I arrived in Boston on Wednesday, November 23rd, the day before Thanksgiving.
The Boston Celtics were playing the Dallas Mavericks that evening at TD Gardens, formally Boston Gardens.
I didn’t have a ticket, but being the Sports Diva that I am, I want to be where the action is, especially since the Celtics are my favorite basketball team.
So putting on my best Celtics outfit, I left the hostel and headed down to the arena.
I wanted to watch the game with other Celtics fans, but first a stop in the Boston pro sports shop where I couldn’t decide if I wanted a hat, a jersey, or something else.
I decided to get a Celtics pin with the name and number of my favorite Celtics player.
The game was almost on so I needed to get something to eat.
I saw Banners Kitchen and Tap, which is located right in the plaza of TD Gardens, at 89 Causeway Street.
When I went inside, the hostess asked if I had a reservation.
I didn’t, so she asked if I wanted to sit at the bar.
Oh yeah, food, booze AND a humongous screen tv that showed the game,( which the Celtics won by the way.)the Sports Diva was in her element.
I had never eaten here before and boy am I missing out.
I ordered a Samuel Adams beer on tap and a pound of Buffalo Bourbon Chicken Wings, which were really delicious AND finger licking good, and I didn’t even need Blue Cheese or Ranch dressing to dip my chicken in, the sauce was good enough for dipping.
The bartenders were so friendly and helpful, even my server was friendly.
Banners is not as expensive as I thought it would be being as close to the arena as it is.
For two beers, nine dollars each and Buffalo Chicken Wings, which were $14, plus tip, I paid less than $50.
When I went back to the hostel after the game was over, I was full.
It looks like I have another restaurant to add to my list of restaurants to eat at on a 30 Plus Teams Tour, Banners Kitchen and Tap, Boston.
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