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Wallaby’s Bar and Grille, Ames There may not be much room left on the walls of this Iowa State University outpost, but there is room for every major sports package on the bar’s 34 televisions, including those at many of the tables. Run by University of Kansas grads who list hobbies like bowling and “every possible sporting event” on their web site bios. Rootie’s Sports Bar & Grille, Louisville The chicken wing is the official face-stuffing of sports bar-game watching and this is one of its oldest laboratories.
There are more than 30 TVs, but only five kinds of wing: mild, medium, hot, honey barbecue and drop dead suicide. River Hill Sports Grille, Clarksville Contemporary without being cold, authentic without being a health code violation, the bar hangs 24 televisions over a rotating roster of craft beers and crab-based foodstuffs. Looney’s Pub South, Baltimore You don’t win games by wearing a prettier uniform and you don’t win sports fans with cocktail umbrellas. 1 sports bar in America earned that distinction over nearly 40 years, evidenced by walls papered in photos, jerseys and signed memorabilia of Boston sports greats, 42 televisions and competitive clam chowder, all across from TD Banknorth Garden, home of the Celtics and Bruins.
It’s also got to make watching sports central to the experience; the kind of place that won’t stop until they find the game you’re looking for on satellite and, ideally, play the audio. Then we adopted an "at least one bar from every state" rule to ensure regional variety (see Hawaii and Mississippi for examples).
Finally, we incorporated our own extensive experience. Heroes Sports Bar & Grille, Mobile Far from the big-box, one-size-fits-all sports-drinking coliseum represented by many of the bars on this list, Heroes prides itself on its independence, with a large craft beer selection, outdoor seating and TVs wherever they can cram ’em. Rock Bottom American Pub, Montgomery Rock Bottom never takes its eye off the ball, with more than 30 HDTVs, three 110-foot screens, an outdoor patio, dozens of beers, a hefty burger for 15 bucks, darts, pool and “the tri-county’s only surround sound sports lounge.” 3.
And in a part of the planet dominated by nationwide chains, this indie stands tall, with plenty of space, TVs, dartboards, pool tables and exemplary bar food. Big Wangs, Los Angeles Adheres to all of the standard sports bar criteria -- countless monitors, rowdies and beers on tap -- but the unique selling point here is the wangs -- er, wings.
Big, saucy and routinely on special, they come bony, boneless, in quesadillas, on sandwiches and all over dress shirts. The Boardroom, San Francisco A sports bar for the tongue-ring set, the sports imagery on the walls tends to be more artistic and the tater tots tend to be more wrapped in bacon. Kezar Pub & Restaurant, San Francisco Like a millionaire who rides the subway, this unassuming Irish pub humbly hides pool tables, darts, video games, 26 draft beers, 20 TVs and wings that the San Francisco Chronicle has hailed the best in the city. Players Sports Bar, San Diego The fan presence here is as much national as local -- makes sense in one of the nation’s largest military towns -- with the bar’s 70-plus TVs habitually tuned to the Universities of California, Illinois, Missouri, Texas and North Carolina for their attendant alumni and fans. Ricky’s Sports Theater and Grill, San Leandro Since 1946, Ricky’s has been accumulating memorabilia and televisions -- more than 90 and counting -- for fans of all sports, but especially football, and especially Raiders football. The 100-plus beer menu is similarly all-inclusive, from Old Milwaukee Tall Boys to rare Belgian grogs served in snifters. The Royal Peasant, Athens It ain’t much to look at, but if you want to watch English Premiere League football/soccer in this part of the world, this is the place to pull up a stool.
The bar supports both University of Louisville and Kentucky teams and, presumably, all of the ensuing arguments. Cooter Brown’s, New Orleans Equal parts sports and oyster bar, there are lots of TVs, character and raw seafood for the iconoclast sports fan. Drink your beer, eat your hot crab dip, watch your game on a plenitude of televisions and we’ll all walk out of here happy, capisce? The Bleacher Bar, Boston Situated beneath the outfield seats of Fenway Park, the roll door backing this former batting practice room looks out directly onto the field, giving patrons a ticket-less view of the game -- even the ones in the men’s bathroom, for whom a window above the best urinals location in America looks over everything. Hit the Canal Street original if you can (it’s reportedly one of the nation’s first sports bars), but see web site for other Boston-area locations. Mc Greevy’s 3rd Base Saloon, Boston This Irish bar claims, among other things, to be the birthplace of Red Sox Nation and the nation’s first sports bar (opened in 1894 by “Nuf Ced” Mc Greevy), which, even in what-have-you-done-for-me-lately America, counts for something.
Additional facets include a selection of beers that numbers in the hundreds and unique bayou delicacies like alligator sausage and shrimp po’ boys. Binga’s Stadium Smokehouse & Sports Bar, Portland This recent merger of a long-standing sports bar and chicken wing concessionaire is still growing into its jock, but its smoked barbecue, famous wings, 30-plus tap beers and TVs at each booth place its upside sky-high. Hero’s Sports Grill & Entertainment Center, Bangor If you’ve got any time left after suggesting the mile-long name of this place to your buddies, bring ’em on down for all of the flat screens, free popcorn and florescent-lit sports drinking you can handle. Just “1,200 steps from Fenway Park,” Mc Greevy’s is a perennial winner of best local sports bar awards. Cheli’s Chili Bar, Detroit Across from Comerica Park and within proximity to Detroit’s other major sports teams and venues, Cheli’s sweet spot is baseball season, when its rooftop welcomes 81 games worth of winter-weary Tigers fans. Inside, 36 TVs either ring the walls or drop down from the heavens. Nemo’s, Detroit The old Tiger Stadium is gone, but the bar built to serve it almost 50 years ago remains, flipping signature burgers and beers to patrons unswayed by the seductions of more contemporary establishments. The Well Sports Tavern & Grill, Coon Rapids Sixteen TVs, 11 varieties of wings and three very important words: peanut butter burger.
A truly great sports bar must be awash in TVs, offer an inordinate selection of beers and excel at frying chicken in some form or other. Then we solicited recommendations from local correspondents, bloggers and sports fans.
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