In sports, the saying goes: “Go big or go home.” At Banners Kitchen & Tap, we went big, so you don’t have to go home. Whether it’s golf in our Topgolf Swing Suites, an unforgettable private meal at Blades & Boards, a celebration after a win at TD Garden, or a weeknight gathering with great food and friends — our goal is to deliver a monumentally good time.

Built on the former site of Boston Gardens, sports heritage is our foundation. In fact, Banners Kitchen & Tap is named for the championship banners raised to the rafters throughout Boston’s sports history. Banners tells the stories of victories past, celebrates the present — and gives the Boston faithful a one-of-a-kind destination to cheer on their home teams.

At Banners, you’ll find:

The Best Action in Boston

Banners’ multi-level restaurant and bar is located near the beating heart of Boston sports. We’re just a short walk to TD Garden and North Station at The Hub on Causeway. Not going to the game? That’s OK — you can game right here, in our Topgolf Swing Suites.

The Dreamiest Screen in the Northeast

We’re home to the biggest in-restaurant LED TV screen on the East Coast. At nearly 40 feet, our “Dream Screen” redefines the sport of viewing. Whether you’re here for a high-stakes playoff game or a Bachelorette season finale, once you watch with us, you’ll never look at another screen the same.

Sports Bar Staples 2.0

Our menu has your classic game-day favorites covered (think: Banners Chicken Wings, Clothesline Smoked Bacon, BBQ Chili Nachos and our O.G. Chopped Salad), plus healthy alternatives and a children’s menu. Don’t forget we serve weekend brunch.

Beer for Days

Our extensive beer program is the stuff of legends, with over 60 rotating tap lines featuring 20+ craft beers. It’s complemented by a curated, tempting list of craft cocktails — designed by acclaimed Boston bar director Jackson Cannon.

Fans cheering at a Boston Bruins game
Interior View of Banners Kitchen & Tap including the Dream Screen
Man and woman sharing a plate of nachos
Four glasses of beer on a table