Best sports bar in BR?

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  1. Dirt Dog

    Dirt Dog Freshman

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    I know there's not that many. Who has the best atmosphere?
    Large tv screens? Most tvs? Best food?
     
  2. KTeamLSU

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    for pure atmosphere - George's (but only have 3 small tvs) + they have the best bacon cheeseburgers in BTR (sorry all of you Brewbachers fans).
     
  3. Bengal B

    Bengal B Founding Member

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    I watched the LSU-Arkansas game at BWW and had a great time. 16 ounce Miller Genuine Drafts during the game and I was sitting next to a guy wearing an Arkansas cap.
     
  4. Bengal B

    Bengal B Founding Member

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    I watched the Cap One bowl at George's Southside on Highland and a woman from Iowa and her husband were sitting at a table right behind me. I suppose she had the last laugh.:dis: :shock: :( :cuss: :bncry: :angryfire
     
  5. red55

    red55 curmudgeon Staff Member

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    Ivars off Perkins Road near the overpass. About 20 TV monitors including one giant screen. There are always multiple sports events going on and you can see multiple screens from any place in either the bar or the dining room.

    The food is almost as good as Georges across the street, the waitresses are always babes, and they have a pool table.

    Ivars for watching a game, definitely.
     
  6. KTeamLSU

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    I would agree, I love Georges food (never been to Southside), but they don't have very much in the way of multi large screens...
     
  7. Carface

    Carface What the...?

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    Would Walk-Ons count? We watched the Eagles/Vikings game there and had a blast.
     
  8. veedo

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    Walk-Ons is definitely a sports bar/restaurant. Good food and lots of TV’s. Service could be better at times, but I have had worse at more established restaurants. Overall a good atmosphere to take in a game.
     
  9. G_MAN113

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    I agree. I'm still an Ivar's guy when it comes to sports bars in BR.
     
  10. lsubatgirl04

    lsubatgirl04 Cupcake Thief

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    We use to go to Damon's to catch the games but we've been going to O'Henry's on Coursey lately. HUGE screen and sweet bar. I love the atmosphere too!
     

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