Sports are part of the American culture, and we know whether you live in Breckenridge or you are on vacation, there is not a chance you are missing your favorite teams play. Within the 75 plus bars and restaurants in Breckenridge, we have found the top 10 spots to get your game on.
Ollie’s Pub and Grub, 401 S.Main St.: It’s the classic American bar. For sports enthusiasts, Ollie’s takes the cake, with 16 HDTVs offering every major sports package, so you never miss the action. Looking for a great happy hour? How about $3 wells and wines and $3.50 beers. Ollie’s also features a daily drink special just for the occasion.
Fatty’s Pizzeria, 106 S. Ridge St.: Looking for a locals’ favorite? Fatty’s is your spot. Located in one of the oldest historical buildings in Breckenridge, Fatty’s prides itself on amazing cuisine and sports atmosphere. We can’t say it enough: “We love their sandwiches!” If you’re looking to catch a specific game, come early, because you are not the only one trying to snag a seat. Be sure to catch happy hour. Drinks go on special everyday from 3-6 p.m.
Downstairs at Eric’s, 111 S. Main St.: Known for pizza, burgers, beer and sports, Eric’s is a shoe-in for sports fanatics. Eric’s features 20 unique beers on tap, and 100 beers by the bottle. Plus 14 flat-screen HDTVs, satellite coverage of all your favorite sports and an arcade with 18 games, make it perfect for the entire family. We put you to the challenge: Try the Giagantor pizza, 24 inches in diameter, prepared any way you like it. And if you’re a hockey fan, let’s just say, it’s their specialty.
Salt Creek Steakhouse, 110 E. Lincoln Ave: Grab some dinner at Salt Creek, choose from slow-smoked barbecue inspired from old Texas recipes, and then head upstairs to Napper Tandy’s Irish Pub for the big game. Fill up on $5 pitchers of Rolling Rock and get in a game of beer pong as you cheer on your team.
Northside Pizza, 315 N.Main St.: Two happy hours can make for one awesome game day.If you haven’t noticed a theme, it looks like pizza, beer and sports go hand-in-hand, which is why we’ve chosen Northside. Pizza, wings, beer — all served fast — says it all. It’s one of our favorite spots to take a load off after a long day of activities.
Burke and Riley’s Irish Pub, 502 S. Main St.: By far one of the best views in Breckenridge, Burke’s patio overlooks the Breckenridge Ski Resort and can be enjoyed year-round with its patio fire-pit. Experience a little Irish flare, with Irish Pub specialties and Irish brews. Burke’s is a great choice for soccer fanatics, and it has an overall great atmosphere.
Kenosha Steakhouse, 301 S. Main St.: Whether it’s the all-you-can-eat-ribs or Kenosha’s world-famous PigOut Platter, both blend great with sports. Kenosha knows all about mouth-watering burgers and steaks — and don’t forget about the house-smoked barbecue. Football Bingo is always a locals’ favorite on Monday nights.
Breckenridge Brewery, 600 S. Main St.: What goes better with sports than an ice-cold micro brew? The original Breckenridge Brewery is Breckenridge’s only brewpub. Grab a stool, belly up to the bar and order a flight to taste all the microbrews, from Main Line brew to Seasonal and Small Batch brews to Barrel Aged. TVs line the walls throughout the restaurant so you can easily catch all your games during lunch, happy hour or dinner. Enjoy a burger and beer while taking in the views of Peak 9 and 10 of the Breckenridge Ski Resort.
Park Avenue Pub, 605 S. Park Ave.: Park Ave Pub is a great spot to end the day. Watch the game, grab a beer and play a game of pool. The Pub, as locals call it, also dishes out some great late night snacks to ensure the party continues after the big game.
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