If your Instagram is anything like mine, it has been filled with “fall is here” posts… but for us in Arizona that means temps have cooled…slightly. My favorite way to tell that fall is here – FOOTBALL is back! Whether you are an avid college football fan or die-hard NFL fan, there is no shortage of great places to watch the game in the Valley. We’ve got you covered with a list of the best places to catch the game – and enjoy amazing food and drinks!
Blue 32 Sports Grill
With four locations throughout the Valley, this is a great place to catch the game. Each location has anywhere from 28 – 40 TV’s, perfect for watching any and every game Thursday through Monday. Add great food and drink specials, and you have a great place to watch the game. For more information and locations, visit blue32sportsgrill.com.
Zipps Sports Grill
Every game on Sunday and great breakfast specials? This is a tried-and-true great place to catch the games. For more information and locations, visit zippssportsgrills.com.
Duke’s Sports Bar
Voted Scottsdale’s favorite sports bar for the last 18 years, this is a great place to cheer on your favorite teams. Duke’s is complete with a make your own Bloody Mary bar until 4 PM. Breakfast served until 11:30 a.m on Saturday and Sunday. For more information, visit dukessportsbar.com.
Culinary Dropout at The Yard
Every Sunday is all about football when you’re at Culinary Dropout. Enjoy great game day food options like grilled cheese slider and pretzels and fondue while you cheer for your favorite team. For more information, visit foxrc.com.
Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill
Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill at Tempe Marketplace isn’t a typical sports bar but that’s what makes it an excellent place to watch the game. Enjoy 52 craft beers on tap and delightful pub fare to celebrate, or drown your sorrows. For more information, visit thirstyliongastropub.com.
If you are siting at the long bar, in the dining room or on the spacious patio, there isn’t a bad seat in the house. There are plenty of big screens and there is a good chance that your game will be on. During the season, there is ample amounts of breakfast options from omelets, pancakes and biscuits and gravy. For more information, visit arcadiatavern.com.
On Sundays Majerle’s opens at 10 a.m. and the breakfast menu is available until 1 p.m. With a total of 47 flat screen, high definition televisions you are guaranteed to not miss a single drive or game. For more information, visit majerles.com.
Other great options to catch all the games include Bevvy, Dierk’s Bentley’s Whiskey Row, Half Moon Windy City Sports Grill and Santisi Brothers.
Any other great places to catch the game? Let me know!