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Best places to watch a game

Published On: Dec 28 2012 04:04:40 PM CST
Updated On: Jan 08 2014 09:53:39 AM CST
Lagasse Stadium

Courtesy of The Palazzo

With the Super Bowl nearing, it’s time to make plans for where you’ll watch the big game. Check out some of the top sports bars in the U.S.

 

Chickie’s & Pete’s – Philadelphia

Chickie’s & Pete’s is an award-winning, family-owned Philly bar. It has 18 televisions in the main bar, one in each private suite, two 10-foot projectors and one 12-foot projector. It also serves 10 different kinds of beer and a menu with numerous seafood choices.

 

 

The Four’s – Boston

The Four’s has previously been named the No. 1 sports bar by Sports Illustrated. This bar, located across from the TD Garden, features Boston sports memorabilia on its walls. It has 42 televisions, nine draft beers and 19 bottled beers, and of course, clam chowder is on the menu.



Lagasse’s Stadium – Las Vegas

Located at The Palazzo in Las Vegas, Chef Emeril Lagasse’s creation is an upscale sports bar. It contains a stadium that resembles a movie theater, luxury boxes with couches and pool tables, more than 100 TVs, more than 25 beers, and of course, good food.

 

Nemo’s – Detroit

Nemo’s has been in Detroit for more than 50 years. Nemo’s serves classic bar food and has 12 kinds of beer. It also has 12 TVs. Nemo’s also has the memory of hosting the Stanley Cup when Red Wings owner Mike Ilitch brought the trophy to the bar in 1997.

 

 

Pete’s Tavern – San Francisco

Located across the street from AT&T Park, Pete’s Tavern features 22 televisions and an array of cocktails and draft beer.

 

 

Red Star, New York

Ranked as one of the best places to watch the Super Bowl and March Madness, Red Star has 40 TVs and 14 beers on draught. It also features a large selection of wings on its menu.



Stadium View – Green Bay, Wis.

Located near Lambeau Field, Stadium View offers Packer fans a great place to eat and drink before and after games. It features Midwest staples and comfort food such as meatloaf and mashed potatoes.

 

 

STATE – Chicago

The STATE has 124 TVs so every fan can easily see the game. It also has a selection of 100 beers for patrons to choose from. As if the TVs and beer weren’t enough to entice fans, the STATE also has an impressive food menu that includes filet mignon and salmon.



STAT’s Restaurant and Bar – Atlanta

STAT’s has six separate viewing areas and 70 HDTVs for fans to watch games on. It also has four bars and stations set up where fans can actually pour their own beer instead of waiting to be served.

 

 

Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar – Louisiana

Named the best sports bar in ESPN’s mobile contest, the Walk-On Bistreaux & Bar was founded by LSU alumni Jack Warner and Brandon Landry. The bar features traditional Southern food on its menu and has more than 100 TVs and more than 10 different types of beer.