Where to Watch Your Team
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Foliage, football, and friends. What’s not to love about fall? While the temperature is cooling down, the competition and road to the playoffs are just heating up.
Whether you’re keeping tabs on your fantasy team, or rooting for that other type of football, we have the rundown on some of the best places across New Jersey for you to root for your teams all season long. But no matter what your play is, let us bring you to and from the game.
NJ Fan Central
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Bring your game face and your appetite when you stake yourself here to cheer on your team. With every drink you order you get free pizza. And on Sundays, a free omelette. Can’t really go wrong with scoring a great view of the game, a stellar selection of beer, and free food.
photo by D’Arcy’s Tavern
If you’re watching that other type of football—the kind commonly known as soccer—D’Arcy’s Tavern is the place to be. The shore’s soccer headquarters broadcasts matches all weekend long, including all U.S. National Team games and Premier League games. Not a soccer fan? The $2 pint specials here might convert you.
photo by The Taproom & Grill
There’s always a special on tap at the Taproom. Gather your crew and fare-split to Taproom’s College Tailgate Saturdays or enjoy 1/2 off wings during its Football Sunday Funday.
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Don’t let the unassuming exterior of this historic bar fool you. Since 1932 Krug’s Tavern has been keeping patrons coming back with their 12-oz burger hailed as the best in New Jersey. Whether your team wins or not, you’ll be happy you made the trip.
This traditional Portuguese bar in the heart of the Ironbound draws a diverse crowd of sports fans with a pool table to entertain you during half time. Stop in and meet the friendly staff at this neighborhood standby.
Hoboken and Jersey City
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Get the best of both football worlds at this Irish pub that soccer and Philadelphia sports fans call home. You won’t miss a match when you grab a seat at either the soccer or football side of the bar.
photo by O’Hara’s Downtown
Stop by this no-fluff sports bar for your game-day needs. Complete with a jumbo viewing screen, sliders, and make-your-own Mac n’ Cheese, O’Hara’s has you covered for whichever playoff run you’re watching.
Vail Bar (at Jockeyhollow Bar & Kitchen)
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If you’re interested in a chic ambience with intricately prepared food and seasonally-inspired cocktails, that also has a TV to keep up with the game, this is the place. And the best part, get 5% off your bill when you take an Uber to or from the establishment.
This pub serves up live coverage of sports games on 16 high-definition TVs along with a rotating selection of craft beers and unique takes on traditional pub grub. Be sure to stop by here for the next Rutgers University showdown.
photo by Gusto Grill
If you’re in the market for a more refined sports bar scene, Gusto Grill has exactly what you need. With deliciously prepared food, seasonal cocktails, and rare craft brews this bar has something for sports lovers and foodies, alike.
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Drop in to Plank Road Inn if you’re headed toward Metlife Stadium. Aside from the 40 TVs, their award-winning wings are always a crowd-pleaser.
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