Top 5 Orlando Sports Bars

It’s official: Football season is well under way. And whether your team is crushing it or being crushed, Sundays are for football (at least until February). For the times when you want to get off your couch and watch the game out—or you’re visiting from out of town and don’t want to miss a single play—here are Orlando’s best sports bars, based on employee polling and trip data.

1. Duffy’s

Known for its two-for-one drink specials, Duffy’s is a great spot to kick back on Sundays—especially if you’re with friends who root for other teams, since there are wall-to-wall TVs playing all the games. Though sports bars generally aren’t known for their food, Duffy’s has a reputation for stellar bites. Plus, locals who frequent the bar can sign up for an MVP card, where you earn rewards just for spending your money there. The Mall at Millenia, 4158 Conroy Rd.

2. Downtown Pourhouse

Craving an out-of-the-ordinary burger? Go to Downtown Pourhouse. Conveniently located in downtown Orlando, the bar serves up eclectic burgers, like the Black and Tan, which tops the patty with onion rings, stout glaze, and Gruyère cheese. If you end up here at night, be sure to check out the live entertainment offered several nights a week. 20 S Orange Ave.

3. The Hideaway

If dive bars are your thing, The Hideaway is your spot. This cash-only bar is a regular watering hole for Dolphins fans, complete with a pool table, jukebox, and beer bucket specials for the games. And despite it definitely not being the Ritz, its burgers and wings are first-rate. 516 Virginia Dr.

4. Graffiti Junktion

Two is better than one, right? Graffiti Junktion offers two daily happy hours—one from 4pm to 7pm for the early crew and another from 10pm to 1am for the night owls. Locals rave about the Thornton Park spot’s burgers, and hand-painted graffiti on the walls add a unique touch. 900 E Washington St.

5. Sportstown Billiards

There’s something for everyone at Sportstown Billiards: pool, ping-pong, darts, video games—the list goes on. Located in the Milk District, the bar boasts a large, well-priced craft beer selection and select wines, but does not sell liquor. This is where you go when you need to keep your non-football-fan friends entertained while you watch the game. 2414 E Robinson St.


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