5 Places to Watch March Madness in Fort Myers and Estero

Jean Jones
March 07, 2016


The exhilarating March Madness is less than a week away. Do you know where you'll be watching? Convenient access to great sports bars and other social venues makes life simple at our Springs Apartments communities in Fort Myers and Estero. Check out these five great places to watch the 2018 NCAA basketball tournament.

Fort Myers

1. Fat Katz
10080 Daniels Interstate Ct

If you're looking for a unique selection of craft beers, this may be the sports bar for you. In addition to traditional burgers and chicken sandwiches, you can find delicious Cuban sandwiches, and flatbread and hummus. The unassuming atmosphere makes it a comfortable place to watch a game and enjoy a great dinner.

2. Moran's Bar
3940 Metro Parkway

Moran's Bar hosts Happy Hour every day until 7 p.m. with two-for-one rail drinks. Moran's has a friendly atmosphere and new high-definition TVs, so you can watch March Madness in all its thrilling glory. You can carry/order in food or enjoy delicious Sabrett hot dogs during the game.

3. Potts Sports Cafe
6900 Daniels Parkway, Suite 26

Potts Sports Cafe has an excellent menu and a lively atmosphere, perfectly suited for March Madness. Whether you're in the mood for BBQ pulled pork, the Mahi sandwich, or buffalo wings, you can get a substantial meal to eat while watching the hoops action.


4. Beef 'O' Brady's
20301 Grande Oak Shoppes Blvd, Suite 108

If you want to watch more than one game at a time, head to Beef 'O'Brady's. They have an enormous selection of TVs, so you can see any game that's on air at a given time. The appetizers and meals are highly touted, and there's an outdoor seating area as well.

5. Rusty's Raw Bar and Grill
20041 S Tamiami Trail

Monster crab cakes, grouper sandwiches, fresh oysters: this isn't standard sports bar fare. With televisions out on the patio, you can watch the tournament games while enjoying the beautiful March weather. The Happy Hour prices are remarkable, so enjoy!

What are your favorite places to watch March Madness? Let us know in the comments section below!

Editor's Note: This article was originally published on March 7, 2017 and has been updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.

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