“Named to honor Revere native and Red Sox legend, Tony Conigliaro, Tony C’s is a spacious restaurant and sports bar that almost feels like the size of a small stadium itself. The youngest person to lead the league in home runs, Conigliaro played an integral role in the Sox’s famous “Impossible Dream” season of 1967 before being plagued with unfortunate injuries. Over time his legacy became a career of perseverance and bravery. Now his name shines in neon at four different locations, but the one next to Fenway is surely the best. With more than 30 comfy leather seats running along one of the longest bars in Boston, Tony C’s offers up 20 drafts and coolers filled with sought after bottles. The bottom floor has floor-to-ceiling windows and 20 gigantic TVs — not counting the three in the bathroom to make sure you don’t miss a moment. Go up to the top floor and the view only gets better. Their rooftop bar has a retractable roof and is painted in Green Monster green, which makes it feel like an extension of the stadium just across the street.”
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