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Six Reader-Approved Spots to Watch the Red Sox

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A little while ago, we asked readers to send in their favorite places in Maine to watch the Boston Red Sox. With the Sox in the midst of their first series of the season against the rival New York Yankees, we figured this would be a good time to map out the recommendations. There weren't a ton of them, but the ones that came in are solid options for baseball viewing all spring and summer long. Feel free to add other baseball bar options in the comments below.


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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Shipyard Brew Pub

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A reader recommends this pub near the NH border for its 12 taps and plethora of TVs. Plenty of food options, too, from "beer wings" to burgers to stuffed haddock.

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Says a reader, "The food is always fresh and fantastic, the staff is welcoming and nice and the beer selection is great for a sports bar! They also have copious amounts of TVs on both floors! The best way to watch is with a cold brew and their sweet chili sauce covering your hands!" (The sauce coming from the wings, we presume.)

Binga's Stadium

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Binga's has TVs everywhere, space for groups of just about any size, a large draft selection and wing sauce options ranging from mild to "Chernobyl."

King Eider's Pub and Restaurant

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Here, they've been known to celebrate Truck Day (the day the Red Sox pack up and head down to spring training) and Opening Day with free hotdogs and peanuts. They also have occasional ticket giveaways, along with good food and an authentic pub atmosphere.

Trackside Station

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This spot in the old Rockland train station offers a 150-inch screen and surround sound for Sox viewing. The menu features pizzas, burgers and wings, as well as more refined entrees like seared scallops and a bistro steak.

Rollie's Bar and Grill

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With five 52" plasma screens, this is a fine place to watch the Sox on the Midcoast. Daily food and drink specials and 20+ draft beers don't hurt, either.

Shipyard Brew Pub

A reader recommends this pub near the NH border for its 12 taps and plethora of TVs. Plenty of food options, too, from "beer wings" to burgers to stuffed haddock.

Rivalries

Says a reader, "The food is always fresh and fantastic, the staff is welcoming and nice and the beer selection is great for a sports bar! They also have copious amounts of TVs on both floors! The best way to watch is with a cold brew and their sweet chili sauce covering your hands!" (The sauce coming from the wings, we presume.)

Binga's Stadium

Binga's has TVs everywhere, space for groups of just about any size, a large draft selection and wing sauce options ranging from mild to "Chernobyl."

King Eider's Pub and Restaurant

Here, they've been known to celebrate Truck Day (the day the Red Sox pack up and head down to spring training) and Opening Day with free hotdogs and peanuts. They also have occasional ticket giveaways, along with good food and an authentic pub atmosphere.

Trackside Station

This spot in the old Rockland train station offers a 150-inch screen and surround sound for Sox viewing. The menu features pizzas, burgers and wings, as well as more refined entrees like seared scallops and a bistro steak.

Rollie's Bar and Grill

With five 52" plasma screens, this is a fine place to watch the Sox on the Midcoast. Daily food and drink specials and 20+ draft beers don't hurt, either.