Alabama: The Houndstooth
> Located: Tuscaloosa
If you’re an Auburn or LSU fan, keep it to yourself here. The Houndstooth is Crimson Tide territory. Sports Illustrated ranks it among the top college sports bars in the country. Watch the action on more than 40 high-def flat-screen TVs, including five 65″ screens above the bar and a 150″ projection screen. There are even TVs in the bathrooms.
Alaska: McGivney’s Sports Bar and Grill
> Located: Juneau
McGivney’s promises “Every Game, Every Day,” shown on 16 TV screens at both its two Juneau locations. The menu offers wings, nachos, burgers, and other appropriate fare. The bar also hosts what it bills as the biggest Super Bowl party in town.
Arizona: K O’Donnell’s Sports Bar & Grill
> Located: Scottsdale
Founded by legendary poker player Kevin O’Donnell and now run by his daughter, this Scottsdale hotspot shows the game day action on 70 TV screens. Post-game there’s a “reverse happy hour” running from 9 p.m. to closing every night. (If you’re a fan not just of football but of the sport of kings, O’Donnell’s also has facilities for off-track betting.)
Arkansas: Brewski’s Pub & Grub
> Located: Little Rock
With more than 30 TVs and two giant projector screens, Brewski’s shows all NFL Sunday Ticket and RedZone games, as well as college football and every other sport you can imagine. Burgers, nachos, beer, and such are served — and if watching football spurs your competitive instincts, you can play shuffleboard, pool, beer pong and other games here, too.
California: Ricky’s Sports Theater and Grill
> Located: San Leandro
Ricky’s has been known as the ultimate hangout for Oakland Raiders fans (it’s less than 15 minutes from the Oakland-Alameda Coliseum). Whether or not fans will still come after the team relocates to Las Vegas next year remains to be seen. In any event, Ricky’s has also been named one of the best places in the Bay Area to watch the Super Bowl — not least because it boasts more than 90 TV screens.
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