Score big on game day in Orlando with NFL football and watch parties.

Huddle up, National Football League (NFL) fans. It’s game time in Orlando, and we have you covered with some of the best places to don your team colors, cheer on your favorite NFL players, and have a spirited good time. These Orlando bars and restaurants boast vibrant game day eats, drinks, and a fun atmosphere, and many also host watch parties for major NFL events like the Super Bowl — not to mention the NFL Pro Bowl Games, returning to Orlando on Feb. 4, 2024. Game on!

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Places to Watch NFL Football in Downtown Orlando

Wall Street Plaza

Kick things off at Wall Street Plaza, a party-perfect downtown destination that hosts NFL game day parties and more spirited fun throughout the year. Celebrate at your choice of eight bars and restaurants or take the party outside to revel in the heart of Orlando’s City District. Packers fans have a dedicated home at Shine, where they can don their green and gold and celebrate with giveaways, drink specials, and big screens galore.

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Pour Choice Taphouse

Root for your home team at Pour Choice Taphouse in the Mills 50 District, which hosts a weekly Football Sunday Funday throughout the NFL season. Kick back with 50 self-serve taps, featuring craft beer, cider, wine, mead, and kombucha. Pair your game day drinks with savory bites from local food trucks and ghost kitchens, and don your best NFL gear for a chance to save on your bar tab. They are closed on Mondays, so head elsewhere to get your Monday night football fix.

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Ivanhoe Park Brewing Company

Catch the game on big-screen TVs throughout the tasting room at Ivanhoe Park Brewing Company, complete with 18 craft beers on tap and rotating food trucks out in the parking lot. They even have a giant inflatable screen, which they use for major outdoor events throughout the year. Ivanhoe Park Brewing is an official partner of some of Orlando’s top sports teams, with dedicated brews inspired by the Orlando Guardians (XFL) and Orlando Solar Bears (hockey). There’s no NFL-specific brew yet, but that won’t stop you from celebrating a big football win in the Ivanhoe Village Main Street district.

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Tucked inside Hilton Orlando on International Drive, FastBreak is Orlando’s newest sports bar and restaurant, with plenty of premium seating and food and drink inspired by your favorite sports. Dine inside or out in the biergarten — either option has plenty of big screen action in store — and order sports-inspired bites like the Wisconsin Cheese Curds, Prop & Peller Pretzel “for the team,” and Major League Waygu hot dog with foie gras, whiskey onion, and truffle mustard.

American Social

Catch all the game-day action at American Social, a modern gastropub moments from Universal Orlando Resort. You can even watch several games all at once thanks to multiple televisions throughout the bar, all while dining on elevated dishes like guavanero chicken wings, steak frites, and goat cheese croquettes. They also host a weekday social hour from 2 – 7 p.m., perfect for Monday and Thursday night football games. It’s part of Orlando’s acclaimed Restaurant Row dining district.

Teak Neighborhood Grill

Also near Universal Orlando Resort, Teak Neighborhood Grill is a laid-back local eatery with inventive burgers, cocktails, draft beer, and plenty of TVs. Head out to the patio to catch all the raucous game day action or stay inside for a quieter vibe. Either way, their enormous burgers — voted the best in Florida by Travel Channel — are sure to leave you cheering long after the last touchdown. Try the Mike Bison or go with my personal favorite, The Drunken Monk, for a game-winning meal.

Tip: Teak has a second location in Maitland, and on non-game days, you can find even more flavorful fare from the Teak team at RusTeak Restaurant & Wine Bar, an elevated New American eatery with two Central Florida locations.

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Yard House

Cheer for your favorite NFL team while sipping on a literal yard of beer at Yard House, an elevated sports bar and New American eatery at ICON Park®. Pregame with half-off select appetizers and all pizzas during their weekday happy hour, then build your own beer flight from over 100 drafts on tap. Head out for a halftime spin on The Orlando Eye at ICON Park, or celebrate a big win with post-game drinks starting at 10 p.m. during their late night happy hour, offered Monday through Wednesday nights.

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NBC Sports Grill & Brew

If you’re already at Universal Orlando Resort, save yourself a drive and tune in at NBC Sports Grill & Brew at Universal CityWalk. Keep an eye on your favorite game and then some, thanks to nearly 100 high-definition televisions spread across multiple levels. Chow down on a delicious starting lineup of soft pretzels, birria wings, and more, then put your game face on with smoking hot sports-themed entrees and over 100 bottled and draft brews.

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City Works Eatery & Pour House

At Disney Springs®, City Works Eatery & Pour House serves classic American fare with over 100 draft beers, several wines on tap, and a selection of crowd-pleasing cocktails. Sip on favorites like the bacon-topped Flapjack Old-Fashioned as you watch the game on 17 flat-screen TVs, all of which have state-of-the-art audio when you’re ready to turn things up a notch.

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Main Event Orlando bowling lanes

Main Event Entertainment

Get your game on at Main Event Entertainment, an all-inclusive indoor gaming destination at Pointe Orlando. Keep track of the score on over 60 HDTVs as you play your way through 55,000 square feet of fun. With bowling, billiards, interactive gaming, and a full-blown adventure ropes course, you’ll have plenty to keep you entertained, even if things start to go south for your team. Fuel up at the chef-inspired restaurant, play some halftime laser tag, and celebrate a big win Orlando-style.

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Kings Bowl Orlando bar

Kings Dining & Entertainment

Nearby on International Drive, Kings Dining & Entertainment also has plenty to keep your hands busy throughout NFL football games. This swanky social space has 22 luxury bowling lanes, a nostalgic Retrocade, an outdoor bocce ball court and regulation shuffleboard, plus a full-service restaurant and two premium cocktail bars. Sixty giant HDTVs make it easy to watch the game as you play.

Raymond James Stadium

Get in on the action and siege the day with a live NFL football game at Raymond James Stadium, home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Just 90 minutes southwest of Orlando, the stadium is currently nominated for Best NFL Stadium in America by 10Best. With cannon blasts like that, it’s easy to see why. Whether you’re a Bucs fan or just there for the good vibes, you’re sure to have a t’arrrific time.

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