Once a sports fan always a sports fan, and if you’re travelling, part of the route should include the best sports bars along the way. If your teams next big game take place during your visit in Cincinnati, don’t fear as the city offers some of the most fabulous sports bars.
Home to the Cincinnati Reds, the city in Ohio is most loved for its craft vendors, fantastic food and its 19th-century architecture. This major city has a population of over 301,301 according to the 2017 census. Best known for its dynamic economy and advanced manufacturing industry, Cincinnati is nicknamed the Queen City, City of Seven Hills or the Blue Chip City. The nicknames are associated with the academic and professional relationships of the city with Blue Chip Companies.
Cost of Living in Cincinnati
The living wage per hour per adult is $10.78, while the minimum wage is $8.30. An excellent salary is around $51,926 in 2019. As a visitor, all the figures are little information as you’d focus mostly on where you could watch the next big sports event. The list of sports bars in Cincinnati is impressive and include O’Malley’s in the Alley, Take5 Bar & Grill, The Blue Goose Sports Café, Tap House, Shooters and the Longnecks Sports Grill.
Holy Grails at the Banks Perfect for Sports Enthusiasts
To ensure every visitor and sports fan get to enjoy every single bit of action during gameplay, the Holy Grails at the Banks pub features 38 HDTVs, most are 55 inches, and three of these are 80 inches. The pub also offers over 20 taps including local offerings, rotating crafts and mainstream brews. The busiest days are the opening day of the Red’s year, and the bar is 7,000 square feet, this includes both the patio and the bar.
Watch Your Team at The Blue Goose Sports Café
The Blue Goose Sports Café features 22 television sets and great food including a half-pound burger, fish, ribs and sandwiches. The busiest day is Sunday’s during the football season when sports fans come to watch the games and to enjoy with taps including craft and mainstream beers.
Get into the Sporting Action at Dickmann’s
Three outside and 43 inside TV’s offers sports enthusiasts the perfect big-screen views of significant sports events while enjoying pizza and wings. The busiest days are St Patrick’s and the day just before Thanksgiving. If you need something to drink during the game 26 taps, include a great mix of domestic and craft brews.
Cheer for your Team at Shooters Sports Grill
The most popular eat wings and the most favoured drink, draft beer, while sports fans can enjoy games via 48 TVs. The busiest days are the first weekend once the NCAA tournament starts. Do get there early as the 5,000 square feet bar offers 60 outdoor and 180 indoor seats. While it opens at 11 am and remain open till midnight or maybe a bit later depending on the crowd.