It may be "a bit divey," but Diesel has everything a sports lover needs, including plenty of TVs, a huge beer selection, darts and arcade games, and great pub food. Bonus: Many of their tables have outlets to charge phones or iPads.
Austin residents often say "you're never too far from 12th and Lamar," referring to the location of The Tavern. It's one of the Austin's oldest and best sports bars, with big screens, great drafts, and their must-try specialty: white wings.
With an impressive, 220-year history, McGreevy's was THE sports pub at the turn of the century, and that hasn't changed. Professional athletes, politicians, and businessmen often frequent here, mingling with diehard Boston fans alike.
The first president of Red Sox Nation opened up this sports bar in his own name to give dedicated to Red Sox fans a game-watching haven. With three locations across the city, patrons often boast that "it has more TVs than Best Buy."
Game On! has an expansive layout that features more than 90 HDTVs, private party rooms, and an impressive sound system. If you're feeling lucky, Game On! often holds ticket giveaways to nearly every sporting event in the Greater Boston Area.
Often found at the top of every "Best Chicago Sports Bars" list, Will's actually tends to cater towards Wisconsin sports fans. Come for the unbeatable game day drink specials, stay for the fried cheese curds and good-natured team rivalries.
On the other end of the spectrum is The Owner's Box in the downtown Dallas Omni Hotel, an expansive place boasting all of today’s technological advancements — including private TVs at various tables, and even above the urinals in the bathroom.
Blake’s Street Tavern isn’t just another sports bar with tons of TVs — it has a flowing, multi-room layout, allowing the bar to screen multiple games at once. While you're there, don't miss out on the tavern's award-winning menu specializing in green chili plates.
Jackson’s is, in a word, massive: over 30,000 square feet, with indoor and outdoor bar space. It's a bar with great amenities, like a free bus to and from the Broncos Invesco field on game day, and a flat fee open bar for private events.
Wash Park Sports Alley is a cozy and intimate dive-type bar. Its underground location makes for a dark, sultry ambience, but there's plenty of light coming from the TVs — one stationed in front of every table.
Located on the infamous Hollywood Boulevard, Goal has a great layout that offers optimal views of their TV screens and clever twists on pub favorites. Get their Irish nachos with prime rib and kick back with a cold one.
This sports bar revolves around the University of Michigan, so it's usually packed with students and fans looking to feel closer to home. But don't be discouraged by the college vibe, if that's not your thing, because it only means that drinks are cheap and food is well-portioned.
At Will Call, every spot in the joint is in view of a TV, so you won’t miss a game no matter where you sit. Their menu is killer, with options like the Mahi Reuben, that's not typically found on the menus of other sports bars.
Cooter Brown's is picked as the best sports bar in NOLA year after year. It features signature New Orleans food like soft shell crab, shrimp po’ boys, and alligator sausage, and upwards of 40 beers on tap at any given time.
If scotch is your drink of choice, then look no further than The Rusty Nail. Choose between their 30+ varieties of scotch whisky, and watch the game on a massive 86-inch screen from stadium-style seating.
Beer gardens are open, noisy and, of course, they’re all about beer. The Garden at Studio Square takes it a step further and adds 30 flat-screens and a 160-inch outdoor screen, making for a rowdy at-the-game experience.
Often vying for “Best Sports Bar in New York,” Standings makes it a point to be as honest a sports bar as you can find. Here there are no allegiances or rivalries, everybody is welcome to simply revel in the age and atmosphere of a true (read: old) sports bar. They have a great beer selection and casual atmosphere.
Big Al's, a massive sports bar in Beaverton, Ore., was designed to resemble a football stadium. With multiple big screen TVs and its own Jumbotron, finding the perfect vantage point is never a problem.
The Boxcar Ale House, a humble, no-nonsense dive bar, has traditional pub grub — the perfect companion to watching your favorite team — as well as cheap beer and plenty of TVs. During commercials, try your hand at darts, pool, or ping pong.
Spitfire is a bit more hip and polished than Boxcar, offering dozens of flatscreens and a giant projector for game day. Come for the crowds, the enthusiasm, and the great food (during happy hour it's just $7 for a pound of hot wings).
Any place that covers its pool tables with tarps on game day has got to know a thing or two about showing fans a good time. Between the cheap beer, the loud game-watchers and the great pub grub, this is one the best places to catch the game in DC.
There’s something about Mason Inn that makes people want to mingle. Five minutes in front of the long bar and you’re chatting with someone about a huge play or having a friendly banter about the best players. You won't find anything short of a memorable experience.