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Cozy up to the bar at Harwood Arms for the Super Bowl — or any big game.
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10 Great Sports Bars to Watch Dallas-Fort Worth Teams

Enjoy the game on big TVs with cold drinks and comfort food

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Cozy up to the bar at Harwood Arms for the Super Bowl — or any big game.
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The Dallas bar scene has something for everyone, from high-end cocktail joints to laid-back dives. The best Dallas sports bars are stocked with TVs, quick with the drinks, and draw fun-loving crowds ready to cheer on their favorite teams. So, when sports are your top priority, the city abides.

The Super Bowl is on Sunday, February 12, so you need a spot to watch the game alongside friends and game-day essentials, like beer and snacks. So head to one of these Dallas sports bars for food specials, themed drinks, and big screens as far as the eye can see.

The Cowboys didn’t make it this year (for the 27th year in a row), but here are a few great spots to watch the Super Bowl — or any game. Pull up a stool, grab a beer, and live vicariously through the big screens for a while.

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Legacy Hall

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Head to Plano, and you can watch the game on a 24-foot LED screen with the sound on, while sampling the goods at 20 different food vendors. The Hall is also offering a Nacho Extravaganza, with multiple concepts serving their take on nachos, from chips topped with cheese and brisket to lamb-loaded fries. For the best view of the action, plus food, cocktails, and party favors, reserve a table in the Box Garden.

Flying Saucer Draught Emporium

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Flying Saucer is hosting a Super Bowl party with giant pizzas, themed drinks, and appetizer specials, plus a chili cook off. Sample them all and vote for your favorite.

Stan's Blue Note

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Win or lose, grab a $12 beer pitcher to celebrate (or mourn, whatever), or go a la carte with discounted domestic pints and shots. Either way, pair your drinks with the bar’s better than expected food, including jumbo wings and a meatball sub.

Christies

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With TVs lining every wall across the two-story space, there’s not a bad seat in the house, whether you’re watching the game or more focused on the commercials. Both are better with classic bar food like wings, burgers, and nachos, or the surprisingly good charcuterie board, stocked meats and cheeses, pickled vegetables, grain mustard, and preserves.

Henderson Tap House

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With three dozen TVs, your game-watching is covered. And with a fan-friendly menu stocked with burgers, pizzas, and beer pitchers, so is your sustenance.

The Pour House

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Oak Cliff’s neighborhood sports bar will show the game on its 26 TVs, so you’re free to concentrate on your Buffalo chicken sandwich and ice-cold beer.

Quarter Bar Uptown

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The McKinney Avenue hangout is celebrating the game with a watch party and table packages for four, six, or 15 people. Each comes with beer buckets and wings — the more people, the more of each.

Poco Fiasco

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The fun pizza-and-martini spot is offering all-you-can-eat access for $65 per person, and large-format drink specials will be themed to the participating teams. Reservations are required and will guarantee your seat starting one hour before kickoff through the final whistle.

Harwood Arms

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The British pub is embracing American football, with TVs tuned to the game and food and drink specials available throughout the day. You’ll also find UK favorites, like Shepherd’s pie and fish and chips, served alongside fresh pints and a well-stocked whiskey library.

Happiest Hour

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This two-story bar opens at 11 a.m., so arrive early to warm up with drinks and snacks. The game will be on the 30-plus TVs, the bar’s lined with 50 drafts, and you can expect a surprise halftime performance. All that is open to the public, but there’s also a ticketed event on the rooftop featuring theater-style seating, a video wall showing the game, and access to a premium open bar from 4 to 11 p.m.

Hero by HG

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The 24,000-square-foot space has TVs everywhere you look, so you won’t miss a single play, and six bars are on the premises, so you’re never far from a drink. Grab a draft beer and the Remedy Burger, then head toward the back of the bar and park yourself in front of the 24-foot HD screen.

Punch Bowl Social Dallas

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Watch the game on TV while you play some games of your own, like bowling and ping-pong. General admission is free and gets you in the door, where you can partake in eight-person punch bowls, burgers, and nachos. VIP tickets include access to a private lounge with a projector screen, plus a buffet and two drink tickets.

