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Cypress Street Pint and Plate.
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Where to Watch the BCS Championship Game

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Tonight, Alabama and Notre Dame battle for the BCS National Championship, and whether you'll be cheering "Roll Tide" or rooting for the Fighting Irish, we have your guide to the best sports bars in town for watching the big game. From burgers and brews to wings and wine, don't miss a single deal— or play— at these eight Atlanta hot spots.

Laura Scholz


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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Cypress Street Pint & Plate

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Enjoy $5 Philly's and half off appetizers from 5-7 p.m. before the big game. Shareable snacks like nachos, BBQ eggrolls, and chicken wings, as well as an extensive beer list, make this an ideal place to cheer on your favorite team.

D.B.A. Barbecue

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Matt Coggin and the gang over at D.B.A. are offering $1.50 pints of Abita Amber and all-you-can-eat wings for $12 on Monday night. With over 11 flatscreen TVs, you won't miss a single play.

Hudson Grille

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If your loyalty is to the Crimson Tide, this designated "Bama" bar is THE place to watch the game with other die-hard fans. Split $9.95 pitchers of Bud/Bud Light and Yuengling with your friends or enjoy $3.50 Shock Top pints and other drink specials throughout the evening. Also: wings, nachos, and more football-viewing staples.

Kaleidoscope Bistro & Pub

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This Brookhaven favorite will be broadcasting the game and offering a number of specials, including half-price wings all night. Add in $3 Bud Lights, $2 pints of Genny Cream Ale, $3.75 Fireball and Jäger shots, and one of the city's best burgers, and you have the makings for the perfect football viewing experience.

Meehan's Public House

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Both Alabama and Notre Dame fans are welcome for the Meehan's Vinings Game Day Party. Crimson Tide fans can chow down on pulled pork BBQ sandwich with Southern slaw washed down with Alabama Slammers, while Irish fans will be served up corned beef and cabbage paired with Irish Car Bombs. Meehan’s will also have Coors Light Buckets for $15, perfect for fans of both teams.

Smith's Olde Bar

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Smith's Olde Bar bleeds Crimson and White and is hosting the ultimate party for Alabama fans for the National Championship Game. All of the bar's rooms— Main Bar, Upstairs, Atlanta Room, Dining Room and Game Room— will be decked out in crimson and white, and the bar will be offering up drink specials as well as their signature appetizers like wings, nachos, and fried dill pickle chips.

This downtown hot spot's state-of-the-art audio system and 70 high-definition TVs ensure a prime view for every fan. Add in the bar's unique personal beer tap system— which allows guests to conveniently pour their own brews— built into eight of its tables, and you won't miss a second of the game. STATS also has five bars, which will be offering beer, wine, and specialty cocktails throughout the evening.

Tap: A Gastropub

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This Midtown favorite is offering $5 shot specials, $10 buckets of beer, $2 boiled peanuts, and a $10 burger special for the big game. Add in chef Nick McCormick's signature 3 for $10 tacos, one of the best people-watching patios in town (don't worry—they have plenty of heaters!), and 35 beers on tap, and you have all the fixings for a perfect game night.

Cypress Street Pint & Plate

Enjoy $5 Philly's and half off appetizers from 5-7 p.m. before the big game. Shareable snacks like nachos, BBQ eggrolls, and chicken wings, as well as an extensive beer list, make this an ideal place to cheer on your favorite team.

D.B.A. Barbecue

Matt Coggin and the gang over at D.B.A. are offering $1.50 pints of Abita Amber and all-you-can-eat wings for $12 on Monday night. With over 11 flatscreen TVs, you won't miss a single play.

Hudson Grille

If your loyalty is to the Crimson Tide, this designated "Bama" bar is THE place to watch the game with other die-hard fans. Split $9.95 pitchers of Bud/Bud Light and Yuengling with your friends or enjoy $3.50 Shock Top pints and other drink specials throughout the evening. Also: wings, nachos, and more football-viewing staples.

Kaleidoscope Bistro & Pub

This Brookhaven favorite will be broadcasting the game and offering a number of specials, including half-price wings all night. Add in $3 Bud Lights, $2 pints of Genny Cream Ale, $3.75 Fireball and Jäger shots, and one of the city's best burgers, and you have the makings for the perfect football viewing experience.

Meehan's Public House

Both Alabama and Notre Dame fans are welcome for the Meehan's Vinings Game Day Party. Crimson Tide fans can chow down on pulled pork BBQ sandwich with Southern slaw washed down with Alabama Slammers, while Irish fans will be served up corned beef and cabbage paired with Irish Car Bombs. Meehan’s will also have Coors Light Buckets for $15, perfect for fans of both teams.

Smith's Olde Bar

Smith's Olde Bar bleeds Crimson and White and is hosting the ultimate party for Alabama fans for the National Championship Game. All of the bar's rooms— Main Bar, Upstairs, Atlanta Room, Dining Room and Game Room— will be decked out in crimson and white, and the bar will be offering up drink specials as well as their signature appetizers like wings, nachos, and fried dill pickle chips.

Stats

This downtown hot spot's state-of-the-art audio system and 70 high-definition TVs ensure a prime view for every fan. Add in the bar's unique personal beer tap system— which allows guests to conveniently pour their own brews— built into eight of its tables, and you won't miss a second of the game. STATS also has five bars, which will be offering beer, wine, and specialty cocktails throughout the evening.

Tap: A Gastropub

This Midtown favorite is offering $5 shot specials, $10 buckets of beer, $2 boiled peanuts, and a $10 burger special for the big game. Add in chef Nick McCormick's signature 3 for $10 tacos, one of the best people-watching patios in town (don't worry—they have plenty of heaters!), and 35 beers on tap, and you have all the fixings for a perfect game night.

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