GREAT BARS FOR WATCHING SPORTS
The George Jones
The George Jones, located right off Broadway in downtown Nashville, is a spacious spot to watch the game on over 20 HD TVs. Enjoy views of Nissan Stadium and the Cumberland River from the rooftop patio, which is heated and partially covered during the colder months. On fall game days there’s even giant beer pong and other fun drinking games on the rooftop.
M.L.Rose is a casual place to meet your friends and grab a burger and a beer. There are televisions throughout each location (Melrose, Sylvan Park, & Capitol View), but make sure your game is on before heading there. The Melrose location has plenty of arcade games to keep you busy during halftime while the West Nashville location has a huge outdoor area with giant Jenga.
Acme Feed & Seed
Acme‘s second floor is a top destination for sports watching due to its open seating and standing area. You can grab a big booth or group of chairs to mingle with friends. Also, there’s a huge rooftop bar with a bunch of TVs and great views of the city.
Head to Tavern in Midtown for delicious food and an upbeat atmosphere. Tavern has 14 TVs for sports enthusiasts, plus some of the best food in Midtown for those wanting something better than typical bar food. Important Tip: Tavern’s brunch is one of the most popular in the city, so get there early on Saturdays and Sundays.
The Ainsworth is a recent addition to the Nashville restaurant scene, offering a more upscale, sports-friendly atmosphere. There’s a nine-screen TV wall and dozens of HD TVs throughout the restaurant. Sit at the central bar or grab a booth for your entire crew. Make sure to get a group photo under the the “Nashville” wall in the front dining area before you leave.
Play pinball and arcade games while you watch your favorite team on the 200″ HD projector screen at Headquarters Beercade in SoBro. There are 30 vintage arcade games, pinball machines, a dozen beers on draft, and a creative cocktail menu.
Midtown’s Hopsmith Tavern is a multi-floor neighborhood gathering spot next to Slider House. Grab a booth with your crew, roll solo at the bar, or take a seat on one of the outdoor patios. Draft beers are flowing here, including a couple tables where you can pour your own drafts. Wraps, sliders, burgers, and a foot-long grilled cheese are just a handful of the menu options.
City Tap House
If you’re in the Downtown/SoBro area, City Tap House has an exceptional craft beer list in addition to many TVs, including a 15-foot LCD video wall. This is an American pub and restaurant based out of Philly. Expect elevated pub classics like Maryland-style crab cakes and Korean short rib tacos.
BoomBozz Craft Pizza & Taphouse
Neighborhood: East Nashville
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