Get in the Game: Football Hotspots on the Outer Banks
The Outer Banks is full of football fans of all stripes, but making sure you have access to every game your heart desires isn’t always the easiest task. Plus, who wants to stay at home when there’s plenty of great food, fun, and friends to share your game day excitement with? So suit up and get your game face on – here are some of the top places to catch your favorite plays on the Outer Banks and watch NFL Sunday Ticket.
Two Roads Tavern – Dive into a plate of oysters or order one of their gourmet burgers and enjoy your game on one of their 20 televisions. Get every game, every Sunday with their NFL Sunday Ticket!! Open year round. (Closed Tuesday’s). Located in Kill Devil Hills.
Barefoot Bernie’s Tropical Grill & Bar – You can catch the full season – including Super Bowl 52 – at Bernie’s! Open daily year round (with the exception of only Christmas and Thanksgiving Days), Bernie’s boasts 21 TVs so every game day fan can expect a spectacular view. Enjoy the full NFL ticket on Saturdays, and all the Big 10 and SEC college games on Saturdays, plus plenty of bar specials all weekend long. Just be sure to get there early – especially if the Steelers are playing!
Inside Captain George’s Seafood Restaurant, is Just George’s Sports Bar!! – Open year round (excluding Christmas Day), this place is a football fan’s dream come true. You’ll find 10 large flat-screen TVs, plus 14 private booths that each have their own personal TVs so no one has to miss a play. Door open at noon on Sundays for those who want to catch a full day of the NFL ticket, and a variety of ever-changing specials will give everyone something to cheer for.
Lucky 12 Tavern – The full NFL ticket on Sundays? Check. College ball – including the Big 10, SEC, and the ACC – on Saturdays? Check, check, and check. And if that’s not enough, Lucky 12 also has the NFL Network and can get certain games on ESPN3 for all the diehard fans. Open every day throughout the playoffs and featuring 20 TVs, plus plenty of food and drink specials to fuel the crowds, game days just got a little better for fans of all kinds.
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