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While technically not a sports bar, Home Team BBQ does offer great wings and plenty of televisions.
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12 Best Charleston Sports Bars to Watch the Super Bowl

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While technically not a sports bar, Home Team BBQ does offer great wings and plenty of televisions.
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Some football fans choose to watch at home on the couch, but many other folks opt to take in the action at a local sports bar. When looking for a destination, beer and bar food are a must, and the establishment must also have big enough televisions to ensure a quality viewing experience for all. Here are 12 of the best sports bars in and around the city at which to watch football this year — not to mention baseball, soccer, and plenty of other sports year-round.

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Newcomer Cleats welcomes all sports fans with TVs, good wine, tasty sandwiches, and plenty of space to spread out and watch the games.

Charleston Sports Pub

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West Ashley bar Charleston Sports Pub offers creative takes on pub fare in a relaxed setting with $2 domestic beers during happy hour and plenty of craft on draft. The kitchen also has a burger topped with eight ounces of macaroni and cheese, in case customers want some extreme eats. Bonus: there’s also locations in Summerville, Goose Creek, James Island, and Mount Pleasant.

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Beer pulls at Charleston Sports Pub.
Charleston Sports Pub

Locals Sushi & Sports Pub

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Sushi in a sports bar? Why not. Locals has served the Mount Pleasant community since 2009, and it now has additional locations in West Ashley and James Island. There’s always a game on the screens, and on Mondays, the sushi rolls are half off.

Local 616

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Local 616 makes for a super relaxed spot to watch any game. Owner Dwayne Mitchell will mix up plenty of fun cocktails for customers or pour a few beers. There’s also a back patio for those who need to chill out in between the action. Also check out the guest chefs in the kitchen.

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Moe's Crosstown Tavern

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Moe’s Crosstown consistently puts out some of the best bar food around, and its burgers are always amazing. There also happens to be plenty of televisions on which to catch all the games. Oh, and beer. Lots of beer.

Moe’s Crosstown Tavern
Moe’s Crosstown Tavern
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Home Team BBQ

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Technically, it’s not a sports bar, but Home Team BBQ always has the latest games on the televisions behind the bars. With multiple locations, and some of the best wings in the city, Home Team is a good choice for those who want to order expertly smoked meats with a side of sports.

The Alley

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In addition to game machines and bowling, the Alley shows all the games on its TVs and giant projection screens. On Sundays, the canteen offers half-price tots and fries, $4 bloodies, $4 mimosas, and $15 buckets of Miller Lite, Coors Light, or Miller High Life. And if the game isn’t going your way, just sign up for a lane to work it out on the pins.

Uptown Social

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This massive establishment has over 40 TVs and four projector screens meant for sports viewing. Uptown Social’s food menu has all the bar food essentials from thin crust pizza to nachos or double-fried wings.

Bay Street Biergarten

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Bay Street Biergarten has so many televisions that it’s impossible to miss any of the moves. Grab some friends and slide into a booth to order one of BSB’s giant pretzels with beer cheese and a couple of pints.

Charleston Beer Works

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King street’s classic sports bar has the space and environment fans are after, as the upstairs often has the sound on for sporting events. Multiple bars, wings, and 40 beers on tap provide the necessary game-day vibe.

The Brick

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Conveniently located next to the Visitor Center just off King street, the Brick provides bar snacks and drink specials for patrons watching the games.

Sauce being poured onto chicken wings with a beer in the background.
Wings at the Brick.
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The Roost

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Crowds pack in tight to watch the games at Avondale establishment the Roost. There’s plenty of wings, burgers, and fried things on the menu to keep most sports fans happy.

A wooden bar.
The Roost bar.
The Roost

Cleats

Newcomer Cleats welcomes all sports fans with TVs, good wine, tasty sandwiches, and plenty of space to spread out and watch the games.

Charleston Sports Pub

West Ashley bar Charleston Sports Pub offers creative takes on pub fare in a relaxed setting with $2 domestic beers during happy hour and plenty of craft on draft. The kitchen also has a burger topped with eight ounces of macaroni and cheese, in case customers want some extreme eats. Bonus: there’s also locations in Summerville, Goose Creek, James Island, and Mount Pleasant.

beer pulls
Beer pulls at Charleston Sports Pub.
Charleston Sports Pub

Locals Sushi & Sports Pub

Sushi in a sports bar? Why not. Locals has served the Mount Pleasant community since 2009, and it now has additional locations in West Ashley and James Island. There’s always a game on the screens, and on Mondays, the sushi rolls are half off.

Local 616

Local 616 makes for a super relaxed spot to watch any game. Owner Dwayne Mitchell will mix up plenty of fun cocktails for customers or pour a few beers. There’s also a back patio for those who need to chill out in between the action. Also check out the guest chefs in the kitchen.

Sign that reads Local 616
Outside of Local 616.
Erin Perkins/Eater Carolinas

Moe's Crosstown Tavern

Moe’s Crosstown consistently puts out some of the best bar food around, and its burgers are always amazing. There also happens to be plenty of televisions on which to catch all the games. Oh, and beer. Lots of beer.

Moe’s Crosstown Tavern
Moe’s Crosstown Tavern
Evan Eggers

Home Team BBQ

Technically, it’s not a sports bar, but Home Team BBQ always has the latest games on the televisions behind the bars. With multiple locations, and some of the best wings in the city, Home Team is a good choice for those who want to order expertly smoked meats with a side of sports.

The Alley

In addition to game machines and bowling, the Alley shows all the games on its TVs and giant projection screens. On Sundays, the canteen offers half-price tots and fries, $4 bloodies, $4 mimosas, and $15 buckets of Miller Lite, Coors Light, or Miller High Life. And if the game isn’t going your way, just sign up for a lane to work it out on the pins.

Uptown Social

This massive establishment has over 40 TVs and four projector screens meant for sports viewing. Uptown Social’s food menu has all the bar food essentials from thin crust pizza to nachos or double-fried wings.

Bay Street Biergarten

Bay Street Biergarten has so many televisions that it’s impossible to miss any of the moves. Grab some friends and slide into a booth to order one of BSB’s giant pretzels with beer cheese and a couple of pints.

Charleston Beer Works

King street’s classic sports bar has the space and environment fans are after, as the upstairs often has the sound on for sporting events. Multiple bars, wings, and 40 beers on tap provide the necessary game-day vibe.

The Brick

Conveniently located next to the Visitor Center just off King street, the Brick provides bar snacks and drink specials for patrons watching the games.

Sauce being poured onto chicken wings with a beer in the background.
Wings at the Brick.
The Brick/Facebook

The Roost

Crowds pack in tight to watch the games at Avondale establishment the Roost. There’s plenty of wings, burgers, and fried things on the menu to keep most sports fans happy.

A wooden bar.
The Roost bar.
The Roost

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