Goose Island Beer Dinner!

Featuring Goose Island Bourbon County Stout

Wednesday April 8th 6:00 PM

ARENA-2015 Goose Beer Dinner

Arena and Bellavance Beverage Company are presenting a very special dinner Wednesday April 8th!  Tickets are available at the door.  This event has limited seating due to the rarity of the Goose Island Bourbon County Stout!

  • Starter Beer:  Honkers Ale
  • 1st Course:  Fruit Citrus Salad paired with 312 Urban Wheat Ale
  • 2nd Course:  Fried Mac and Cheese Balls paired with Goose IPA
  • 3rd Course Seasoned Arena Steak Tips paired with Pepe Nero
  • Dessert:  Fudge Brownie Sundae paired with Goose Island Bourbon County Stout

All of this is only $39.95 ( Plus Tax and Gratuity)

Call 603-881-9060 to get in on this amazing craft beer dinner!


Bruins Vs Rangers – NHL Playoffs Round 2

B’s Vs New York Rangers!

Let’s Go Bruins….Every Playoff Game in 40 + HD Screens and a sound system that puts you in the stands!  If you haven’t watched the Bruins on Arena’s HD wall screens shame on you – amazing clarity and the best sound found.


A wake up call to Milan Lucic and the B’s first line came in very late in the third period to bring Boston Bruins fans a new memory – ” The Comeback” – Now it’s time to step it up a little in the compete level and for the bears to do the poking to the rangers – this isn’t a battle for a picnic basket – its for an opportunity to compete for Lord Stanley s Cup!

An amazing shift in the force came with about three minutes to go in Game 7 Vs the Maple Leafs leading to a Patrice Bergeron goal in OT which brings us to round 2 of the NHL Playoffs!


The Bruins have not faced the Rangers in the playoffs in decades – two more of the original six back at it for a shot to play in the East Finals.  Great to see Lucic and the rest of the team step up!  Let’s hope the defense-men injuries aren’t too serious or play a factor Vs the Rangers.

It is truly Tuukka Time people – Watching a Bruins Playoff game at Arena is an experience not to be missed!

The entire team has been turning up the compete level and will need everyone in top form to take on the NY Rangers!


YOU KNOW IT ! Let’s Go Bruins! Olde Time Hockey with two out of the original six teams playing each other in round 2!

Arena’s Chef is amazing so make sure you order some cooked from scratch eats with those buckets of ice cold brews –

Check out the Menu- CLICK HERE.

Want to reserve a viewing section – Call ahead to 603- 881-9060 or email

Arena Sports Bar!

  • 603-881-9060
  • 53 High Street
  • Nashua NH 03060
  • Plenty of Parking!


Tyler Seguin at Arena – Monday April 1st

Boston Bruins Superstar will be at Arena April 1st!

This is no Aprils Fools Joke –


Yet – Another Sports Celebrity Appearance at Arena Sports Bar

New England Picture teams up with Arena once again to deliver a future NHL mega superstar

CLICK HERE to reserve your tickets for this public autograph signing!

Arena seems to be just beginning to hit it’s stride and is fast becoming known as the go to sports bar in NH and northern MA!  Always a great crowd of sports minded fun people , serving  made from scratch eats,  ice cold beer and delicious drinks to!


Arena does just continue to raise the bar for Sports Bars in NH  – They are committed to keeping their guests engaged and coming back!  Bringing up Pro Celebrities for public autograph sessions is moving the bar way up!  So far we have been treated to Gronk and Vince Wilfork.– Families seem to be enjoying themselves –  mixing it up while eating some of the most amazing gastro-pub eats in the area! – Come on by early and make sure you come hungry!  See you there!

CLICK HERE to View the Menu.

Coming to Arena April 1st th is Boston Bruins star Tyler Seguin

The puck drops at 7pm!

Tyler Seguin - Boston Bruin - Sports Celebrity appearance Arena Sports Bar

Arena Sports Bar Vince Wilfork Appearance-

Sports Celebrities At Arena

Tuesday Night February 12th  Arena SportsBar welcomed New England Patriots Defensive Star Vince Wilfork.  The event was sponsored by Manchester based New England Picture .  The crowd was great with many families and friends enjoying themselves with delicious food and refreshing drinks while waiting patiently for their turn with the incredibly friendly and affable Mr Wilfork.  The attendance exceeded Arena’s December sports celebrity event with Rob Gronkowski.  Together with New England Picture Arena is bringing more local sports celebrities to Nashua NH – coming next month on March 26 watch for Boston Bruin Star Milan Lucic at Arena.


  • 603-881-9060
  • 53 High Street
  • Nashua NH 03060

Here is a great article courtesy of the Nashua Telegraph

NASHUA – So eager were Austin and Connor Decoster to get to meet their favorite Patriot up close and personal Tuesday night that even the prospect of a nearly 3-hour ride from their Maine home didn’t faze the young brothers a bit.

The reward was a visit, albeit brief, with popular New England Patriots captain Vince Wilfork, who greeted young and old, big and small alike and inked his name on just about anything put in front of him during a 90-minute appearance at the Arena sports bar and nightclub.

“Oh, yeah,” Austin DeCosta managed with a slight smile when asked if he thought Wilfork, a load of a man at 6 feet, 2 inches and 325 pounds, looked as big in person as he does on TV.

Although tickets to the event and the items Wilfork signed didn’t come cheap, individuals and families turned out in droves, many wearing Patriots jackets and other gear, including both the blue and the old red uniform shirts bearing Wilfork’s number 75.

The big guy’s visit was arranged by New England Pictures, a Manchester-based promoter and memorabilia dealer that is also bringing Bruins forward Milan Lucic to the Arena on March 26, according to owner Jeff Sherman.

“Bringing the athletes to the people gives (the autographs) a certain authenticity,” Sherman said, adding that the company typically donates leftover signed memorabilia to charity auctions in the region.

As organizers announced instructions to visitors over the loudspeaker, Caitlin Grunbeck bobbed and weaved with her camera, attempting to score a few decent shots of her boyfriend, Chris Saroka, with Wilfork.

The Gloucester, Mass., residents came away with a freshly signed Patriots helmet and autographed photo of Wilfork in action on the gridiron. Grunbeck didn’t talk to Wilfork: “I was just trying to take pictures,” she said.

It was nose tackle meets nose tackle at least once Tuesday night, when 11-year-old Matthew Valcourt of Westford, Mass., reached Wilfork’s table.

“That’s his position too,” Wendy Turcotte, Matthew’s aunt, said as she and her husband, Ryan, balanced a Patriots jacket, two Wilfork uniform shirts and three large posters in their arms.

Wilfork signed them all, bringing a big smile to Matthew’s face – a grin almost as big as the one he flashed when, his aunt and uncle said, he got tickets to the Patriots-Miami game for his birthday in December.

The well-organized and carefully regulated event ran smoothly despite the large turnout. If there was a downside to the format, it was the brief window fans had to chat with Wilfork.

“They move you right along, that’s for sure,” said Jay DeCoster, a member of the family that operated the large poultry farm in Turner, Maine, for 50 years until 2011.

Written by Dean Shalhoup
follow Shalhoup on Twitter (@Telegraph_DeanS).