What are the best sports bars in Orlando?

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D.J. Jones

If you've ever been on vacation while your team is playing in a big game, then you know how stressful it can be to find a proper sports bar to catch the action. When visiting Orlando, the best sports bar to watch a game is the ESPN Club at Disney's Boardwalk Resort.

The ESPN Club is one part restaurant, another part sports bar, coming together to create a nirvana for the sports fan in your family. The restaurant features a giant screen on one wall plus numerous other monitors showing all of the games happening live. The menu feels in some ways like you're at the game itself, with unique twists on hot dogs, burgers, and nachos among other sports bar favorites. Next door, the sports bar is the place to be - especially on Sundays during football season - with countless specialty cocktails and beers on tap, served along with over 100 TV monitors.

While ESPN Club is the best sports bar in Orlando, it is also the most popular. If you plan to watch any big game, get there early and be prepared to stay all day.

Kristen Manieri

Located at Disney’s BoardWalk, ESPN Club offers one of the most immersive experiences in the area for sports fans. At any given time, every major athletic event, highlights and interviews can be seen on the 100 monitors throughout this 13,000 square-foot sports bar. There are even televisions in the bathroom plus a 108-square-foot video wall in the main dining room perfect for viewing major televised sporting events such as the Super Bowl.

There are two fantastic sports bars at Universal’s CityWalk: NBA City, which is decked out with 15-foot video screens, and NASCAR Sports Grill, a racing-themed sports bar packed with NASCAR memorabilia and featuring racing simulators and video games.

A few miles away, Miller's Field Orlando has all the typical features of a great sports bar but this Restaurant Row locale also features an eclectic selection of craft beers, gourmet pizzas, and an expansive outdoor patio.

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