Now that Super Bowl LV is less than two weeks away, it’s time to start making your watch plans.
If you are not going to be at the big game at Ray Jay, or hosting your own SBLV home party, then consider checking out one of these 12 signature Tampa Bay area sports bars.
Don't forget your mask. And make sure to practice social distancing.
📍Hattricks Tavern | 107 S Franklin St., Tampa
Pro tip: Come in for their famous wings.
📍Ferg’s Sports Bar | 1320 Central Ave., St. Petersburg
DYK: Ferg’s has its own dog park where even your pup can enjoy game day. It has been named as one of the Top 101 Sports Bars by CNN.
📍Park & Rec | 100 4th St. S, St. Petersburg + 290 S Meridian Ave., Tampa
Pro tip: Perfect spot for anyone with a dance area, adult playground and arcade games for the inner child.
📍The Patio | 421 S MacDill Ave., Tampa
DYK: The Patio is a proud supporter of the New York Bills and fans.
📍MacDinton’s Irish Pub | 242 1st Ave. N, St. Petersburg + 405 S Howard Ave., Tampa
Pro tip: There is a full Irish pub food menu and both indoor and outdoor bars/seating.
📍The Avenue | 330 1st Ave. S, St. Petersburg
Pro tip: You won’t miss a single play with 48 TVs and two full bars.
📍Yard of Ale | 260 1st Ave. N, St. Petersburg + 406 S Howard Ave., Tampa
DYK: Noted as Tampa Bay’s top craft beer destination with 20 beers on tap and 75 bottled options to choose from.
📍Thirsty First | 119 1st Ave. N, St. Petersburg
DYK: The menu features unique food options like the “Grilled Shorty” sandwich made with braised short rib and beer mac and cheese.
📍Crafty Squirrel | 259 Central Ave., St. Petersburg
📍Miller’s Ale House | 2108 E Fowler Ave., Tampa
DYK: While this is a chain, there are 75+ beer varieties to choose from.
📍The SOHO Backyard | 610 S Armenia Ave., Tampa
DYK: Voted "Best Pub With A Palate" by Tampa Bay Metro Magazine 2015
📍The Galley | 27 4th St. N, St. Petersburg
DYK: This nautical theme pub was opened by two St. Pete native locals in 2016.