Another successful Super Bowl is in the books for Tom Brady and the New England Patriots, which means fans will get the chance to celebrate with a packed parade through the streets of Boston this week. Local fans are getting pretty spoiled these days, as the latest celebration comes just months after the Red Sox took over the Hub with their own parade for their recent World Series win. Ahead, find out all the details for the 2019 Patriots Super Bowl parade.
When is the 2019 Patriots Super Bowl parade?
Brady, Rob Gronkowski, Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman and the rest of the gang will parade around Boston in the iconic Duck Boats on Tuesday, Feb. 5. The festivities will start at 11 a.m., but make sure to get there early if you want to score an upclose look at this year’s champs. If you do decide to attend, though, the City of Boston is asking folks to use public transportation to get there and to “please celebrate responsibly,” so don’t try throwing a beer to Gronk or any of the other Patriots stars.
2019 Patriots Super Bowl parade: Route, street closures
The 2019 Patriots Super Bowl parade will kick off from the Hynes Convention Center on Tuesday morning. The festivities will stroll down Boylston Street at Hereford Street before taking a left onto Tremont Street en route to its end at Cambridge Street. The victory parade will pass both the Public Garden and Boston Common before ending at City Hall.
As expected, a number of streets around the route will be affected during the celebration. Acccording to the City of Boston, the following streets will be closed to traffic beginning at 9 a.m.
-Boylston Street, Massachusetts Avenue to Tremont Street
-Tremont Street, Boylston Street to Court Street
-Cambridge Street, Court Street to New Chardon Street
Parking around the parade route will also be a bit of a hassle as any street with a “No Stopping Boston Police Special Event” sign will be restricting parking. These areas will begin towing at 6 a.m. on Tuesday, so make sure to move your car in time.
— Visit Boston (@VisitBostonCity) February 4, 2019
Where to eat around the 2019 Patriots Super Bowl parade route
There’s plenty of great places to grab a bite and watch the festivities around the 2019 Patriots Super Bowl parade route. Located right on Boylston Street, Abe & Louie’s has the perfect patio to watch all the fun, plus they’ll be serving up Super Bowl Filet Sliders and clam chowder, with the bar opening at 10 a.m. Right next door, Atlantic Fish will open its bar at 10 a.m. as well, while guests can fill up on lobster rolls and other bites before the parade kicks off. Another Boylston hotspot to hit up is Back Bay Social Club, which will open at 8 a.m. Guests can sit on their patio to watch all the action while munching on lunch and breakfast specials and sipping on themed cocktails.