Sports Bars in Richmond


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  • New York Pizza and Bar
    NYP Restaurant & Bar's culinary masterminds concoct cuisine ranging from hand-tossed pizzas slathered with homemade sauce to gourmet Angus burgers grilled to customer specifications. Working in tandem with bartenders, the chefs complement each tomato-topped pie or pasta dish with craft cocktails and 20 different signature martinis such as the Tsunami––a surge of coconut rum, vodka, peach schnapps, blue curacao, pineapple juice, and mist. They also serve local craft beers. For some mealtime entertainment, TVs located in the bar and in the restaurant show local sports teams such as the Seahawks and Sounders.
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    8874 Bender Rd
    Lynden, WA US
  • Legends Pub & Restaurant
    Above the warm fireplace, a wall of televisions bathes onlookers in the blue glow of four different sports games, eliciting waves of cheers and whoops from an ebullient crowd. In the background, the muted click of billiard balls mixes with animated chatter at the bar to create a merry symphony that lasts late into the night. This is a typical evening at Legends Pub & Restaurant, which fosters a laid-back, welcoming atmosphere for families and sports fans alike. Legends hosts a variety of activities and events throughout the week— game days beckon fans to ogle 20 TVs, and an outdoor patio festooned with hanging flower baskets invites guests to bask in balmy summer breezes. On weekends, live DJs or bands broadcast their sonic creations over an advanced sound system, prompting those in attendance to practice their dance moves with a partner or wig-clad coat rack. The spacious dining room has a separate section reserved for families to nosh on burgers, pizzas, wings, and British pub classics surrounded by burnt orange walls peppered in sports memorabilia.
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    6511 Buswell Street
    Richmond, BC CA
  • The Dunbar
    Starting at 11 a.m. each day and continuing through the early hours of the next morning, The Dunbar Public House keeps mouths happily munching away at globally influenced fare washed down by local brews. Televisions broadcast the day’s sporting events as the wait staff lays down plates of yellowfin-tuna bites with wasabi ginger, or nachos piled with jalapenos and guacamole. A Snake Bite beer cocktail—a mix of lager, cider, and blackcurrant—pairs well with the signature Dunbar burger, housemade from either beef, chicken, or fish and topped with up to seven fixings, such as sauteed mushrooms or swiss cheese. Weekends greet brunch seekers with eggs and Harvey Wall Banger cocktails, which melt away workweek tension caused by stressful jobs or offspring whose names are difficult to pronounce.
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    4497 Dunbar St
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Room 18 Restaurant
    Though flickering candles perch atop Room 18 Restaurant's working marble fireplace and amber-hued lights accent its exposed-brick walls, the ambiance here is casual. True to the bar and eatery's name, the menu is adorned with at least 18 types of wings at all times, such as indian tandoori and jamaican jerk—the favourite flavour of head chef Jeff. Burgers made from prime rib, veggies, and chicken join four hearty pizzas on the menu, which is also peppered with a selection of Cajun-infused dishes such as jambalaya and Cajun chicken fettuccini. When they’re not checking out the game on one of six TVs, visitors sip cocktails and throw back expertly mixed concoctions from the shot menu.
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    2042 West 4th Avenue
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Forum Public House
    The barkeeps at Forum Public House provision guests with a tantalizing spread of upscale pub fare, frosty beers, and delicious cocktails. Mojitos and margaritas pair their salty spirits with shareable plates of spring rolls, poutine, and sliders, and satisfying draft or bottled brews add a refreshing counterpoint to juicy burgers’ brawn. Guests feast in a roomy brick-lined cavern equipped with 15 60-inch HD screens and four 120-inch projectors for watching hockey games and a wide-open dance floor for reenacting hockey games. Though Forum Public House serves succulent steaks, burgers, and breakfasts throughout the day, guests arriving after 10 p.m. must pay a $10 cover (not included in this Groupon) for the restaurant's moonlight transformation into an energetic nightclub.
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    1163 Granville St.
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Oscar's Pub
    Oscar's Pub immerses patrons in a casual neighbourhood atmosphere while immersing stomach interiors in hearty pub fare such as wings in 10 sauces ranging from spicy to sweet. Burgers and entrees feature AAA Canadian beef marinated in au jus, as internationally inspired eats such as wonton soup traipse across the menu for a more global experience than slumber parties held by U.N. ambassadors. Ever-changing upcoming events include wings and ribs nights as well as karaoke Sundays, which urge guests to flex their vocal pipes. UFC, European soccer, football, and Canucks games shine down from 11 high-definition wide-screen televisions to illuminate revellers and intimidate french fries into lying still.
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    3684 E Hastings St.
    Vancouver, BC CA
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