After 44 years of business, The Fours is permanently closing its Boston location, the sports bar announced Monday.
“It has been our honor to call the City of Champions our home,” management said in a statement. “We have the best fans. Period. Thank you for making The Fours part of your traditions over the years.”
A stone’s throw away from TD Garden, The Fours was a popular watering hole for Celtics and Bruins fans, with team photographs and framed jerseys lining the walls. The menu featured a “Hall of Famers” section with sandwiches named after famous Boston athletes, such as the “Bobby Orr,” charbroiled steak tips and melted cheese on a braided roll, and the “Larry Bird,” a grilled chicken pesto panini.
“To the TD Garden, Celtics, and Bruins staff, we especially thank you for your loyalty and support,” the bar’s statement continued. “You became more than customers to us over the years. You are our friends and family.”
We extend our sincerest thanks to all of you, our loyal customers, who have supported us for so many years,” the statement continued. “You have made The Fours such a treasured place and we are forever grateful for the wonderful memories we have made together.”
The Norwell and Quincy locations remain open.