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11 Fan-Tastic Sports Bars

Watching the game is better in Dallas at these lively sport bars. 

The Rustic

The Rustic is a full-service restaurant and bar featuring local ingredients and beverages, live music seven nights a week, and an award-winning outdoor patio in Uptown Dallas. Regular coordinated sport-viewing events and a wide variety of local brews make this a sports-lovers' paradise.

The Owner's Box

Need a place to catch the game? The Owner's Box at the Omni Dallas Hotel is a sports lover's dream. The full-service bar is a popular spot for locals and hotel guests so you're likely to make friends with a fellow sports fan.

Nodding Donkey

Craft beers and delicious food galore! This sports bar in Uptown is a popular spot to watch both college football and the Cowboys on their 20 big screen TVs. Along with a chef-driven menu and wide range of craft beers, this the perfect place to watch your favorite sports match.

Uncle Uber's

This eccentric small sandwich shop offers a great selection of beers as well as the ideal sports bar environment. LCD HDTVs are abundant and the simple food is the real standout feature: the famous sandwiches and hand cut fries cater to all sorts of tastes.

Stan's Blue Note

Fill up on comfort food and beer at the Stan's Blue Note on Greenville Ave. This popular hangout spot is characterized by its cheap and beer-centric concept and has TVs everywhere you turn so you don't miss a second of the game.

Press Box Grill

With 24 Texas beers on tap and an expansive menu full of bar favorites like burgers, wings and fries, Press Box Grill is a great spot to watch your favorite sports team. Located in the historic Wilson Building in downtown Dallas, this spot is popular for locals and visitors alike.

Frankie's Downtown

Cold beer and a classic sports menu, Frankie’s is where all the locals go. In a singing mood? Stop by Frankie’s on Wednesday nights for their weekly open mic night or Fridays when they host local musicians.

Cedar Springs Tap House

Located in the heart of Dallas’ LGBTQ community, Cedar Springs Tap House has plenty of TVs to catch the game. Their food menu consists of a mix of Tex-Mex staples and sports bar favorites like burgers, wings and pizza. Head over during the weekend for their famous Hangover Brunch – the perfect cure for your weekend blues, with mimosa carafes and bloody Mary’s served until 3 p.m.

Henderson Tap House

You’re sure to find the game you are looking for in the 7,000-square-foot Henderson Tap House and its plethora of TVs both inside and out. Come for the game and stay for the late-night brick oven pizzas and large selection of craft beers and local spirits.

Christies Sports Bar

Known as the “Original Sports Bar in Uptown,” Christies is not only the perfect spot for watching the game, but also to play some of your own. With two pool tables, beer pong, Megatouch and Pinball machines, halftime will fly by and you’ll be back watching the game in no time.

Bryan Street Tavern

Delicious pizza and craft beer. What more can you ask for when watching your favorite sports team? Bryan Street Tavern has daily specials, so no matter what day of the week your team is playing, you’re sure to find a good deal! Take a break from the game with a round of pool or bring your furry friend along and enjoy a cold brew on the patio.

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Last updated on 02/06/2020.