These are places you want to be if you want to be in the thick of things while watching a football or basketball or baseball game. Or whatever sport really. If you are a sports fanatic and you want to go out to watch the game, these are the places you want to go.

Disclaimer: This list is not in any particular order

The Anchor

Despite it being a little smaller, it is a great place to watch any game day. There are always people there watching the games too. There are plenty of televisions around the area to watch. Plus, great food and drinks. It is one of my favorite places to hang out, especially during sporting events.


Scooter's in Downtown Twin Falls is just a great place to go over all. On game days though you can tell some true fans head down there for the day. There are lots of televisions all over the place. Plus, again, great food and great drinks.

The Tap House in 2nd South Market

There is always something fun going on here. There are some pretty good sized televisions for you to watch the game. Plus, there are so many food options you could stay there all day and watch all the games and not have the same meal twice. Plus dessert.


Koto in Downtown Twin Falls is always a lot of fun. You can watch the game, try a flight or two and have some amazing food. A game day delight for sure.

The Alibi

They have a true feeling of a bar that was meant for sporting events. They have just recently started serving food, it looks great by the way. I haven't had the pleasure of eating there yet but I will be catching a game or two there.

You may be wondering why Buffalo Wild Wings is not on here. I was aiming for more local but if that is your jam, enjoy it! It just tends to be hard to get in on those days.

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