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Orlando sports bars

Catch the game with your fellow fans at one of these sporty spots

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With more than a dozen locations to choose from in the Orlando area, this Florida-based chain attracts sports fans - both the serious ritual game watchers and casual bandwagoners - for its cheap beer specials, massive televisions and, of course, that mammoth plate of chicken nachos. The location by the airport features a massive patio for eager fans who just walked off the plane in time to catch the game, and the Alafaya location, naturally, has become a rowdy den for UCF Knights fans.

2414 E. Robinson St., 407-894-6258, sportstownbilliards.com

Whether you’re playing the game or playing spectator, when it comes to leisure activities, like ping-pong or pool, it only seems right to play with a beer in hand. Sportstown Billiards, a dark watering hole tucked away in the Milk District, certainly keeps the competitive crowd occupied – and beer is the name of the game here (there’s beer and wine, but no liquor). Not only do they have an extensive list of craft beers on the menu and ridiculously cheap beer specials, this place also houses a horde of pool tables, corn-hole areas, arcade games, skee-ball and every board game in between. You could totally hole up for the entire night with a few brews here, where fellow bar patrons are more worried about who’s got the next round than the name on the label of your beer bottle.

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