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The Winter Olympics are almost here. Even if you’re not in PyeongChang, South Korea, to catch the events in person, the live broadcasts and replays are a great opportunity to cheer on your favorite country — and enjoy the best watering holes in town. Here are some of our favorite Boston spots for catching the Winter Olympics action.

Tony C’s Sports Bar & Grill

Tony C’s Sports Bar & Grill is a sports-themed restaurant named to honor Red Sox Legend and Massachusetts native, Tony Conigliaro. Tony C’s is not only known for its contemporary American comfort food but also provides the highest quality HD audiovisual system available. Classic and specialty cocktails, an extensive beer list and American wines served by a welcoming team complete the experience. Tony C’s Sports Bar & Grill is sure to provide an exciting atmosphere as you watch the Winter Olympics.

McGreevy’s — America’s First Sports Bar

All the way back in 1894, Nuf Ced McGreevy opened his “3rd Base Saloon,” which soon became the first sports bar in America. This makes an ideal gathering place for fans of the Winter Olympics as it offers hearty pub fare including chowder, slides, and fish tacos. While watching history happen during the Winter Olympics, you can revel in your own historical moment, enjoying this revered establishment in one of the first cities in the United States.

Precinct Kitchen + Bar

Located in what was once the Boston Police Headquarters, Precinct Kitchen & Bar is obviously close to our hearts. Offering Boston favorites and classic cocktails, the menu plays off of beloved standards while innovating with a contemporary approach. Both food and drink are approached in a familiar way that celebrates Boston’s heritage while expanding on tradition. Precinct Kitchen and Bar will also continue to host their Winter is Coming Pop Up until February 10th. Make sure to enjoy some of the Winter Olympics on the thrones and with specialty cocktails!

Nicole