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Friday, April 22, 2011

Sausage Connection outside Fenway Park!

Sausage Connection
The King and I have gone to Fenway Park for 25 years together now. When we go there we look forward to seeing familiar faces before and after the game on the street right outside that beautiful ballyard.

Royalty hates to eat in any ballpark unless we have no choice and/or we're starving to death. Most ballparks allow you to bring food and/or drinks into inside.

When we go to Fenway Park though we like to enhance the unique experience by visiting the vendors on the street. Way back in the day, we find a stand that sold sausages and we decided to buy from them. Mind you, there's competition out there. For some reason, we wound up making a "connection" if you will with these special people. They are Harry and his mother who we call Mama. Over the years, Harry has always been there. As time has gone on though his mother comes once in a while. God bless her.

Luckily for us, she was there on Patriot's Day. What a pleasure it was to see her again. She's such a good person. We got to talk to her before and after the game. She remembers when we were there back in the day. Time does really fly by.

Their stand is now located by left field gate E right under the monster seats on Lansdowne Street.

If you see them, tell them the guys from New York sent you. That's how they know us when we see them there.

Before we departed the area we both indulged in a bite to eat. I had a hot italian sausage which was truly amazing and the King decided to have their steak tips.

In addition, they also sell kielbasa, hot dogs and chicken teriyaki which go along with the variety of soft drinks they have to offer to wash it down.

If you haven't been to Fenway Park yet then you don't know what you're missing inside or out. What a place to go for a real baseball fan regardless of your rooting interest and/or bias. Do yourself a favor and go there with an open mind. Trust me you won't regret the decision.

If and when you decide to go, you can also consult me first for advice. I'll be more than happy to guide you along.

That's what I mean by royal treatment every step of the way.

Thank you for reading and following along.

Yours truly,

Gary Herman

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