House Of Blues Opens Rooftop Bar Overlooking Fenway

Jimmy Bentley

BOSTON — Even though the coronavirus pandemic has put a halt on concerts, the House of Blues will reopen its bar and restaurant.

The venue opened a new rooftop bar overlooking Fenway Park on Lansdowne Street. The Deck on Lansdowne started welcoming guests Friday and will be open Tuesday through Sunday until the end of October.

A House of Blues spokesperson in a statement said Chef Kevin Doherty will offer four kinds of personal-sized pizza, as well as Mediterranean fruit and cheese platters. To take the Fenway experience a step further, the Sausage Guy will also be serving up his Lansdowne classic. There will also be plenty of craft beer.

Seating is first-come, first-serve for parties of up to six people. Guest must be at least 21.

The Deck on Lansdowne is cashless and will offer contactless ordering and payment through the ROOAM app. Guests will scan a QR code at their table and will be able to place their order as well as pay their tab directly from their phone.



This article originally appeared on the Fenway Patch