasta with gold truffle oil; gold pasta is golden fettucini and shaved black truffles. Elegant!
Roxy’s Grilled Cheese food truck is back from their Great Food Truck Race adventure and will reopen pre-game at 4:30 in Cleveland Circle.
Gargoyles on the Square offers a half-price bar menu tonight.
Brand-new 49 Social offers a black-and-gold Game 7 cocktail: Leblon, organic citrus liquor, Chambord, muddled limes, splash of simple syrup, served straight up in a martini glass and garnished with blackberries.
Poe’s Kitchen at the Rattlesnake has rooftop seating and a handsomely edible “Black Bean Puck” ( aspicy black bean jalapeno cake with roasted yellow bell pepper sauce).
Brasserie Jo is serving Stanley Cup Cakes, complete with black-and-yellow Bruins insignia and a lovely silver helmet.
Swanky members-only Townhouse at MET Back Bay will admit the hoi polloi and serve themed libations like the Black & Gold and the Killer B’s, plus sliders and oysters.
The Gallows will tune their TVs to the game, but Tweet that “just because you’re a Bruins fan, doesn’t mean you’ve gotta watch the game eating sports bar food.” So expect their regular menu!
You’ll enjoy a new food and drinks menu to go with the game at Grafton Street.
For a more sedate experience, Blu will show the game on their brand-new flat-screen.