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7 HOTTest Twin Cities Sports Bars To Skip Work & Watch March Madness

Fans Watching March Madness at a Twin Cities Sports Bar

 

March Madness is back!

Naturally, the return of the NCAA Tournament will lead many hoops-crazed fans to be tempted to skip work and spend their days catching all of the games at a Twin Cities sports bar. Others may suddenly come down with a mean case of the flu and will need to take a day or two to rest and “recover”.

We don’t blame you. March Madness kicks off this week and the high-flying drama on the court will be must-see TV.

With all that said, we put together a list of our favorite local sports bars where you spend the day watching all the March Madness action. We selected spots from all over the Twin Cities metro, in case a few of you need to find a location that is safely out of range from your office.

Here are some of the best spots to spend your day taking in the buzzer-beating action over some great drink specials and delicious food.

1. Crooked Pint Ale House

Where: Mill City District

Why Go: Though this is typically a go-to spot for soccer matches, the Crooked Pint doubles as a tremendous home for College Basketball. With their many TV screens and one enormous projection screen, you won’t miss a moment of the action. Need more convincing? Their Hot Lips Lucy might be the best kept secret in the Twin Cities long-heralded Juicy Lucy lore.

Website: https://www.crookedpint.com/downtown-minneapolis/

2. Station 280

Where: Como Ave. and Highway 280

Why Go: Station 280 makes for an excellent March Madness campsite. It also is a convenient spot if you’re meeting fellow basketball fans from across the Twin Cities, as it’s located pretty close to halfway between Saint Paul and Minneapolis. They have 17 big screen TVs and two-for-ones all day, every day.

Website: http://www.station280.com/

3. City Works

Where: Downtown Minneapolis

Why Go: One of the newest sports bars in downtown Minneapolis, City Works packs a punch. The 10,000 square-foot space has 25 TVs, 90 beers on tap and an impressive menu. For the duration of the tournament they’ll be offering Totchos, which is a 4-pound, mouth-watering stack of tater-tot nachos. Does it get better than that?

Website: http://www.cityworksrestaurant.com/minneapolis/event/march-madness-game-watches/

4. Alary’s

Where: Downtown Saint Paul

Why Go:  On their website, Alary’s defines their bar as: “If a brewery and a stadium met, fell in love and had a baby, that baby would definitely be named Alary’s.” Anyone who has been there to watch a game would attest this description is spot on. With an excellent combination of 40 beers on tap and 30 TVs, Alary’s is a great spot to watch some hoops. If your bracket busts early and you lose interest in the games, Alary’s has pool tables and bar games for you to check out.

Website: http://alarys.com/

5. Stanley’s Northeast Bar Room

Where: Northeast Minneapolis

Why Go: This classic neighborhood bar is a great place to kick back and watch March Madness. Stanley’s host their own bracket challenge so you can match wits with the fellow patrons. It’s free to join and there are prizes for the top three finishers. They’ll serve $4 Summit pints during the game and feature a great selection of burgers and sandwiches on their food menu.

Website: http://www.stanleysbarroom.com/

6. Lyndale Tap House

Where: Lynn Lake

Why Go: Come for March Madness, stay for the food. The Lyndale Tap House boasts some of the best sandwiches in town. They specialize in Baltimore Pit Beef and have an impressive number of beers on tap. For the Man vs. Food enthusiasts out there, you can try your appetite at their Pit Beast Challenge: eating a 5-pound Pit Beast burger and fries in under 45 minutes. If you pull it off you get a t-shirt and your meal is on the house. What better way to watch a fantastic competition like the NCAA tournament than to compete while you watch?

Website: http://www.thelyndale.com/#info

7. Joe Senser’s Sports Theater

Where: Bloomington

Why Go: Joe Senser’s, named one of the 25 best sports bars in America by Sports Illustrated, is a mainstay for any sporting event. They don’t use the title “Sports Theater” lightly, as guests are surrounded by giant TVs. For the tournament, Joe Senser’s will allow you a chance to win cash and prizes during the games.

Website: http://www.sensers.com/index.html

Let us know how your day of hoops watching goes by sharing where you’re watching. Send us a picture of you watching the games on Twitter, and we’ll retweet it — just make sure not to show your boss, who thinks you’re bed-ridden with the flu.

Nothing chills the thrill of watching your favorite team make a Final Four run than a lackluster HVAC system struggling to put out heat. If you’ve noticed your HVAC system isn’t spreading warmth throughout your home the way it used to, give us a ring.

We can service any of your HVAC needs from large-scale replacements to simple maintenance to get your system humming again. Get in touch with us today.

