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New England Patriots Stadium
December 6, 2010
45 - 3 Win
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Capacity: 68,756 seats
Playing Surface: FieldTurf
Draft Beer: $7.50
Hot Dog: $3.75
Stadium Parking: $40.00
One Patriot Place
Foxboro, MA 02035
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Top Tourist Attractions:
The Freedom Trail, Paul Revere House, King's Chapel, Old North Church
Clam Chowda, Fresh Lobster, Fresh Seafood
What They're Drinkin':
Parking: $40. Opens 4 hours before kickoff, closes 2 hours after the game.
Pocket Map of Boston
Metro Rail Map (MBTA)
Stadium Parking Map
Local Sports Media:
The Boston Globe
The Providence Journal
Boston Beer Works
Union Oyster House (oldest oyster bar in America)
Durgin-Park (fantastic classic New England restaurant)
Warren Tavern (historic location serving local chow)
Getting to the Stadium:
Gillette Stadium is located in Foxboro, MA which is a suburb of Boston, however the MBTA runs a special service to and from all New England Patriots home games. Tickets are $12 and the return train departs 30 minutes after the conclusion of the game. Your best bet is to drive to the stadium and tailgate in one of the many lots surrounding Gillette Stadium.
Where to Stay:
Definitely plan on staying in downtown Boston. You wonít want to miss the opportunity to lose yourself in history, dine on fresh seafood, or enjoy the fascinating nightlife offered downtown. The Radisson Hotel Boston or Nine Zero are both situated within walking distance of all that downtown Boston has to offer. The Liberty Hotel is also very nice; it's located on Beacon Hill.
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|Jell-O Shots with Randy Pierce||Interacting with the visting Jets Fans||Christmas on the Blacktop|
|Lower Level Seating||Marion, Myself, and Jimmy||50 Yard Line at Field Level|
|This is Our House!||Super Bowl Banners at Gillette Stadium||Scoreboard at Gillette|
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jamie crane from Lowell, MA
Sent: Tuesday, August 18, 2009 11:33 PM
Thanks for the plug for Boston Chowda Co.
I work in sales for BCC and we are actually bidding for the chowder
business this year. Our two submissions placed 1 & 2 in the tasting, but
thats no guarantee. Someone who's chowder sucks will win by submitting a
better "marketing program" That's means a check in the food service
Graham Smith from the United Kingdom
Sent: Tuesday, February 10, 2009 07:09:39 EST
I was reading your write up on the New England Patriots and happened to be at the same game you were against San Diego, I thought other readers may be interested in the way we got to the game. We incorporated the match into a two week holiday in Boston and was told the best way to get to Foxboro was by the special train that runs every match game. Take my advice DONT by the time we reached our seat the gane had already started and going home we arrived back in Boston at 3.30am due to signal problems however, I was told this was a regular event and that on many occasions the train had broke down. Boston as a place was fantastic and we will go again as for the game next time I will definitely be going by car. I have now done 15 grounds and Washington is on my agenda for this year.
All the best
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