The Best Bar to Watch Football in Every State

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Oklahoma: O’Connell’s Irish Pub & Grille
> Located: Norman

“There are tons of TVs, so you can always catch your favorite team playing” at this sports-themed Irish pub, says one Yelp reviewer. Norman, of course, is Sooner territory, and O’Connell’s is virtually across the street from the team’s home stadium. Pro ball is honored here, too, however, with special deals like Monday night football double header showings accompanied by 60-cent wings.

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Oregon: Big Al’s
> Located: Beaverton

Al’s broadcasts NFL Sunday Ticket, Pac-12 Network, Big-10 Network, and SEC Network football on a 55′ HD projection screen, surrounded by stadium seating. A special game day menu for Monday and Thursday NFL games includes three sliders for $8 or two tacos and a margarita for $10. For before or after (or instead of) the game, there’s also a video arcade and a bowling alley on the premises.

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Pennsylvania: Chickie’s and Pete’s
> Located: Philadelphia

The original Robbins Avenue location of Chickie’s and Pete’s has spawned a 34-unit chain of sports bar and stadium stands in eight states. The chain partners with the Philadelphia Eagles and is the official caterer for the Touchdown Club at Lincoln Financial Field. Chickie’s and Pete’s is famous for its Crabfries (crinkle-cut french fries sprinkled with crab-boil spices and served with a white cheese dipping sauce.

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Rhode Island: Caleb and Broad
> Located: Newport

A 120″ projection screen with surround sound and a snack menu featuring things like house-made beef jerky and fried chicken skins with veggie gravy are among the game day attractions here. One Yelper called it “a great place to watch sports,” adding that “also when sports aren’t on, it is a great place for a romantic dinner.”

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South Carolina: The Break
> Located: Charleston

“More TVs than I can count,” “bench seats/booths [that] all have their own TVs,” and “great vibes all around” appeal to Yelpers, as do the cheap drinks, spacious bar, and good selection of spirits. Eater likes the fried chicken sandwich.

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