Discover attractions, restaurants and more where you won’t miss a second of the action.

It’s always game on in Orlando — and not just because of our professional and college teams. We also boast MVP venues that broadcast every sport imaginable (not to mention the upcoming 2024 Summer Olympics), giving your favorite games an extra boost. From downtown to International Drive to the theme parks and beyond, here are some of our favorite local places to catch sports on a big screen.

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Downtown Neighborhoods & Beyond

Ivanhoe Park Brewing Company glenn flight
Ivanhoe Park Brewing Company

Ivanhoe Park Brewing Company

Not just a great place to watch sports, Ivanhoe Park Brewing Company is also this author’s favorite source of locally produced beer. Pair the on-screen action with 18 craft beers on tap, rotating food trucks and, depending on when you visit, the giant inflatable screen they bust out for major events. You’ll find them in the Ivanhoe Village Main Street district close to downtown.

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The Hammered Lamb

Sports fans are always welcome at this hidden gem and LGBTQ+ favorite, which is also part of Ivanhoe Village Main Street. An official City Pub, they offer gameday drink specials, watch parties, and streaming of all Orlando City Soccer Club and Orlando Pride matches, but other sports are on tap between soccer seasons. Settle in for the action with tasty handhelds, shareable plates and colorful cocktails.

Wall Street Plaza

Part of downtown Orlando’s City District, Wall Street Plaza features a central, open-air courtyard that connects to multiple bars and eateries, including Bellhop, The Hen House, Hooch, Monkey Bar, Shine, Waitiki and Cantina. Choose one for the duration or mix and match as you see fit — there’s no wrong way to win here.

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Drive Shack patio
Drive Shack Orlando in Lake Nona

Drive Shack Orlando

Sure, Drive Shack is primarily a state-of-the-art golf attraction with lots of unique spins on the game. But with more than 300 televisions, multiple lounge areas, a rooftop bar, chef-driven menus and plenty of party space, it’s also a competitive place to watch sports. You’ll find them in Lake Nona, close to Orlando International Airport.

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Rock & Brews Orlando
Rock & Brews Orlando

Rock & Brews

Minutes from Orlando International Airport, Rock & Brews Orlando is a great place for rock-n-rollers — and sports fanatics, with more than 20 flatscreens and dozens of beers on tap, plus food and drink specials. After the game, enjoy live music on weekend nights and dog-friendly patios. This location is part of Orlando’s Gateway District, but you can also find Rock & Brews in Kissimmee and Oviedo.

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Tourism Districts

Images for Stadium Club at Caribe Royale Orlando

Stadium Club

New at Caribe Royale Orlando, Stadium Club is a high-tech, immersive, experiential sports and dining venue that’s perfect for catching any game. Seamlessly blending the exhilaration of sports with high-energy entertainment, they also offer pro-level sports simulators, two bars, private event areas, and an elevated, chef-driven menu.

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Interior of FastBreak restaurant at Hilton Orlando
FastBreak at Hilton Orlando


Don’t just watch your favorite sports. Dig into delicious eats and beverages inspired by them at FastBreak, new to Hilton Orlando on International Drive (aka I-Drive). Every seat in the house has a view of the game, so you can grab a spot at the indoor bar or the outdoor biergarten with confidence that you’ll never miss a second of the action.

Tom's Watch Bar

Tom’s Watch Bar

New to International Drive, Tom’s Watch Bar boasts an oversized stadium screen that’s as big of your love of the game. Hundreds of additional screens provide 360-degree viewing, making every seat the best in the house. Sky-high views, game day bites, and vast section of beer and cocktails complete the experience.

The Pub Orlando exterior at night
The Pub at Pointe Orlando

The Pub Orlando

When your favorite team scores, toast them with a festive “cheers!” at The Pub Orlando, a British-inspired venue that’s part of the I-Drive dining, shopping and entertainment hub, Pointe Orlando. Their menu incorporates traditional pub fare with an extensive beverage selection, including draft, cask-conditioned and handcrafted brews from Europe and the U.S.

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And later this year, Pointe Orlando will gain another unforgettable place to watch games when Sports & Social (featured in this blog’s cover image) debuts as part of their new Live! at the Pointe offerings. Stay tuned for more details as they become available.

Yard House onion ring tower beer burger
Yard House at ICON Park®

Yard House

Grab a full yard of beer and settle down to big-screen action on over 20 TVs at Yard House, part of ICON Park® on I-Drive. Whether you’re watching football, soccer, baseball, basketball or hockey, they have you covered with one of the world’s largest selections of draft beer and a diverse menu inspired by their California roots.

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NBC Sports Grill & Brew at Universal's CityWalk
NBC Sports Grill & Brew at Universal CityWalk, Part of Universal Orlando Resort

NBC Sports Grill & Brew

Go deep with nearly 100 high-definition TVs at NBC Sports Grill & Brew, which is one of the winning entertainment and dining options at Universal CityWalk, part of Universal Orlando Resort. Their pub-grub menu has some truly tasty surprises, and they all wash down nicely with more than 100 bottled and draft beers, ciders and more, plus a full bar.

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City Works Eatery & Pour House exterior
City Works Eatery & Pour House at DISNEY SPRINGS®, Part of WALT DISNEY WORLD® Resort

City Works Eatery & Pour House

Want to see the game on a really big screen? Head to City Works Eatery & Pour House, part of Disney Springs® at Walt Disney World® Resort. Their enormous video wall is complemented by 17 flatscreen HDTVs, brilliant twists on classic American foods, and over 100 draft handles and eight draft wines. They’re also a short walk from Pelé Soccer, where you can stock up on sports gear.

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Friends at bar at Topgolf
Topgolf Orlando

Topgolf Orlando

Golf isn’t the only sport on tap at Topgolf Orlando in the I-Drive Entertainment District. All of their next-gen driving bays — 102 total — are equipped with televisions, complementing the HDTVs in their full-service restaurants and bars. That way, you won’t miss a second of the game while enjoying the venue’s fun golf-game concept.

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Splitsville Luxury Lanes at Disney Springs­™ West Side lanes
Splitsville Luxury Lanes at DISNEY SPRINGS®, Part of WALT DISNEY WORLD® Resort

Splitsville Luxury Lanes

Part of Disney SpringsSplitsville Luxury Lanes is one of the coolest places to bowl in Orlando — and it’s also one of the top places to watch sports. They have more than 70 flat-screen TVs throughout the premises, which also include four bars, 30 bowling lanes, three billiards tables and gourmet takes on “alley-style” food and drink.

Kings Dining & Entertainment pizza salad and cheese sticks
Kings Dining & Entertainment

Kings Dining & Entertainment

On I-Drive, this 30,000-square-foot entertainment center pairs a chef-driven restaurant and premium bars with bowling, billiards, ping pong, bocce ball, foosball and shuffleboard, plus more than 60 giant HDTVs and HD projector screens. Kings Dining & Entertainment also boasts next-generation sound and lighting to create an experience that’s the next best thing to watching sports live.

Main Event Orlando pool tables
Main Event Entertainment at Pointe Orlando

Main Event Entertainment

Thanks to 61 big-screen TVs, you’ll be immersed in the on-screen action while enjoying innovative American fare and handcrafted cocktails at Main Event Entertainment, part of Pointe Orlando on I-Drive. But, be warned: The venue’s activities might distract you from watching sports, including bowling, billiards, a high-ropes adventure course, and a free-roam, virtual-reality game.

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