Every year the Red Sox add new additions to the growing number of food options offered at their concession stands, and while they may not be as adventurous or outlandish as some ballparks, Fenway continues to offer great, creative local options. There are the standard hot dogs, peanuts, and Cracker Jacks, but there are plenty of choices for diners of any appetite. Below is a list of Fenway’s finest and newest food and beer options for enjoying a Sox game (just don’t throw any of them at the Yankees)....
THE MONSTER MULE
RIGHT FIELD GRANDSTAND
There are plenty of places offering flat, overpriced ballpark suds, but now you can take the edge of with some harder stuff. Thanks to a new partnership with Tullamore D.E.W. Irish Whiskey, the last few rows in the Right Field Grandstand were transformed into a go-to destination for those who want to get down with the brown liquid from the Emerald Isle. Featuring swivel stools, tables and standing room sections, the full-service bar also offers food and 64in televisions (for those who think watching in person isn’t good enough). Nabbing a seat there will cost you anywhere between $35-$75, depending on the game, but the Monster Mule -- an Irish twist on the Moscow version -- is worth trying.