Where to Watch Football in Park City

0

As the air gets cooler and the days get shorter, excitement starts to brew… not just for fall, but because football’s back! Whether or not you have a hometown team to root for, gathering friends together to watch football in Park City is a classic autumn past time.

Below we’ve put together a list of some of our favorite places to watch the games around town. These spots not only offer plenty of televisions and space to get comfy, but they also serve up delicious game-day food, and occasional specials. Read on to learn the best spots to watch football in Park City.

Daly’s Pub & Rec at the Montage Deer Valley

Daly's Montage Deer ValleyStarting September 7, every Saturday and Sunday, Daly’s Pub & Rec will open for lunch at 11:30 a.m. to accommodate guests wanting to watch football on one of the many flat screen TVs around the pub. Monday through Friday, Daly’s will still be open from 3-10 p.m., with the kitchen open from 5-9 p.m. The gourmet pub menu includes handcrafted brick-oven pizzas, burgers, sandwiches, wings, nachos and other shareable plates, along with a selection of local microbrews, wine and spirits.

Butcher’s Chop House

Butchers

New this fall, the high-end steakhouse on Lower Main offers some great deals for football fans. On Mondays, the bar area will offer $14.99 12-ounce prime rib entree, 5 for $5 wings, and $3 draft beers. On Thursdays, go for the prime-rib dip sandwich $9.99, 5 for $5 wings,  and $3 draft beers. And the viewing quality is fantastic: They always have game sound on with a 133-inch projector screen in the bar.

The Spur

The Spur Poke TostadasThis Main Street bar and grill is known for live music seven nights per week, but the spacious, two-story bar also makes an excellent place to catch the game with friends. Plus, food is served daily from 10 a.m.-1 a.m., so you certainly won’t go hungry if you’re posted up all day. Some of our favorite offerings include the poke tostadas, sweet potato waffle fries, Spur burger and brick-oven pizzas (especially The Goat!).

Blind Dog

Blind Dog BarSidle up to the newly redone bar at Blind Dog for a delicious meal in front of the big game on big screen TVs. The seafood-centric menu includes a variety of dishes, including crab cakes, tempura-battered everything and a full raw bar with lots of different kinds of sushi rolls. Plus, when you join Blind Dog’s VIP club, you’ll have access to their daily specials, including the two-for-one entree deal every single night!

Boneyard Saloon & Wine Dive 

Boneyard Saloon PizzaThanks to its long bar, cozy booths and large community tables, Boneyard is a local favorite for watching football games. With two 75-inch big screens and four 65-inch TVs, you’re guaranteed to find the game you’re looking for. We highly recommend a bite to eat from the expansive menu, which features such selections as burgers, steaks, salads, wood-fired pizzas and frequent specials. Boneyard’s beer selection boasts 90 brews, while Wine Dive offers 16 varietals of wine on tap to quench your thirst.

Drafts Burger Bar

Drafts Burger Bar BurgersWith 10 flat-screen HDTVs, this sports bar, located in the Westgate Resort, shows a great selection of games each weekend. And if the action on the screen isn’t great, just take in the slope-side views of Park City Resort from the large deck. To wash down your choice of hand-crafted burgers, delicious wings, great sides and decadent, hand-spun milkshakes, Drafts serves your choice of more than 50 beers from around the world.

Share.

About Author

Locke Hughes is a freelance journalist currently based in Park City, who used to live in NYC until the mountains called. She believes long hikes and hot yoga — as well as wine and delicious food — play an important role in a happy life. Follow her outdoors and eating adventures on Instagram @lockehughes.

Comments are closed.