Best Places to Watch Football in West Palm Beach
If you’re looking for a fun way to spend an afternoon or evening while enjoying a viewing of your favorite football team, then you’ll want to stop by one of the best places to watch football in West Palm Beach. There are plenty of bars and pubs in our area, but few that have the atmosphere, hospitality, and amenities of the four we’ve listed below.
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Brass Ring Pub
If award-winning chicken wings, and the #1 best burgers in Palm Beach County are features you’d like to see on the menu at your local sports destination, then Brass Ring Pub is the place to be. Awarded by The Palm Beach Post for their excellent food, the pub has been a local favorite since 1986. This great place to watch football is family-friendly, which means it’s a great place to share your love of the great American sport with the kiddos.
Our Favorite Dish: The Lazy wings are an easy favorite – buffalo style strips served up with fries or veggies and ranch or bleu cheese.
Connolly’s Sports Bar & Grill
Connolly’s, a local institution, is a neighborhood favorite thanks to fun ongoing activities like Monday Nights 8 ball tournament that features 40 cent wings and $7 pitchers. The bar event features a Pittsburgh Steelers fan club and frequent football parties that are perfect for those West Palm Beach transplants and visitors who don’t want to abandon their favorite team.
Our Favorite Dish: While we love wings, we also love a good burger. The Munchies is a ½ lb. handcrafted burger between two grilled cheese sandwiches and crispy bacon. It’s served up with hand cut French fries.
Duffy’s Sports Grill
It may be a major chain and it may be a little more corporate than the others on our list, but there’s something about Duffy’s Sports Grill that always has us going back for more. The restaurant and bar has a super fun atmosphere and always has good food. They even offer a Football Features menu that features fun seasonal menu items.
Our Favorite Dish: We recommend the Open-Faced Meatball Sliders from the Football Favorites menu. It’s a delicious treat of homemade meatballs simmered in marinara sauce and served with Parmesan cheese on toasted baguette slices.
Sports Page Bar & Grill
If you want a unique experience with every game on you can imagine, then you want Sports Page Bar & Grill. This local institution has 50 flat screen HD TVs around the restaurant that are perfectly placed so you never miss a play. And their incredible food will keep you coming back week after week. The bar’s coolest feature is probably the Chill-Rite draft system that keeps your pint a cool 32 degrees whether it’s coming out of the tap or in your glass on the bar.
Our Favorite Dish: Fish and Chips is always a good choice at Sports Page Bar & Grill. The dish is battered and deep fried and served up with fries, coleslaw, and tartar sauce.