Before sports bars, the only place to view eight games simultaneously was inside the brain of a spider. Achieve octovision with today's deal: for $25, you get $50 worth of comfort food and drinks at Ladder 133 Bar and Grill. Located in the former Douglas Avenue Fire Station, Ladder 133 merges a sports bar atmosphere with flashbacks to the past. The bar features details from the original fire station, including the antique reception area, a solid mahogany bar made in Chicago in 1888, and the ghosts of all the fires brutally extinguished by the firemen. Ladder 133's menu of American comfort fare, including chili, nachos, burgers, wings, and wood-fired pizzas, sates patrons' appetites with hearty flavors and frosty drinks.
Ladder 133 Sports Bar & Grill
Ladder 133 Sports Bar & Grill's roots in New England dig almost as deep as the Red Sox games broadcast on the sports bar’s 30 high-definition TVs. Built in 1902 as the Douglas Avenue Fire Station, the family-friendly grill pays homage to its rich history with antique furnishings and a menu headlined by never-frozen fresh fare and Firehouse wings that range from the routine Firefighter to the blazing Deputy Chief. The station’s original woodwork remains above the bar, and the turn-of-the-century firefighters’ dressers have been converted into service tables. The bar itself—a solid mahogany relic of the 1800s—hosts taps for more than 20 draft beers and converts into a hot sauce slip’n’slide after local teams’ victories.