The San Francisco sports bar is decked out with tons of hanging televisions, making it a lively gathering space to drink beers and watch the game.
This neighborhood sports bar and restaurant dates back to the early-20th century, but has been the Connecticut Yankee since 1989. Located on the corner of Connecticut and 17th streets in Potrero Hill, it hosts live blues and funky jam bands about three or four nights a week. It has a dark, woody feel, perfect for seeking refuge on days when dreary fog blankets the city. A sports-lover's paradise, the bar has large-screen TVs, and serves brunch, lunch, and dinner.
This Walnut Creek bar offers satellite TV (seventeen screens total), Monday night football, Saturday college games, Sunday pro games, two pool tables, karaoke Tuesday and Wednesday, and dancing Thursday through Saturday. A full kitchen serves up American fare for lunch, dinner, and weekend breakfasts.
The neighborhood pub in downtown Walnut Creek draws a mix of seasoned regulars and one-off party-goers with beer and cocktails, two pool tables, golden tee golf, and pinball. Throw some tunes on the jukebox to shake things up, or check out occasional live shows.
Watch the game here on one of 21 high-definition plasma-screen TVs, and choose from an even greater number of beers on tap. Evening entertainment occasionally includes comedy, but this is definitely a sports bar. The menu has traditional pub grub like fish and chips or bangers and mash, and less traditional fare like chicken tikka masala and jambalaya. During football season, the Englander opens early on Sundays for the NFL breakfast. Enjoy your food and drinks inside or on the patio.
The family-owned sports bar has thirteen flat-screen TVs and three huge projector screens for an all-encompassing sports experience on game days. There's plenty of promise in this Alameda bar. Namely, promises of pizza, pool playing, free Wi-fi, and a daily happy hour from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
This sports bar offers NHL, NBA, NFL and college football TV packages on big hi-def TVs for its revelers. There are pool tables, a fireside lounge, a jukebox, and arcade games.
The sports bar comes equipped with a handful of flatscreen TVs throughout its interior, bolstered by a domestic and imported beer selection and the usual bar food fare like a meat lovers' pizza and chicken wings.
First opened in 1988 by brothers Roger and Ken Ham, the Grand Lake-area sports bar is equipped with an array of flat-screen TVs for patrons to catch games while downing drinks and snacking on a wide selection of appetizers (even escargot), pizzas, and more. Includes a banquet room for large parties.
This sleek, dark sports bar has an expectably huge number of TVs, an extensive bar menu, a pool table, and plenty of seating.
Located at the Chuck Corica Golf Complex, Jim’s serves items such as Greek omelets and clam chowder. While you eat, watch the golfers on the course or catch a Giants game at the bar.
In addition to hot links and loose meat sandwiches, this Fremont bar offers DirecTV, NFL Sunday Ticket, NBA League Pass, MLB Extra Innings, and Fox Sports World (which includes European football), aired on twenty TVs (including four plasma screens). Each table has its own individual speakers, too. Featured events include karaoke on Wednesday nights, and pool tournaments on Saturdays.
The laid-back bar and grill, which has been around since 1977, is a go-to place to watch sports, eat Sunday brunch, and have a drink (it's rumored that after a few visits the bartender will have your drink poured before you've even taken a seat at the bar).
Offering live music every Thursday and Saturday night, this Oakland Hills restaurant and bar is more than just a hangout spot for diehard sports fans. In addition to typical bar fare such as buffalo wings and chicken quesadillas, Monaghans also serves seafood paella and pork milanesa. Specials on food and drinks happen on Taco Tuesdays, Wicked Wing Wednesdays, and Thirsty Thirst-days.