Boston is always growing in one way or another. Sometimes, it’s a new business taking over for an old business that closed down. Other times, it’s adding a new suburb or a new high-rise condo building.

The Fenway neighborhood of Boston has just gotten a little bit better. This area is already hugely popular due to Fenway Park, but three new businesses have been added to make it even cooler. Here’s a look at the new businesses now open in Fenway.

Fenway Johnnie’s – 96 Brookline Avenue

A new bar and restaurant found near Fenway Park, Fenway Johnnie’s offers elevated bar food and plenty of signature cocktails. They have several craft beers on the menu and a few wines, as well. Some have said it’s the best bar found near the ballpark and they do have reasonable prices.

The bar and restaurant are open from 4pm to 12am, Tuesday through Thursday and from 4pm to 2am on Friday and Saturday. They are closed on Mondays and Sundays, however. Find out more about Fenway Johnnie’s on their website here.

Baseballism – 71 Lansdowne Street

 

Baseballism

A new clothing and sportswear store based out of Portland, Oregon, Baseballism offers the Flag Man brand with T-shirts, sweatshirts, hats, backpacks and more. The Flag Man logo is designed with a baseball player carrying a flag, but the pole for the flag is a baseball bat.

The store carries apparel for men, women, and children with plenty of accessories. They have handbags made from actual baseball glove leather, baby clothing, baseball-themed wood signs, watches, keychains and so much more.

Baseballism is open from 10am to 9pm, Monday through Saturday and from 1am to 8pm on Sundays. You can find out more by visiting their website here.

Caffe Nero – 1375 Boylston Street

The newest of the three open now in Fenway, Caffe Nero is a part of a growing chain in the region. It offers guests three hours of free Wi-Fi, along with great food and drink and comfortable seating. This is the place for those needing to get a little work done on a laptop or meet up with friends, co-workers or a business college.

The drinks include all the hot and iced coffee choices you could want, hot apple cider, fruit smoothies and more. They actually roast their own coffee beans in-house, as well.

Breakfast is served all day here with many croissant options, sandwiches, and salads on the menu. They use only freshly-baked bread for the sandwiches.

The coffee here is award-winning and a bit more expensive than some of the other area coffee shops. However, many customers have said it’s worth the upcharge and they love the spot. Whether you need to study, get some work done or just meet up with friends, Caffe Nero is a grist spot to enjoy.

This new business is open from 6:30am to 9pm on weekdays and from 7am to 9pm on weekends.

If you’re in the Fenway area or plan to move to this area of Boston, make sure to check out these three new businesses. You might just find a new favorite spot for a meal, a cup of coffee or for your wardrobe.

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