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 Bobby Hebert's Cajun Cannon features 30+ televisions
Bobby Hebert's Cajun Cannon features 30+ televisions
Photo: Official Website

The Best Bars To Watch The Saints Play in New Orleans

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Bobby Hebert's Cajun Cannon features 30+ televisions
| Photo: Official Website

On Tuesday, Eater dropped a guide to the best college team bars in New Orleans and now it's time to turn our attention to The Saints. Here are the best bars to catch the Saints game on Sunday, freshly updated for the new season. This year, a handful of new spots join old favorites to comprise the list. These bars offer specials galore, great television coverage, awesome food, and sometimes even free food.

We'll update this list again throughout the season, so if you agree, disagree, or have a favorite you want to see on this list, do leave a comment or send an email to the tipline.

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Barrel Proof

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Whiskey, beer, Black Label Barbecue, ample space and fancy new televisions in the Lower Garden District.

The Bulldog Mid City

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A tipster lays it down: "$3 Bloody Marys until 2 p.m. every Sunday, $50 gift card raffle every Saints game with a chance to win a Super Bowl party. Free shots win or lose and good food. Some of the best wings in the city. Plenty of outdoor seating, fans when it's hot, heaters when it's cold and plenty of shade. Five outdoor TVs, seven inside plus a new projector. And dog friendly."

Bobby Hebert's Cajun Cannon

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This Metairie bar and grill, owned by former Saints quarterback Bobby Hebert, is a game day mecca. Lots of unhealthy food, a $50 giant burger challenge, ample booze, surround sound, and so many televisions they even have them in the bathroom.

Bayou Beer Garden

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The BBG is STILL the jam for watching Saints Game. A killer back deck, a big screen, ten plasma televisions inside, great bar food and beer bucket specials. Go early to claim a seat.

Snooty Cooter

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All the perks of Cooter Brown's--tons of televisions, oysters, fried foods--with the addition of fancy new beers on tap.

Markey's Bar

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The place to watch games in the Bywater, Markey's. A long bar, good view of televisions from any seat, and lots of tables.

Mid-City Yacht Club

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Not a yacht club at all, this bar's name is a reference to the water level in Mid City after Katrina. MCYC has a back courtyard with a 70" television, and is now non-smoking inside with 10 HD TVs, food, a well-stocked bar and rabid, local fans. Order a Cool Brees mimosa to start.

Ole Saint

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This relatively new French Quarter taproom and restaurant from former Saint running back Deuce McAllister has 50+ beers on tap, game day drink specials, and occasional appearances by Deuce.

Tracey's

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18 Televisions, famous Roast Beef Po Boys, gravy cheese fries... What more could you ask for on game day? Oh yeah, drink specials, lots of Who Dats, and a lot of space to get ya crunk dance on in this Irish Channel favorite.

Capdeville

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This CBD fave offers a gameday menu, $4 happy hour specials during Saints games and free shots of Rebel Yell bourbon for all guests when the Saints get a touchdown.
The small Marigny bar known for attracting hipsters and old weirdos alike throws Saints parties that promise total mayhem, from victory shots, free food, to full on brass bands that have wandered in during half-time.

CellarDoor

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CBD newcomer CellarDoor offers a special game day menu as well as their regular menu. On Sundays, brunch starts at 9 a.m. and goes all day, and they just got an HD projector for the game.

Tchoup 45

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Drink specials, free food, and ample televisions make this an Uptown favorite for games.

Barrel Proof

Whiskey, beer, Black Label Barbecue, ample space and fancy new televisions in the Lower Garden District.

The Bulldog Mid City

A tipster lays it down: "$3 Bloody Marys until 2 p.m. every Sunday, $50 gift card raffle every Saints game with a chance to win a Super Bowl party. Free shots win or lose and good food. Some of the best wings in the city. Plenty of outdoor seating, fans when it's hot, heaters when it's cold and plenty of shade. Five outdoor TVs, seven inside plus a new projector. And dog friendly."

Bobby Hebert's Cajun Cannon

This Metairie bar and grill, owned by former Saints quarterback Bobby Hebert, is a game day mecca. Lots of unhealthy food, a $50 giant burger challenge, ample booze, surround sound, and so many televisions they even have them in the bathroom.

Bayou Beer Garden

The BBG is STILL the jam for watching Saints Game. A killer back deck, a big screen, ten plasma televisions inside, great bar food and beer bucket specials. Go early to claim a seat.

Snooty Cooter

All the perks of Cooter Brown's--tons of televisions, oysters, fried foods--with the addition of fancy new beers on tap.

Markey's Bar

The place to watch games in the Bywater, Markey's. A long bar, good view of televisions from any seat, and lots of tables.

Mid-City Yacht Club

Not a yacht club at all, this bar's name is a reference to the water level in Mid City after Katrina. MCYC has a back courtyard with a 70" television, and is now non-smoking inside with 10 HD TVs, food, a well-stocked bar and rabid, local fans. Order a Cool Brees mimosa to start.

Ole Saint

This relatively new French Quarter taproom and restaurant from former Saint running back Deuce McAllister has 50+ beers on tap, game day drink specials, and occasional appearances by Deuce.

Tracey's

18 Televisions, famous Roast Beef Po Boys, gravy cheese fries... What more could you ask for on game day? Oh yeah, drink specials, lots of Who Dats, and a lot of space to get ya crunk dance on in this Irish Channel favorite.

Capdeville

This CBD fave offers a gameday menu, $4 happy hour specials during Saints games and free shots of Rebel Yell bourbon for all guests when the Saints get a touchdown.

R Bar

The small Marigny bar known for attracting hipsters and old weirdos alike throws Saints parties that promise total mayhem, from victory shots, free food, to full on brass bands that have wandered in during half-time.

CellarDoor

CBD newcomer CellarDoor offers a special game day menu as well as their regular menu. On Sundays, brunch starts at 9 a.m. and goes all day, and they just got an HD projector for the game.

Tchoup 45

Drink specials, free food, and ample televisions make this an Uptown favorite for games.

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