PAVLOV’s Picks: Fort Worth’s Best Spots to Watch Football

When it comes to football season, everything really is bigger in Texas. Tis’ the season that makes Saturdays – and Sundays, Mondays, and Thursdays – worth celebrating. Finding the best place to watch a game can be just as important as the action on the field. To help decide your ideal game-watching location, check out PAVLOV’s picks!

1. City Works

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With 9,000 sq. ft. of dining, bar and patio space, 90 craft beers on draft, and 18 massive flat screen TVs, City Works puts you at the heart of all the action. This new restaurant, located in The Shops at Clearfork, offers classic American food “with modern and unexpected twists.” Try a few of their beers and soothe the football nerves! 

2. Landmark Bar & Kitchen

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One of the original bars and largest patios in Fort Worth’s West 7th area, Landmark Bar & Kitchen is an ideal spot for entertainment. Watch your favorite team play on one of their 30 HD TVs or four Jumbo Projectors while you sip on a chilling 29° beer or signature fishbowl cocktail. Landmark’s modern-version arcade games and mechanical bull are perfect for celebrating a win or mourning a loss!

3. Buffalo Bros

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Buffalo Bros, commonly known as “Buff Bros,” is a popular spot to watch football for Fort Worthians. With 40 HD TVs, an enclosed patio, and “any way you want them” wings, it’s no surprise this area TCU-area spot gets packed and rowdy on game days – but that’s the charm! Grab a pitcher and a frosty schooner, it’s the perfect place to hangout with old friends and new. 

4. Varsity Tavern

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This West 7th favorite guarantees a good time, and even better game days. Having 5,000 sq. ft. of space and plenty of 90” flat screen TVs, Varsity Tavern is where all the action’s at. From vintage bleachers inside to picnic tables and games outside, it’s the ultimate game-watching spot for everyone. Don’t forget to check out the rooftop patio featuring a 360° bar and multiple TVs – it’s a must! 

5. Buffalo Wild Wings

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Finally. With more than 20 beers on tap and the signature $5 Game Day Menu, the most classic place to watch football is Buffalo Wild Wings. While popular in every state, everything’s still bigger in Texas, including game day hype at BWW. They say it best: “Buffalo Wild Wings is the ultimate place to get together with your friends, watch sports, drink beer and eat wings.”