Where to watch a Cavs game in Cleveland - Cleveland Article
Have no fear! Downtown Cleveland is a treasure trove of sports bars located near the action where you can nail bite, shout at the officials and high-five passionate Clevelanders as Lebron and friends score, break some records and #DefendtheLand. Here's our list of the best bars to watch a Cavs game in downtown Cleveland, Ohio:
21 Lounge Cleveland: Bar Near Quicken Loans Arena
Inconspicuously located on what appears to be an alley (it’s actually called High Street) off Prospect Street near the Cleveland JACK Casino, 21 Lounge offers great burgers and plenty of TVs near Quicken Loans Arena.
Buffalo Wild Wings: Downtown Sports Bar Near Quicken Loans Arena
Recently opened almost directly across the street from the Q, this standby chain offers more TVs than you can shake a stick out (as well as some incredible wings).
City Tap Cleveland: Gateway District Restaurants
Beer, beer and more beer. Would you like some beer with your sports bar? Located in the sports-centric Gateway District, City Tap offers a whopping 44 beers on tap, as well as a hopping vibe during Cleveland sporting events.
Flannery’s: Irish-American Restaurant in Cleveland
Perfectly situated on the corner of Prospect and East Fourth Street, this Irish mainstay is one of the hottest places to be not only during sporting events—but pre- and post-game, too.
Fourth Street Bar: Sports Bar in Downtown Cleveland
There are lots of great sports bars in downtown Cleveland. But only Fourth Street Bar offers a full bowling alley inside this recently renovated bar and eatery located on the corner of Fourth and Euclid.
Harry Buffalo: New American Restaurant and Bar Near Quicken Loans Arena
You haven’t lived until you’ve experienced a game at Cleveland’s Harry Buffalo. Located a hop-skip-and-a-jump from both Quicken Loans Arena and Progressive Field, this two-level, open-air bar is the perfect locale to high-five, hug and scream your heart out when the team achieves championship status.
Nick’s Sports Corner: Cleveland Gateway District Sports Bar
If you’re looking for high-brow sports entertainment, don’t come to Nick’s Sports Corner, located in the Gateway District. Nope. This place is for the die-hard sports fans who come for a cold beer and some sports-centered camaraderie.
Panini’s Bar & Grill: Downtown Cleveland Sports Bar Near the Q
The overstuffed sandwiches being served at this downtown hotspot are legendary. What’ll be even more legendary, however, is the experience you’ll have watching a game from this VERY popular sports bar outside Progressive Field and just a short walk from the Q.
The Clevelander: Bar and Grill in Downtown Cleveland
A Cleveland tradition, this place is off-the-charts packed during games. But, it’s here where you’ll share a few brewskies with some of Cleveland’s most fanatical sports lovers. This is the place you’ll want to be when the Indians win the World Series and the Cavs become champions (again).
Thirsty Parrot: Bar and Grill Near Progressive Field
No Cleveland sports game is complete without a beer (and a shot) from the Thirsty Parrot, a tropical-themed sports bar located within a few steps of Progressive Field.
Victory Cleveland: Sports Bar Near Quicken Loans Arena and Progressive Field
If the name doesn’t fully convey the mindset at this alleyway sports bar near Progressive Field and the Q, we’re not sure what does. Have a beer and watch the crowds go nuts.
Winking Lizard: Cleveland Chain Serving Pub Fare and Beer
This Cleveland-based chain is known for it’s family-friendly menu and incredible wings. Hit up the downtown Cleveland location, which is located just a block away from Quicken Loans Arena and Progressive Field. Plus, there are TVs for miles.
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