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7 Places to Catch the Red Sox Game in Hanover This Season

Mar 10, 2020 01:42PM ● By Melanie Heisinger
Baseball season is almost upon us! More importantly, it's almost time for the Red Sox to grace our television screens once again. 

If you are looking to get out of the house and catch a game, there are some great local places to go. We compiled a few of our favorites in the Hanover area here. Game on! 

Molly's Restaurant & Bar

43 South Main St,
Hanover, NH

Find a classic college-bar feel at Molly's! Ideal for catching a game, guests can enjoy freshly baked bread with honey butter, wonderful finger foods and appetizers, wood-fired thin crust pizzas, fresh seasonal salads, our favorite entrees, pasta dishes, delicious burgers, sandwiches, and homemade desserts.

Learn more about their story and what they offer here!

Murphy's On the Green

Courtesy of Yelp.

11 S Main St
Hanover, NH

Also located on Main Street, Murphy's is a family-owned restaurant and pub. Right near Dartmouth College, Murphy's is a perfect place to catch a baseball game. 

Reviews on Yelp are high, one reviewer stating, “A classic pub restaurant with an interesting and ever changing menu.”

Visit their website to learn more, or just stop by! 








Ramunto's Brick & Brew Pizzeria

Courtesy of Facebook. 
9 South St
Hanover, NH

If pizza is more your speed than a classic pub, Ramunto's is your place to watch a game! Independently operated and owned since 1997, you can find New York-style pizzas and calzones being served up, with plenty of TVs to go around. 

Yelper said, "The ambiance is fun with TVs and lots of people enjoying a slice and a pint." It was also noted that this would be a great place for families! 

Visit their website to learn more, or just stop by! 

The Public House

Courtesy of Yelp.

5813 Woodstock Rd
Quechee, VT

Not too far from Hanover is Quechee, where The Public House resides. The menu features many local Ingredients, the focal point of the kitchen being their char broiler that grills beef, poultry, seafood and much more to perfection. But don't worry, there are plenty of vegetarian options, too! 

One Yelp reviewer said,  "The decor is hip and cozy, and there are big TVs for sports watching while eating at the bar."

Visit their Facebook page to keep up with what's new at Murphy's!


The Filling Station Bar & Grill

70 Gates St
White River Junction, VT

Looking for a classic local bar and grill experience while watching the game? The Filling Station is your stop! 

One Yelper said, "It doesn't get any more authentic than this when it comes to bars. It's the real deal. Small and cozy with a really well maintained pool table. Large flat screen TVs with sports or races on display."

Stop by come baseball season and grab a drink! 


TRAIL BREAK taps + tacos

Courtesy of Yelp.

129 S Main St, Ste 100
White River Junction, VT

If tacos and brews are more your speed, TRAIL BREAK is the perfect spot for you! A relaxed vibe and plenty of TVs to enjoy the game, this 2017-established restaurant is a fun, vibrant restaurant offering up a killer menu and quality brews. You might have to fight for the TV remote, though, as the love watching their snow sports! 

One Yelper said, "We wandered in on a whim, and I am so glad we did!  The atmosphere is playful and roomy, and the waitstaff was friendly and welcoming."

Visit their website to learn more, or just stop by! 

The Worthy Kitchen

Courtesy of Yelp.

442 E Woodstock Rd, Ste 6
Woodstock, VT 

For tasty, classic American food, Worthy Kitchen is your place! With TVs to watch the game, and an ideal atmosphere, this is the perfect spot in Woodstock. 

One Yelper said, "I've been to Worthy Kitchen twice now, and both times the service and food has been excellent. The staff is friendly and patient, and checks up on you frequently to make sure you have everything you want! The food comes out quickly and the portions are big. The menu has something for everyone and the beer selection is great!"

Visit their website to learn more, or just stop by! 

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