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Where to Watch College Football and NFL in Nashville

17 game day spots to eat wings, chug beer, and watch sports

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Broadway Brewhouse is a game day staple downtown.
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It’s football season in the South, that time of year when the weather finally starts to cool, and weddings are planned around specific Saturday and Sunday games. Whether a loyal Titans fan, a Nashville transplant rooting for a hometown team across the country, or a die-hard college football aficionado doesn’t matter — these sports bars all offer copious amounts of ice-cold beer, food, and of course, wall-to-wall televisions.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Scoreboard Bar & Grill

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Open since 1996, this bar and grill across from the the Opryland Hotel is known for smoked barbecue and hot chicken — but it’s also a popular place to watch football. It’s an official Packers Backers bar, so take note.

Noble's Kitchen & Beer Hall

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The self-proclaimed “beer hall for all” is family-friendly until 10 p.m. and has plenty of screens throughout to take in those weekend games. Noble’s offers 60 craft beer drafts, 60+ bottles and cans, plus sliders, wings, smoked meats, and more.

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Beyond the Edge

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Beyond the Edge has a decent selection of beers on tap and a pretty extensive menu, along with plenty of televisions. This bar allows smoking, but there is a designated non-smoking room with several flat screens and a separate bar.

Neighbors Germantown

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Neighbors Germantown is a “Cheers”-style bar that is prime for game days. There’s happy hour daily plus live music on Saturdays — but they promise not during football games.

Party Fowl Donelson

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The Donelson outpost of the hot chicken-joint-meets-sports bar boasts 46 TVs and six sound zones. Florida fans gravitate here on game days when an alumni group has a standing reservation to do the Gator Chomp. Every Sunday, pro football fans can stop by any of the locations to enjoy every live, out-of-market game thanks to NFL Sunday Ticket.

Corner Pub Downtown

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The Corner Pub’s new downtown outpost features big screens galore — capped off by a massive 48-foot LED video wall. The large Vegas-style bar offers 48 draft beers, which pair well with football, wings, nachos, and cheese fries.

Nashville Underground

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If bone-in Nashville hot chicken and Broadway are on the to-do list, it’s possible to do both while also cheering on that favorite team. The four-story bar and restaurant offers NFL Sunday ticket and plays featured games on the massive LED floor screen that otherwise poses as a dance floor.

City Tap House Nashville

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This Philly-based restaurant and bars Nashville outpost in SoBro has a huge space for game-watching — including a 15-foot LCD video wall to watch every touchdown and tackle extra closely. The hefty beer list and wide range of better-than-typical bar-fare food offerings make this one appealing to watch parties of all sizes and ages.

DawgHouse Saloon

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Crimson Tide fans convene at the Music Row bar that calls itself “a music row venue with a sports addiction.” It’s possible to see a TV screen from every single chair in the bar — so there’s not a bad seat in the house for game-watching while chowing down on beer-battered cheese sticks or sharing a sausage platter with fellow Alabama fans.

The Gumbo Bros

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Come football season, Nashvillians can expect lots of LSU and Saints fans on game days at this new spot, as well as hurricanes and daiquiris on tap and a TV-lined bar. Round it out with fall-friendly gumbo or a fried shrimp po’boy, and cap it off with a sno-ball.

Broadway Brewhouse

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The old-school game-day mainstay is known for affordable prices, abundant taps, wings, & Cajun dishes. There’s also plenty of TVs and a feeling like nothing ever changed in Nashville, and that’s mighty nice.

The Lost Paddy Irish Pub and Restaurant

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Irishman Micheál O’Leary’s traditional Irish pub opened earlier in 2019, providing a space for screening football games while eating bangers and mash, shepherd’s pie, and crispy Guinness-battered fish and chips. The sound is on for all games, but on other nights of the week you’ll find karaoke, songwriters nights, and live bands.

Double Dogs

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This Hillsboro Village sports bar with a dog-friendly patio added a second location in Sylvan Heights. With a large projection wall for important games, TVs spanning the wall and even in the bathroom, a moment of the game need never be missed.

South Side Kitchen & Pub

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Daniel Bockman’s sports hang South Side Kitchen & Pub on Nolensville Pike has become a go-to. neighborhood pub. It serves standard bar appetizers, salads, burgers, and entrees like fish and chips and chicken pot pie, but all are high-quality — don’t miss the nachos, an ideal gameday food.

M.L.Rose Craft Beer & Burgers - Melrose

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The comfortable neighborhood restaurant now has four locations, and each of them has ample televisions interspersed throughout. Burgers and loaded waffle fries pair well with the large selection of beer during gametime, and the West Nashville location has a great outdoor space where fans can hang during halftime and play giant Jenga.

Crow's Nest

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Crow’s Nest in Green Hills is a two-story restaurant and bar packed with TV screens and plenty of seating. There’s loads of beer on tap, plus a solid bar food situation involving house made pizza rolls, pickle chips, and pulled pork sliders.

