Before sports bars, the only place to view eight games simultaneously was inside the brain of a spider. Achieve octovision with today's Groupon: For $7, you get $15 worth of pub fare and libations at Tomahawk Sports Bar and Grill, located on Tennessee Street, within walking distance of the FSU campus. Tomahawk Sports Bar satiates Seminole Nation with an array of quality pub fare—chop and chew into wings ($8.99 for 10), specialty pizzas ($14.50), calzones ($7.99), salads ($7.99), cheesesteaks ($9.99), soups ($4.99 a bowl) and more. Garnet-and-gold-garmented gourmands can bite into the Burt Burger ($7.95), named for FSU alumnus Burt Reynolds and boasting four types of cheese, or the Bobby Double Bacon burger ($7.95), honoring the coaching legend Bobby Bowden. A slate of savory sips is also available, with 20 beers on tap. Tomahawk's late-night kitchen keeps nocturnal nourishment a reality, while the bar's array of high-definition TVs allows footballs fans to follow every tackle, touchdown, turnover, and out-of-place sacrifice bunt.
- The owners of Tomahawk are constantly collecting and hanging up new ’Nole memorabilia. Combined with affordable food and drinks, and a kitchen that is open until 3 a.m. every night, it should be a game-winning formula. – Ryan Rabac, FSView & Florida Flambeau
- The Tomahawk has an awesome atmosphere that is laid back & fun; the perfect place to visit during a break from class or meet up with friends after work for drinks – breezy, Urbanspoon
Tomahawk Sports Bar & Grill
Bite by bite and game by game, Tomahawk Sports Bar & Grill has become a place where the only reason to leave is to nap. With more than 10 different sports events playing at any time plus trivia and Bingo nights on Mondays, customers can cheer on their team or rack up points themselves. Live music on Fridays provides entertainment, or guests can take to the stage themselves to belt out tunes or their favorite presidential speeches on Thursday's karaoke night.
To keep the party going, Tomahawk fuels patrons with wings and inventive burgers that run the gamut from the hot and spicy Spicy Seminole with jalapeños and sriracha to eyebrow-raising Fat Elvis with peanut butter and fried bananas. The chefs take the same approach to their sausages and hot dogs, while appealing to traditionalists with classic bar food including fired pickles and flatbreads. There's even a secret menu for those in the know or hungry spies. Fresh salads and wraps are also available, as are Bradley's sausages and Nathan's hot dogs.
609 W Tennessee St.
Tallahassee, Florida 32312Get Directions