Opened: September 30, 1995
Capacity: 17,565 seats
Mascot: Blades (Bear)
Team Chant: Let's Go
Draft Beer: $8.25
Hot Dog: $4.50
Arena Parking: $25.00
100 Legends Way
Boston, MA 02114
Top Tourist Attractions:
The Freedom Trail, Paul Revere House,
Old North Church
Cheers "Where Everbody Knows Your Name"
Clam Chowda, Fresh Lobster, Fresh Seafood
Boston Baked Beans
What They're Drinkin':
Sam Adams, Narragansett, Blueberry Ale
Pocket Map of Boston
Metro Rail Map (MBTA)
Arena Parking Map
Local Sports Media:
The Boston Globe
The Providence Journal
TD Garden Area (The Four's, Boston Beer Works, Sullivan's
Tap, Sports Grille Boston, McGann's Irish Pub, The
Faneuil Hall (Black Rose, The Tap, Red Hat)
Doyle's Cafe, Franklin Cafe, Oak Bar
Union Oyster House (oldest oyster bar in America)
"Where Everbody Knows Your Name"
No Name Restaurant (fresh seafood)
Durgin-Park (fantastic classic New England restaurant)
Warren Tavern (historic location serving local chow)
Where to Stay:
Definitely plan on staying in downtown Boston. You won’t want to miss the opportunity to lose yourself in history, dine on fresh seafood, or enjoy the fascinating nightlife offered downtown. The Radisson Hotel Boston or Nine Zero are both situated within walking distance of all that downtown Boston has to offer. The Liberty Hotel is also very nice; it's located on Beacon Hill.
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