The 10 Best Sports Bars in Oregon!
Whether you’re hanging out with buds or taking the family out to enjoy the game, a great sports bar needs to have three things: 1) excellent viewing options 2) delicious food 3) staff that makes you feel at home. The following 10 sports bars in Oregon meet those requirements and more.
442 Soccer Bar is a soccer fan’s dream spot. Every soccer game is displayed on their many HD TVs. Other sporting events are played, too, so even if soccer isn’t your thing, this is still a great place to come hang out.
Prime Time Sports Bar and Grill in Springfield, Oregon, has 36 big-screen TVs. That’s right. 36. That means 36 games to watch. Need we say more?
Sidelines Sports Bar and Grill claims to be the biggest sports bar in Bend, Oregon, and we tend to believe them. They’re open every night until 1 a.m. (except Sundays—they close at 11 p.m.). Enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner while you watch the game.
Magoos Sports Bar has a great down-home vibe. They have pool tables, an arcade, scrumptious food, and plenty of big-screen TVs to satisfy your sports fix.
Chadwicks is known for their sports and frequent live comedy shows. They also offer karaoke, drinks of the month, a generous happy hour, and nacho challenge. Come in any night of the week for guaranteed fun.
Game Day Sports Bar is part of the larger Eugene Game Central, which includes an indoor 18-hole mini golf course, laser tag, arcade, and more. Enjoy the game while with the entire family at this fully-stocked sports bar!
Game Time Sports Bar and Grill has one location in Albany and another in Lebanon, Oregon. They’re open late every day of the week and have a daily happy hour from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. The setting is casual, and the access to college and pro sports games is superb.
Gooney’s Sports Bar in Coos Bay, Oregon, provides friendly service every night. During the warmer months, enjoy the outdoor seating. Regardless of time of year, you’ll love the shuffleboard table, pool tables, dart board, and nine TVs.
Gino’s Café and Sports Bar has regular football giveaways, with prizes including nights in Las Vegas and Cancun. If that wasn’t enough, they serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner, offer monthly specials, and are always playing the game.
Big Al’s is a regional chain of family-owned and family-friendly entertainment centers. Each Big Al’s has bowling lanes, stadium-style sports bars, and 55-inch HD projection screens. In other words, it’s the perfect spot to bring the entire family to enjoy the game.