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7 HOTTest Twin Cities Sports Bars To Skip Work & Watch March Madness

Fans Watching March Madness at a Twin Cities Sports Bar

 

March Madness is back!

Naturally, the return of the NCAA Tournament will lead many hoops-crazed fans to be tempted to skip work and spend their days catching all of the games at a Twin Cities sports bar. Others may suddenly come down with a mean case of the flu and will need to take a day or two to rest and “recover”.

We don’t blame you. March Madness kicks off this week and the high-flying drama on the court will be must-see TV.

With all that said, we put together a list of our favorite local sports bars where you spend the day watching all the March Madness action. We selected spots from all over the Twin Cities metro, in case a few of you need to find a location that is safely out of range from your office.

Here are some of the best spots to spend your day taking in the buzzer-beating action over some great drink specials and delicious food.

1. Crooked Pint Ale House

Where: Mill City District

Why Go: Though this is typically a go-to spot for soccer matches, the Crooked Pint doubles as a tremendous home for College Basketball. With their many TV screens and one enormous projection screen, you won’t miss a moment of the action. Need more convincing? Their Hot Lips Lucy might be the best kept secret in the Twin Cities long-heralded Juicy Lucy lore.

Website: https://www.crookedpint.com/downtown-minneapolis/

2. Station 280

Where: Como Ave. and Highway 280

Why Go: Station 280 makes for an excellent March Madness campsite. It also is a convenient spot if you’re meeting fellow basketball fans from across the Twin Cities, as it’s located pretty close to halfway between Saint Paul and Minneapolis. They have 17 big screen TVs and two-for-ones all day, every day.

Website: http://www.station280.com/

3. City Works

Where: Downtown Minneapolis

Why Go: One of the newest sports bars in downtown Minneapolis, City Works packs a punch. The 10,000 square-foot space has 25 TVs, 90 beers on tap and an impressive menu. For the duration of the tournament they’ll be offering Totchos, which is a 4-pound, mouth-watering stack of tater-tot nachos. Does it get better than that?

Website: http://www.cityworksrestaurant.com/minneapolis/event/march-madness-game-watches/

4. Alary’s

Where: Downtown Saint Paul

Why Go:  On their website, Alary’s defines their bar as: “If a brewery and a stadium met, fell in love and had a baby, that baby would definitely be named Alary’s.” Anyone who has been there to watch a game would attest this description is spot on. With an excellent combination of 40 beers on tap and 30 TVs, Alary’s is a great spot to watch some hoops. If your bracket busts early and you lose interest in the games, Alary’s has pool tables and bar games for you to check out.

Website: http://alarys.com/

5. Stanley’s Northeast Bar Room

Where: Northeast Minneapolis

Why Go: This classic neighborhood bar is a great place to kick back and watch March Madness. Stanley’s host their own bracket challenge so you can match wits with the fellow patrons. It’s free to join and there are prizes for the top three finishers. They’ll serve $4 Summit pints during the game and feature a great selection of burgers and sandwiches on their food menu.

Website: http://www.stanleysbarroom.com/

6. Lyndale Tap House

Where: Lynn Lake

Why Go: Come for March Madness, stay for the food. The Lyndale Tap House boasts some of the best sandwiches in town. They specialize in Baltimore Pit Beef and have an impressive number of beers on tap. For the Man vs. Food enthusiasts out there, you can try your appetite at their Pit Beast Challenge: eating a 5-pound Pit Beast burger and fries in under 45 minutes. If you pull it off you get a t-shirt and your meal is on the house. What better way to watch a fantastic competition like the NCAA tournament than to compete while you watch?

Website: http://www.thelyndale.com/#info

7. Joe Senser’s Sports Theater

Where: Bloomington

Why Go: Joe Senser’s, named one of the 25 best sports bars in America by Sports Illustrated, is a mainstay for any sporting event. They don’t use the title “Sports Theater” lightly, as guests are surrounded by giant TVs. For the tournament, Joe Senser’s will allow you a chance to win cash and prizes during the games.

Website: http://www.sensers.com/index.html

Let us know how your day of hoops watching goes by sharing where you’re watching. Send us a picture of you watching the games on Twitter, and we’ll retweet it — just make sure not to show your boss, who thinks you’re bed-ridden with the flu.

Nothing chills the thrill of watching your favorite team make a Final Four run than a lackluster HVAC system struggling to put out heat. If you’ve noticed your HVAC system isn’t spreading warmth throughout your home the way it used to, give us a ring.

We can service any of your HVAC needs from large-scale replacements to simple maintenance to get your system humming again. Get in touch with us today.

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