Philly has a wide variety of sports bars from small hole-in-the-walls, to fabulous gay bars, to massive halls for the largest of crowds. So on any given night, you can find what will fit your needs. Here are the top five sports bars.
Denver offers many mouthwatering opportunities to grab a bite to eat while waiting for the big game to start. Everything from conveniently located restaurants to sports bars and brew pubs to dining inside Coors Stadium is available for sports fans looking for a place to eat.
A large crowd filed into Xfinity Live to watch the USA-Canada hockey game, despite the fact that it was a 12 noon start time.
If you’re in search of a quick bite, a substantial meal, craft brews or the largest projection screen in Philadelphia, these are your best bets for game-friendly eats.
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Ready for a game of 8 ball? Get ready to stack them, rack them, chalk them and play them at one of these local pool halls.
Sports fans know that when it’s time to watch the finals, the best place to be part of the action and feel part of the experience is at one of Philly’s area sports bars.
From sports bars to bowling alleys, these top spots to watch UFC fight nights will make anyone think twice about ever ordering Pay Per View.
Whether you are rooting for your team or looking forward to the commercials, be sure to check out the city’s best sports bars.
It’s the perfect time to join in on the natural camaraderie of eating hot wings, drinking beer, and screaming at a television with strangers. Here are a few choice spots for watching almost any sporting event.
Joe Carpinella, director of operations at Chickie’s and Pete’s, says it’s a pretty big deal when you’re named by ESPN fans as the number one sports bar in all of North America.