Take It Outside: Alternative Places To Watch Sports

Four happy men holding beer mugs and gesturing while watching TV in barNo matter what sport, the “big game” is best enjoyed with friends, a big TV, and by cracking open a few cold ones. Going to a sports bar or inviting everyone to your house for a viewing party is all fine and good, but if you’re looking to switch it up, here are some ideas for alternative venues.

Hotel Bar

Upgrade the sports bar feel by going to your nearest 5-star hotel and watching the game there. A classier version of the usual venue, hotel bars will typically offer special prices on drinks during game night to entice more people to watch. Of course, since it’s a hotel, you may have to tone down a bit, but it’s not every day you get to wear your fancy jacket to watch an MMA match.

Gentleman’s Club

Watching sports is a great way to bond with the bros, so why not go all the way? Beers, cigars, attractive ladies, the big game on a projector, a gentleman’s club has it all. Clubs like Pacers Showgirls International usually screen big sports events from MMA matches to basketball finals, all while in the company of beautiful women. Just make sure you pay attention to the game, too!

Recreational Centers

With all the benefits of having a recreational center in your community, one alternative is setting up and organizing a free viewing of the game for your neighborhood. Invite your friends to chip in for the PPV, and make it a potluck party for the entire community. It’s a win-win situation for everyone; you’ve provided an amazing community service, and your whole neighborhood will think you’re saints. Do good to feel good!

Wherever you decide to watch, make sure you’re in good company, and that everyone understands the importance of sportsmanship. Your teams might be rivals, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the game together.