When it was time to upgrade the Boston Garden, the decision was to build the TD Garden. Accessible by the MBTA’s North Station, the TD Garden opened in 1995 as a sports arena in Boston, MA, located in the North End. Along with the Boston Bruins, the stadium is the home of the Boston Celtics and concerts. For fans watching Bruins games, there are plenty of delicious concessions options throughout the arena on game day.
TD Garden Food & Concession Stands
There are extensive food offerings for fans in arenas. The TD Garden is no different, with everything from burgers to classic Massachusetts seafood.
- In seat mobile ordering-offering both food and drinks delivered to you, including beer and other drinks
- Haymarket-offering snacks and drinks
- MRKT-serving drinks, including beer and non-alcoholic drinks
- On Causeway-a great option for fries, chicken, burgers, and other classic stadium food
- jetBlue runway-offering similar option to On Causeway, fans like to get snacks and drinks here
Classic Food at TD Garden
For Boston Bruins fans looking for an elevated or classic TD Garden arena dining experience, they may want to look into joining The Boston Garden Society, which offers exclusive seating and dining options. This is the best option for anyone looking for an elevated experience. Food options include:
- Fine dining seafood
- A Speakeasy bar
For many Bruins fans, they want a little more personal experience with the arena, which means going to the main concourse and finding the Italian sausage grinders, or the hot dogs that guests tend to flock towards. Others swear by the unique Cheetos popcorn, back bay BBQ, or the fish from Legal Seafoods while they visit the TD Garden.
Food Near TD Garden
Just outside the TD Garden, you can find extensive options, from classic New England clam chowder to some of the best bars in Boston Massachusetts. Here are just a few of the things you might find located on Causeway Street or 100 Legends Way Boston:
- Banners Kitchen & Tap
- Tasty Burger
- Causeway Boston
- Tavern in the Square
- Sullivan’s Tap
- The Harp
- The Point Boston
For both the Bruins and Celtics fans who come to the TD Garden have plenty of options nearby to hang out with other fans.
- Porters Bar & Grill-a great local bar to watch Bruins games
- Nightshift Brewing-a local brewery near the arena and at the opening the wharf
- West End Johnnie’s-a late night bar, known for being great to watch both the Bruins and the Celtics
As this is Boston, and you’re on the waterfront, there are a few things that you have to try. That starts with the clam chowder which is better in Boston than anywhere else in the world. The shellfish doesn’t stop there, though, as lobster rolls and raw bar are always great too.
TD Garden Food & Concession FAQs
Boston is not a cheap city, and that extends to the TD Garden. The TD Garden has expensive food, and you can expect to pay a bit more than many other arenas for a drink at the concession stands. Still, with all the options just a short walk from TD Garden, you have plenty of options to make a date of any event in the area.
Unfortunately, you can not bring outside food or drink into the TD Garden.