What a year it’s been for sports in Tampa Bay, or should we say Champa Bay! Whether you’re ready to raise the flags for the Buccaneers or be the thunder for the Lightning, these are the most legendary sports bars in Tampa Bay to catch the game. From ice cold beer to hot wings and more, you’re guaranteed to love these spots!
Looking for the GOAT of sports bars in Tampa Bay? Head to the Blind Goat! Located in South Tampa, this spot is one of our favorites for happy hour, wings, and, of course, catching the game. No matter what day you’re heading out to cheer on your team, the Blind Goat is sure to have your game on TV and a happy hour special waiting for you.
Located right across from Tropicana Field in St. Pete, Ferg’s Sports Bar and Grill is the quintessential sports bar. Taking up nearly two city blocks, there is something for everyone. They have over 90 TVS with indoor and outdoor seating available. Our favorite part of Ferg’s is the live music and dog park. Ferg’s menu of wings, burgers, and more make it the perfect place to enjoy the game!
Hattricks Tavern is not only a great sports bar, but also one of our favorite restaurants in downtown Tampa! You’ve got to try the Lightning Shake n Bake wings that are tossed in garlic parmesan.
Hattricks Tavern is also has a great happy hour daily from 4pm to 8pm and 10pm till close! Check out more of our favorite happy hours in Tampa Bay.
Press Box is a South Tampa classic! With 42 screens, this is the ultimate way to catch the game. During games, Press Box often hosts giveaways too!
We love Press Box’s specials! On Mondays, enjoy Burgermania with a custom burger and choice of a side for only $7. On Tuesdays, they offer 75 cent wings all day. On Wednesdays, Press Box offers 75 cent boneless wings!
Ain’t no thang but a chicken wang! Watch to see us take on some of the hottest and spiciest wings from sports bars in Tampa Bay.👇
Social House in Seminole Heights is a neighborhood sports bar with craft cocktails, comfort food, and TV’s always on the game! We love their elevated sports bar food. Our favorites include the waffle fry nachos and the Big Guava Burger with guava pepper jam and Swiss cheese on a sweet Hawaiian roll. This is the ultimate place to gather with friends and catch the game.
Top Shelf Sports Lounge
Located at the AdventHealth Center Ice, home to the largest ice facility in the southeast, Top Shelf Sports Lounge is a great spot in Wesley Chapel to catch a game. Their fresh food made from scratch and cold craft local beer is served in one of the coolest environments in Tampa Bay. Enjoy happy hour and watch the game on one of their 15 TVs.
If you’re near the University of South and are looking for a sports bar, look no further than Peabody’s. With dozens of TVs, delicious wings, tons of cocktails and local beers, this is the perfect spot to catch the game. They even have pool and other games!
Ducky's Sports Lounge
Thomas P’s is Tampa’s ultimate sports bar with more than 40 TVs and a pet friendly outdoor patio! Their famous Windy City Pizza is a must try while watching the game. Our favorite is the Skyline pizza topped with sausage, pepperoni, red onion, garlic sauce, mushrooms, Fontinella, mozzarella, and pizza sauce. Definitely check out Thomas P’s next game day!
Eddie's Bar and Grill
Eddie’s Bar and Grill is Dunedin’s only family sports bar and it doesn’t disappoint! You’ll definitely want to check out their newly remodeled inside and out. Eddie’s has three large screen video walls and over 50 HDTVs so they’ve got some of the best sports coverage around.