Get Your Game On at These Tulsa Sports Bars

November 19, 2015

If you're looking to get out of your apartment and catch the game, Tulsa has many great places to choose from. Here are some of the best sports bars in Tulsa where you can find much more than just a drink.

Fat Daddy's Pub & Grille
8056 S. Memorial Drive

Fat Daddy's is a great neighborhood pub where you can relax and spend time hanging out with friends. They have plenty of TVs so you can always catch a football game on the weekend. Good daily food specials are available and their specialty fried mushrooms are a hit with customers. With a menu full of variety, it's a great place to grab a bite and have a drink.

Lefty's on Greenwood
10 N. Greenwood Avenue

Located in the historic Greenwood district, Lefty’s is a great place to go to watch the game. With 11 TVs, an indoor mezzanine, an outdoor patio, and XBox One and PS4 Consoles, this place has it all. Lefty’s offers a large selection of tap beers and great food, including the crowd-favorite, spicy waffle fries.

3301 S. Peoria Avenue

Whether you’re going out with friends or taking the family out for a meal, Leon’s is a great place to go. They offer a great menu with everything from brisket nachos to chicken pesto pizza. And if you want to watch sports, you can easily do that on one of their 25 TVs, including the enormous 80” flat screen above the bar. Choose from one of over 20 Oklahoma beers or any of the 80+ beers from around the world, and you’ve got yourself a great night out.

R Bar & Grill
3421 S. Peoria Ave.

With ten sixty-inch plasma TVs, you’ll be able to catch whatever game you’re hoping to see it at the R Bar & Grill, whether it’s March Madness, The World Cup or a BCS Bowl game. This mid-town favorite offers a diverse menu that includes traditional favorites as well as mouthwatering dishes like their famous chicken and waffles, specialty pizzas and unique burgers.  Plus, R Bar touts that they have the biggest deck in the city.

Middleton’s Bar and Grill
9711 E 81st St.

Middleton’s menu features both Irish dishes as well as an original twist on pub classics, while the bar features 25 beers on tap and a wide variety of bottled beers. Catch the a football game or a UFC fight on one of the 13 big screen TVs or shoot a game of pool at this local favorite that’s less than 10 minutes away from Springs at Woodlands South.

Whether you're looking for a quick drink, or you're looking to hang out with friends, these sports bars have you covered. Tell us about your favorite Tulsa sports bar in the comments below.

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