Other than watching the sport live in person, nothing beats watching it in a pub surrounded by fans as they go wild when their team scores.
The buzz that a pub atmosphere can bring to a game is electric and it’s totally better than sitting alone, especially when you can celebrate with others.
In Dundee alone, there are loads of places to grab a drink and a bite to eat while being surrounded by live sports on a multitude of screens.
With the Six Nations kicking off next weekend, here are some of the best places to visit for live sports recommended by the Food and Drink team.
With live sports like soccer, boxing, UFC, American football, rugby, horse racing, Formula 1, ice hockey and more playing across Sportsterz’s 10 screens, there’s has something for everyone.
Offering a wide selection of drinks, cocktails and beers, food is served daily with everything from nachos, chicken wings, mozzarella sticks and more to devour.
There are also four supreme pool tables where customers can show off their skills.
Address: 1 Ward Road, Dundee, DD1 1LP
Founded in 1867, Taybridge Bar offers a wide variety of drinks and daily live sports including football, horse racing, rugby, golf, cricket and tennis.
With live music playing from time to time, the bar can get very lively.
There are over 100 gins and 100 whiskeys to try for those who like a drink, and the bar actively supports local sports clubs and has its own golf company, which holds an annual 18-hole tournament for our regulars and our guests. guests.
Address: 129 Perth Road, Dundee, DD1 4JD
The Nether Inn
Located in the heart of Dundee city centre, this pub is a popular haunt for those looking to watch live sport.
With BT Sports and Sky Sports coverage on its big screens, it’s the perfect place to socialize and relax.
They also have plenty of food and drink options to enjoy during your stay.
Address: 134 Nethergate, Dundee, DD1 4ED
Cheer on your favorite team during the Six Nations at Molly Malone in West Port.
This venue is also well known for having an array of local artists playing live music most weekends, and offers a range of food that can be ordered throughout the day.
Invite your friends over and celebrate your team’s victories together.
Address: 53 West Port, Dundee, DD1 5ER
house of trades
If you are looking for a watering hole where you can park all day and enjoy every game or game, the Trades House is the place to be.
Usually busy with sports fans when matches are in progress, the atmosphere is sometimes a fantastic way to get into the spirit of it all.
With the Six Nations kicking off next weekend, this is somewhere rugby fans will want to be.
Address: 40 Nethergate, Dundee, DD1 4ET
The old bank bar
With sport almost always playing on its screens, the Old Bank Bar is a cool place to grab a chair for the day and watch the best sport live on TV.
A pub with the community at its heart, the venue offers food all day and offers a host of drinks to enjoy.
Address: 34 Reform Street, Dundee, DD1 1RJ
With four big screen TVs and Sky Sports and BT Sports available, the Smugglers Bar, which is open from 11am daily, is a great place to watch live entertainment.
There is also a range of drinks to try at the bar.
Address: 173 Princes Street, Dundee, DD4 6EJ
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