American Way: If your parents are visiting, what's on the agenda?
Brady: My sisters like cooking at my place. It has a bit more room, and [laughs] the food tastes a little bit better. A big pot of spaghetti and sauce, some warm French bread - works all the time. I think I've been eating pasta for 26 years.
If we go out, there's a nice restaurant on the wharf called Siros. They have excellent food and service and can cater to a big crowd like the Bradys. A little bit of seafood, a little pasta, a few meat dishes, and they serve great drinks. Right on the water, overlooking all the boats. What's not to like?
If we stay in and want takeout, I like places that deliver at the last minute. There's one on the wharf called Captain Fishbones that has very good food. Excellent ribs. I'm also a sucker for Outback Steakhouse chicken.
American Way: Do you get to any Red Sox games?
Brady: As much as I can. One thing about Boston is that the fans really take to their teams. Red Sox fans also take to the Patriots and vice versa.
American Way: Where are some great places to go around Fenway Park?
Brady: Jillian's is a really big place to go. It's kind of a big kids' Chuck E. Cheese's, with all kinds of games and darts, everything you want. On the street there are great sausage vendors. The Sausage King's bratwurst are the best.