The Red Sox have won the world series, and you can celebrate foodie-style. Show your love for the Sox with these tasty treats, colorful cocktails, and more, from Boston and beyond. Next
Middlebrooks BBQ Beef Mac ’n Cheese Sandwich
Cask ’n Flagon
This sandwich is a favorite of Red Sox third baseman Will Middlebrooks, so Cask ’n Flagon decided to name it after him. It has slow-cooked BBQ brisket, carmelized onion, and smoked gouda – as well as a hefty portion of mac and cheese – all on grilled country white bread. As if it didn’t sound appetizing enough already, $1 of every Middlebrooks Sandwich is donated to the charity Good Sports.
Big Papi Sox cocktail
Towne Stove and Spirits
This cocktail (soxtail?) inspired by David Ortiz features mandarin vodka, Gatorade,cassis, and blue curacao. While it was created for the World Series, they will continue to serve it at Towne in light of Ortiz’s MVP award. If you’re sipping this drink to toast the Red Sox designated hitter, make sure you’ve got a designated driver.
BoSox Burger and a Beer
Chef Tony DiRienzo at Milton’s Abby Park whipped up a ground Waygu beef burger and topped it with aged cheddar, caramelized onions, and crispy potatoes. The burger, with truffle fries and a beer, will be served through the weekend in honor of the World Series win.
Set and Saver Special
Empire Asian Restaurant and Lounge
This two-stage sushi experience honors Japanese Sox pitchers Junichi Tazawa and Koji Uehara. The Tazawa consists of six pieces of maki topped with broiled lobster, kanikami, and fontina. The “Koji” Uehara is three pieces of torched Toro nigiri with a red miso glaze.
Big Papi Roll
The Big Papi roll, served at Red Lantern and Empire Asian Restaurant and Lounge, consists of eel, crabstick, spicy tuna, cucumber, avocado, and cream cheese, and is topped with spicy & wasabi mayo and eel sauce. That’s a roll almost as big as David Ortiz.
Ells-Berry Ginger Cocktail
Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House
This cocktail, featuring Woodford Reserve Bourbon, fresh blackberries, fresh lemon juice, mint, and a splash of ginger beer, is a take on Sox center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury’s name and will stay on the menu as Boston celebrates becoming 2013 World Series champs.
City Landing Bar
This treat is part of a great deal at City Landing Restaurant’s bar, where you can also watch the games. The all-beef hotdog is topped with white chili, jalapenos, and sharp cheddar. During the games, it will be sold – with a Harpoon IPA – for only $6.
Baseball Cakepops and Green Monster Macaroons
Cakeology owner Victoria Donnelly is the star of Food Network’s show “Cupcake Wars,” so you can assume her Red Sox snacks are delicious. The cakepops and macaroons are still being offered after the World Series win, as are baseball cupcakes.
World KEELies Cocktail
Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse
Davio’s locations in Boston and Foxborough have added the “World KEELies” cocktail to their menus in honor of Boston’s World Series victory. It is made with KEEL vodka (a new light spirit with only 58 calories), apple liqueur, cranberry juice, grenadine, a splash of soda, and an apple slice.
Sliders into First Base
The Newton restaurant served a ballpark-themed menu on the nights of World Series games (and will continue to do so through the weekend), with hot dogs, crackerjack, and these sliders. They come three to a plate with cheese and ketchup, and additional toppings like bacon and hot peppers are optional.
Fingers Double Crossed Dirty Water Martini
This martini, made special for Boston’s World Series run, uses Double Cross vodka, dry vermouth, and olive juice. Stirred up over ice, it is garnished with two gorgonzola-stuffed olives. You can uncross your fingers now, but this martini will stay on the menu to help you celebrate the win.
Red Sox Helmet Sundae
Puritan & Company
This brownie sundae with homemade vanilla ice cream, hot fudge, candied pecans, and homemade whipped cream is served in a plastic helmet – just like the ones you get at Fenway, but tastier. It was served all through the playoffs, and will stay on the menu.
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