Football Season in San Diego

Football Season in San Diego

 

Take your English course experience to the next level by watching and learning all about American football. The end of summer means football season is officially upon us. As we reach into the back of our closets to reunite with our favorite jersey, many local watering holes are getting into the spirit with some awesome food and drink specials to support our local teams. Whether you’re looking to cheer on the Aztecs or bolt up with fellow Chargers fans, here are 5 great options for Where to Watch NFL & College Football in San Diego.

Bub’s at the Ballpark
This local favorite is located in East Village in Downtown San Diego they have offer many drink specials for almost every NFL and college football game, this place identifies itself as a Chargers bar and, as such, it is a great place to indulge in a few pints of beer and interact with other fans.
Miller’s Field
What more do you need for a beautiful day of Sunday football than dozens of TVs, chicken fried steak, tater tots, “manmosas”, and endless beer? The list goes on! You want to get here early as this place gets extremely crowded for football season! You can catch fans every kind here rooting for their favorite team!

The Local Eatery and Drinking Hole
Watch your favorite college team battle it out over your Champagne brunch with $10 champs bottles or don your blue and gold and feel the Charge on Sunday with similar drink specials. On Mondays, don’t miss the $10 burger and a beer deal.
Tavern At The Beach
Tavern is one the most popular bars in Pacific beach.  You can catch college football all day  Sunday with $50 Grey Goose bottle service and a $14 mimosa bar; during Monday Night Football they offer Monday Bunday which includes a $12 build-your-own-burger special.
The Waterfront Bar & Grill
San Diego’s oldest tavern located in Little Italy, you’ll find a dedicated football crowd that gathers religiously each week to watch their favorite team play and if you’re in the neighborhood during a touchdown you can usually hear the erupting cheers from a block away.

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