Colorado: Blake Street Tavern
> Located: Denver
Named Denver’s best sports bar by several publications, Blake Street is divided into four separate areas with state-of-the-art sound environments, 65 4K Ultra-HD TVs, an oversized projection screen, three bars, and an outdoor patio with mountain views. If you want to get in on some of the gridiron action yourself, Blake Street also sponsors teams in the Denver Flag Football League.
Connecticut: The Blind Rhino
> Located: Norwalk and Black Rock (Bridgeport)
This is “a great place to watch football,” enthuses one Yelp reviewer. “You can sit at the bar, booth, or tables and you’ll still have TVs everywhere to catch every play.” “So many TVs,” adds another. The 20 beers, ciders, and hard seltzers on tap and 28 in cans help set a festive mood, and wings are on the menu in about a dozen varieties.
Delaware: Rocco Italian Grill & Sports Bar
> Located: Wilmington
Yelp reviewers gave this family-owned, sports-oriented Italian restaurant (New York-style pizza and stromboli are among the featured dishes) the highest rating of any sports bar in the state. “Definitely a solid spot to watch Sunday night football,” wrote one. “They have plenty of TVs to cover any sports game,” noted another.
Florida: Station 28
> Located: Miami
Yelp covers some 647 sports bars in Florida, and this one ranks fifth highest of them all. The food here is Peruvian (including “hamburgers and sandwiches made in Peru”), and the international clientele indoors or in the colorful outdoor sports bar may be somewhat oriented to “futbol” (soccer), but American football is on the viewing menu, too, and the place has been hailed as one of the best places in Miami to watch the Super Bowl.
> Located: Atlanta
Murph’s proprietor Dale Murphy says that the place was “inspired by my love of baseball.” On weekends, though, it’s definitely a football bar, with Florida State games on the screens on Saturdays, and NFL action on Sundays. Displaced Rutgers and Notre Dame fans tend to gather here, too.
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