Sam's Place

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Looking to avoid the traffic and crowds downtown? Linger on the edge in Belle Meade, while eating ribs or Sam’s supreme ‘kitchen sink’ pizza. TV screens line the exterior edge of the dining area at Sam’s Place — so you can see the game from wherever you happen to sit.

Scoreboard Bar & Grill

Open since 1996, this bar and grill across from the the Opryland Hotel is known for smoked barbecue and hot chicken — but it’s also a popular place to watch football. It’s an official Packers Backers bar, so take note.

Noble's Kitchen & Beer Hall

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The self-proclaimed “beer hall for all” is family-friendly until 10 p.m. and has plenty of screens throughout to take in those weekend games. Noble’s offers 60 craft beer drafts, 60+ bottles and cans, plus sliders, wings, smoked meats, and more.

Noble’s Kitchen & Beer Hall/Official

Beyond the Edge

Beyond the Edge has a decent selection of beers on tap and a pretty extensive menu, along with plenty of televisions. This bar allows smoking, but there is a designated non-smoking room with several flat screens and a separate bar.

Neighbors Germantown

Neighbors Germantown is a “Cheers”-style bar that is prime for game days. There’s happy hour daily plus live music on Saturdays — but they promise not during football games.

Party Fowl Donelson

The Donelson outpost of the hot chicken-joint-meets-sports bar boasts 46 TVs and six sound zones. Florida fans gravitate here on game days when an alumni group has a standing reservation to do the Gator Chomp. Every Sunday, pro football fans can stop by any of the locations to enjoy every live, out-of-market game thanks to NFL Sunday Ticket.

Corner Pub Downtown

The Corner Pub’s new downtown outpost features big screens galore — capped off by a massive 48-foot LED video wall. The large Vegas-style bar offers 48 draft beers, which pair well with football, wings, nachos, and cheese fries.

Nashville Underground

If bone-in Nashville hot chicken and Broadway are on the to-do list, it’s possible to do both while also cheering on that favorite team. The four-story bar and restaurant offers NFL Sunday ticket and plays featured games on the massive LED floor screen that otherwise poses as a dance floor.

City Tap House Nashville

This Philly-based restaurant and bars Nashville outpost in SoBro has a huge space for game-watching — including a 15-foot LCD video wall to watch every touchdown and tackle extra closely. The hefty beer list and wide range of better-than-typical bar-fare food offerings make this one appealing to watch parties of all sizes and ages.

DawgHouse Saloon

Crimson Tide fans convene at the Music Row bar that calls itself “a music row venue with a sports addiction.” It’s possible to see a TV screen from every single chair in the bar — so there’s not a bad seat in the house for game-watching while chowing down on beer-battered cheese sticks or sharing a sausage platter with fellow Alabama fans.

The Gumbo Bros

Come football season, Nashvillians can expect lots of LSU and Saints fans on game days at this new spot, as well as hurricanes and daiquiris on tap and a TV-lined bar. Round it out with fall-friendly gumbo or a fried shrimp po’boy, and cap it off with a sno-ball.

Broadway Brewhouse

The old-school game-day mainstay is known for affordable prices, abundant taps, wings, & Cajun dishes. There’s also plenty of TVs and a feeling like nothing ever changed in Nashville, and that’s mighty nice.

The Lost Paddy Irish Pub and Restaurant

Irishman Micheál O’Leary’s traditional Irish pub opened earlier in 2019, providing a space for screening football games while eating bangers and mash, shepherd’s pie, and crispy Guinness-battered fish and chips. The sound is on for all games, but on other nights of the week you’ll find karaoke, songwriters nights, and live bands.

Double Dogs

This Hillsboro Village sports bar with a dog-friendly patio added a second location in Sylvan Heights. With a large projection wall for important games, TVs spanning the wall and even in the bathroom, a moment of the game need never be missed.

South Side Kitchen & Pub

Daniel Bockman’s sports hang South Side Kitchen & Pub on Nolensville Pike has become a go-to. neighborhood pub. It serves standard bar appetizers, salads, burgers, and entrees like fish and chips and chicken pot pie, but all are high-quality — don’t miss the nachos, an ideal gameday food.

M.L.Rose Craft Beer & Burgers - Melrose

The comfortable neighborhood restaurant now has four locations, and each of them has ample televisions interspersed throughout. Burgers and loaded waffle fries pair well with the large selection of beer during gametime, and the West Nashville location has a great outdoor space where fans can hang during halftime and play giant Jenga.

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Crow's Nest

Crow’s Nest in Green Hills is a two-story restaurant and bar packed with TV screens and plenty of seating. There’s loads of beer on tap, plus a solid bar food situation involving house made pizza rolls, pickle chips, and pulled pork sliders.

Sam's Place

Looking to avoid the traffic and crowds downtown? Linger on the edge in Belle Meade, while eating ribs or Sam’s supreme ‘kitchen sink’ pizza. TV screens line the exterior edge of the dining area at Sam’s Place — so you can see the game from wherever you happen to sit.

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