With summer entering its final month, sports fans are eagerly awaiting the start of the season of their favorite team or sport. Or maybe you’re already fully embedded into the late summer sports world.
If you can’t cheer for your team in-person, then do the next best thing: Watch football, basketball, baseball, soccer and everything in between on the big screen with friends and tasty food and drinks at the ready.
Get set to quench your thirst for a special sports-watching experience at these champion-level establishments in Idaho.
Field House American Sports Pub
This place has more than 28 rotating taps of local craft beer and other tasty beverages to celebrate a big win. With over a dozen HD TVs, you won’t ever miss any of the sports action, either.
The menu is packed with classic takes on bar food, many of which will be on the happy hour menu. Bar goers can enjoy nachos, wings, French fries, sweet potato fries and sliders at special prices seven days a week.
The full menu includes breakfast, tacos, wings, various fries, salads, hot dogs, burgers, sandwiches and more.
Fans of Republic Bar & Grill come back for the vibrancy and energy, which have been glowing since 2012. Want to watch the big UFC match or enjoy the best of Sunday football? Then this is the place to be. The bar serves amazing fast food and features 20 large TV screens, so you won’t miss any of the big plays or moments.
Located in the heart of midtown, Republic Bar & Grill matches the energy of its surroundings. There’s indoor and outdoor seating and late night eats. Food highlights include loaded tots, egg rolls, wings, salads, hot dogs, sliders, chicken sandwiches, Philly cheesesteaks and various desserts.
You can also compete with your company and play video games, Skee-ball, billiards, darts and boardgames.
Twin Peaks is a premier sporting bar destination. Visitors can partake in scratch-made food and frosty-cold beverages and see TVs from every angle.
The full bar serves up more than traditional draft beer. There’s a drink for every style, served iced cold. Meals include burgers seared to order, chicken tenders and wings that are made with a variety of sauces and dry rubs.
Clubhouse 56 is a unique sports bar venue that’s inviting to everyone. This neighborhood establishment will wow you with its food, drinks and service. There are several beers on tap and an extensive wine list.
Unlike some sports bars, you will actually be able to both see and hear the games on several HD TVs, including two movie theater screens. You’ll feel like you’re seated at center court with the state-of-the-art sound system.
The menu is also a home run. You’ll find smaller plates, such as angus beef sliders, wings, mozzarella sticks, quesadillas, street tacos and nachos. Sandwiches, hot dogs, signature burgers and daily specials are also part of the deal.
Located within walking distance of the Golden 1 Center, Yard House is your high-end bar chain with a menu that overfills with New American foods and draft beers. Catch the game on high definition, enjoy more than 100 dishes that are made fresh daily and select from dozens of on-tap drinks.
Appetizer highlights include poke nachos, chicken nachos, onion ring tower, classic sliders, jumbo Bavarian pretzel, firecracker shrimp, queso dip, chicken lettuce wraps and so much more.
Here’s another one to file under the neighborhood sports bar category. Henry’s Lounge serves a number of local beers, wines and other mixed drinks. Sports fans can order nachos, wings, French fries, sliders, hot dogs, burgers, sandwiches and even brunch on the weekends.
Along with the TVs, there’s also a little arcade to burn off any extra energy from the big game. There’s pinball and a variety of classic video games to test your skills on.
Established in 2005, the bar is modeled after the Honolulu bar scene focusing on craft beer, fresh food, hospitality and quality entertainment. From the moment you step inside, you will experience a taste of the islands.
You will find plenty of screen displays and a relaxing spot for all your favorite sporting events.
Make sure to bring your appetite because there’s plenty to choose from. King’s wings, golden coconut shrimp, buffalo cauliflower, crispy furikake calamari, soft pretzel and holo holo nachos are just the beginning. You can also order from a number of hand-tossed pizzas, salads, burgers and Island fare such as poke, spam bites, loco moco, pork mac and fish and fries.
Sacramento has a ton of great places to eat and watch a game. It is yet another reason why so many love to call it home. If you are interested in purchasing a new home in Sacramento, contact us today!