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Great Places to Watch Football in St. Augustine

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Looking for somewhere in St. Augustine to watch the biggest football game of the season? Whether your team has made it all the way to game day, you’re just in it for the fun of it, or you’re in it for the awesome commercials and halftime performance, there are plenty of places to watch around town.

Grab your friends and family, put on your team’s colors, and gather round at one of the many restaurants and bars showing the big game in the Nation’s Oldest City. Enjoy the game without the hassle of hosting a party at your house. Whether you want to eat dinner in front of 30 televisions or just grab a beer with fellow football fans, we’ve got you covered. We’ve put a list together of some of the best places to catch the football game in The Ancient City.

Where to watch

Meehan’s Irish Pub and Seafood House

Mardi Gras Sports Bar

The Chatsworth Publick House

Mellow Mushroom

Scarlett O’Hara’s

A1A Ale Works

Corazon Cinema and Cafe

Sunset Grille

Prohibition Kitchen

Carmello’s Pizzeria

Mojo BBQ

Panama Hattie’s

Salt Life Food Shack

World Famous Oasis Restaurant

Shaughnessy’s Sports Grill

Hurricane Patty’s

Redfrog & McToad’s

Surfer Joe’s Pub & Grill

2017-02-02T10:44:26+00:00 February 2nd, 2017|City Blog, Community, Food, Special Events, Sports & Recreation|

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