Rodeo Bar

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This fun-loving bar attached to the Adolphus Hotel is serving two specialty burgers for the big game. They’re also honoring happy hour all day, with fan-favorites like green chili queso, chili cheese fries, and Texas chili, plus boilermakers, house wines, and draft beers, all priced at just $6 each.

Jaxon Beer Garden

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Jaxon is hosting an indoor/outdoor watch party that will show the game on 28 big TVs, plus the even bigger patio projection screen. The bar will unveil food and drink specials for game day, and DJ Mike B will keep the energy high from start to finish.

Legacy Hall

Head to Plano, and you can watch the game on a 24-foot LED screen with the sound on, while sampling the goods at 20 different food vendors. The Hall is also offering a Nacho Extravaganza, with multiple concepts serving their take on nachos, from chips topped with cheese and brisket to lamb-loaded fries. For the best view of the action, plus food, cocktails, and party favors, reserve a table in the Box Garden.

Flying Saucer Draught Emporium

Flying Saucer is hosting a Super Bowl party with giant pizzas, themed drinks, and appetizer specials, plus a chili cook off. Sample them all and vote for your favorite.

Stan's Blue Note

Win or lose, grab a $12 beer pitcher to celebrate (or mourn, whatever), or go a la carte with discounted domestic pints and shots. Either way, pair your drinks with the bar’s better than expected food, including jumbo wings and a meatball sub.

Christies

With TVs lining every wall across the two-story space, there’s not a bad seat in the house, whether you’re watching the game or more focused on the commercials. Both are better with classic bar food like wings, burgers, and nachos, or the surprisingly good charcuterie board, stocked meats and cheeses, pickled vegetables, grain mustard, and preserves.

Henderson Tap House

With three dozen TVs, your game-watching is covered. And with a fan-friendly menu stocked with burgers, pizzas, and beer pitchers, so is your sustenance.

The Pour House

Oak Cliff’s neighborhood sports bar will show the game on its 26 TVs, so you’re free to concentrate on your Buffalo chicken sandwich and ice-cold beer.

Quarter Bar Uptown

The McKinney Avenue hangout is celebrating the game with a watch party and table packages for four, six, or 15 people. Each comes with beer buckets and wings — the more people, the more of each.

Poco Fiasco

The fun pizza-and-martini spot is offering all-you-can-eat access for $65 per person, and large-format drink specials will be themed to the participating teams. Reservations are required and will guarantee your seat starting one hour before kickoff through the final whistle.

Harwood Arms

The British pub is embracing American football, with TVs tuned to the game and food and drink specials available throughout the day. You’ll also find UK favorites, like Shepherd’s pie and fish and chips, served alongside fresh pints and a well-stocked whiskey library.

Happiest Hour

This two-story bar opens at 11 a.m., so arrive early to warm up with drinks and snacks. The game will be on the 30-plus TVs, the bar’s lined with 50 drafts, and you can expect a surprise halftime performance. All that is open to the public, but there’s also a ticketed event on the rooftop featuring theater-style seating, a video wall showing the game, and access to a premium open bar from 4 to 11 p.m.

Hero by HG

The 24,000-square-foot space has TVs everywhere you look, so you won’t miss a single play, and six bars are on the premises, so you’re never far from a drink. Grab a draft beer and the Remedy Burger, then head toward the back of the bar and park yourself in front of the 24-foot HD screen.

Punch Bowl Social Dallas

Watch the game on TV while you play some games of your own, like bowling and ping-pong. General admission is free and gets you in the door, where you can partake in eight-person punch bowls, burgers, and nachos. VIP tickets include access to a private lounge with a projector screen, plus a buffet and two drink tickets.

Rodeo Bar

This fun-loving bar attached to the Adolphus Hotel is serving two specialty burgers for the big game. They’re also honoring happy hour all day, with fan-favorites like green chili queso, chili cheese fries, and Texas chili, plus boilermakers, house wines, and draft beers, all priced at just $6 each.

Jaxon Beer Garden

Jaxon is hosting an indoor/outdoor watch party that will show the game on 28 big TVs, plus the even bigger patio projection screen. The bar will unveil food and drink specials for game day, and DJ Mike B will keep the energy high from start to finish.

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