"The Red Sox had a chance over the winter ... to sweep out the problem children, and jettison the “I Like Beer” backup singers to parts unknown," one reporter laments.
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Might be best to pony up and eat inside the park.
Don't be afraid to venture to the Fenway on game nights.
Fenway tries to break a grape juice world record.
It's almost baseball season.
The stand fails to take root in an otherwise food-fertile neighborhood.
This won't be just another sports bar.
The city spars with Remy's over rooftop expansion.
Plus: conservatives attack Campbell's, Coca-Cola gets sued and more in our morning news roundup.
Don't call it a Fake Shack.
The California-based chain is opening a massive new location on Brookline Ave.
Plus: a new drink at L'Espalier, and watch Hell's Kitchen with a contestant, all in our weekly roundup of neighborhood news.
Clean design meets complicated sushi at the new Fenway spot.
The new concept from the Espresso Royale/Bagel Rising team debuts tomorrow.
Is the Fenway Civic Association being a bit disingenuous in its opposition?
The new spot from the folks behind Duozo leans toward izakaya fare.
The Duxbury oyster company will open a restaurant in the former home of Great Bay.
Advisory: the menu includes macaroni and cheese wrapped in bacon.