Sunday Funday in a sports bar means sweaty men in tight pants pushing, shoving, and tackling one another, and never more so on Super Bowl Sunday.
If you want to avoid game day chaos and inevitable natcho strewn mess after hosting the guys at your place while serving 7-layer bean dip, allow us to suggest a few sports bars that are sure to be a gay ol’ time.
To help you avoid the sports bars full of beer chugging jock bros — unless, of course, you’re into that — we’ve found some gay-friendly options for the butch boys who like to talk tight ends and wide receivers.
This Atlanta destination is popular with masculine men and no Sunday is complete without a great Bloody Mary.
At this Boston watering hole, fill up on gastropub bites and even sip a cocktail if beer isn’t your thing.
Between tackles and touchdowns, enjoy a giant game of Connect Four on Sunday Funday.
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Looking for some action while you watch the action? Arrive to this Minneapolis sports bar in your leather gear for some increased excitement.
This is Pittsburgh’s sports destination. Hang here for a no frills sports bar experience.
Come here to get filled up. This downtown Jacksonville spot serves beers by the pitcher.
There’s a diverse and dynamic crowd at this Philadelphia Gayborhood sports bar in Washington Square West.
In true San Francisco fashion, the food at Hi-Tops is reason enough to visit.
The bartenders at Boxers wear boxer shorts and there’s plenty of space to spread out at this two level sports bar in Philadelphia.
Gym is the first openly gay sports bar and it all started in NYC. You’re also in luck if you’re in LA or Ft. Lauderdale, ‘cuz Gym pours in those cities, too.
Sunday Funday in Detroit means nachos, burgers, and a rooftop deck at Briggs.