Save the Date! Cheeseboy is giving away Free Classic Grilled Cheeses on Friday, April 25, 2014 from 11am to 6pm! No purchase or coupon is needed to get a Free Cheeseboy Grilled Cheese!
I did this awesome offer last year for lunch and it was pretty easy to get (and delicious to eat.) I simply walked up and asked for the free grilled cheese offer, and they handed me a rewards card and said if I signed up online I would receive another grilled cheese in the future. I got my classic grilled cheese (as pictured above) a few short minutes later!
Will you be getting a free grilled cheese sandwich this year?
To find your nearest location, please head here and please head here if you would like more information!
Are you looking for restaurants near Fenway Park? How about places to eat before a Boston Red Sox game without going over budget?
Obviously eating at home or eating a homemade sandwich on the go is the cheapest option, but sometimes it’s a lot less fun. I’ve rounded up a few specials and food and drink deals near Fenway Park!
Please keep in mind that many of these Restaurants get packed before Red Sox games, so make sure to arrive plenty of time before a game to get a seat and to take advantage of these deals!
(As an example, I went to the Yard House on a Monday night and I got one the last good table at the bar at 5:15 p.m. & there was a wait for a regular seating).
Some of these deals are unadvertised during Red Sox games, but you should find that they do work– just make sure to ask first if you are not sure. If you do have a problem at a particular place on the list, please let me know in the comments below.
Yard House: 126 Brookline Avenue; Select half-off appetizers and pizza from 3-6pm and 10pm-close (*Pictured above: Chicken Fingers and Fries on the Appetizer Menu for $5!)
Cactus Club: 939 Boylston St; Half Off Appetizers Monday-Thursday from 4-7pm and 2 tacos for $5 from 10 p.m. to 12 a.m. every night
McGreevy’s Boston: 911 Boylston St; Half-priced Appetizers Monday-Friday from 4-7pm + $1 cheeseburgers on Tuesdays and $1 make your own pizzas on Thursdays from 4-11pm
Whiskey’s: 885 Boylston St; $3 Bar Bites Monday-Friday from 4pm-7pm at the bar only, .25 wings Sunday-Thursday 11:30am-11pm (and Friday and Saturday 11:30-4pm) at the bar only and even more deals on their website here.
5 Napkin Burger: 105 Huntington Ave; Slider Happy Hour with $2 sliders, $2 pork taquitos, $2 for 4 wings, and more from 4-7pm and 9pm-close at the bar only
Haru: 55 Huntington Ave; Happy Hour Menu from 3-7pm & 10-close daily (plus $20 certificate near/on your birthday for e-mail subscribers)
Some of the places mentioned are a little bit of a walk, but you may find cheaper prices (and less crowds) away from Fenway Park.
Please let me know in the comments below if I missed any great food and/or drink deals before (or after) a Red Sox game!
What is your favorite place to eat at before Fenway?
Are you familiar with Entertainment Book? If you are not, Entertainment Book is filled with coupons for local restaurants, attractions, retail stores, and much, much more. There are many different Entertainment books for different cities, but there is a Greater Boston Entertainment Book!
These books retail for $35, but do go sale (like now). Right now you can buy an entertainment book for $15 with free shipping through April 14, 2014. You can also add a second book for $10 which would make each book $12.50 each. You could give the second book as a gift, or get another book for either the same town or maybe a future vacation spot.
The majority of coupons in these books expire at the end of November, so you do have time to use them! I typically receive this book as a Christmas gift and keep it in my car so I don’t forget to check the book before I go into a restaurant, retail store, etc. throughout the year.
There’s a nice glossary in the back which lists participating businesses by alphabetical order and by town, which is nice when you are on the go!
For more information or to purchase an Entertainment Book, please head here.
Do you use an Entertainment Book to save money? Have you bought one for a vacation destination instead of your local town?
*This post does contain affiliate links. Please see my disclosure policy here.
North End Restaurants Pauli’s, Regina Pizzeria and Modern Pastry have teamed up to bring a great Triple Play to Boston to celebrate the Red Sox’s 2014 season. Starting on April 11, 2014 the three restaurants are teaming up to challenge guests to eat at a must-try dish at each restaurants in exchange for two free Red Sox tickets!
Here’s the triple play challenge:
Pauli’s, 65 Salem Street: 14oz Lobster Sub with fresh lobster meat and mayo for $29.99
Regina Pizzeria, 11 1/2 Thacher Street: Giambotta, three pound pizza for $19.99
Modern Pastry, 257 Hanover Street: Two traditional cannoli for $2.50 each
Once you visit all three locations, mail in the receipts from each location to Pauli’s to be rewarded a pair of Red Sox tickets to an upcoming game.
The triple play begins April 11, 2014 and will be ongoing through August, or until Red Sox tickets run out. For more information please visit here.
*Keep in mind that Red Sox Tickets start at $9 (+ service fees) Standing Room seats for College Students only and $10 (+ service fees) Upper Bleacher Seats, so if you are not interested in the three restaurants signature dishes, this may not be the best deal for you.
Will you be participating in this Triple Play deal?
In addition to Ben & Jerry’s Free Cone Day on Tuesday, April 8, 2014, Au Bon Pain is offering Free Medium Iced Tea or Iced Coffee from 2-5pm on Tuesday.
To find your nearest Au Bon Pain, please head here.
*Note, I received this freebie notification in my e-mail as a member of their eClub. There is limited information and no indication you need to make a purchase to receive the free offer. Not all Au Bon Pains may participate so make sure you ask before you place your order.