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Where to Watch The Saints Game, Reader Decided

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With the Saints first away-game happening this Sunday, September 15, as da boys take on the Buccaneers at 3:05 p.m. (CT), let's talk about where to watch the game. Eater has asked you, dearest readers, about your favorite bars in New Orleans for Saints fans, and speak you did. So here now, are Eater Readers' Favorite Saints Bars for watching the game and all dat.

Don't see your favorite Saints bar on the list? See a bar that should absolutely NOT be on this list? Tell us about it in the comments section or send us an email. We'll be updating the map all season long, so Who Dat and carry on.


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Bayou Beer Garden

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The BBG is STILL the jam for watching Saints Game. The bar has a killer back deck for nice weather, and the game is projected onto a big screen. They also have ten plasma televisions, great bar food (including the popular gravy fries) and beer bucket specials to get you there. Go early to claim a seat.

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 spanking new back courtyard with a 70" television, and is now non-smoking inside with 10 HD TVs, a fancy new food menu including brunch, a well-stocked bar and rabid, local fans. Order a Cool Brees mimosa to start.

Markey's Bar

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The place to watch games in the Bywater, Markey's is a very local Saints fan haunt and for good reason. The bar is long enough to get a good view from any seat, and there's lots of tables. There's deep fried bar food and quick service. The bartenders treat you well, and are much loved by their regulars (so don't try any funny stuff, drunk guy).
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. You never know what you're gonna get, other than the obligatory "voodoo doll, flags, and game winning shots."

Tchoup 45

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An Eater commenter says, "drink specials, free food (sometimes made by well-known chefs), a huge screen TV plus many smaller ones all airing the game, and lots of friendly camaraderie" make this Uptown bar a hoot, even though some Pats fan take over the back.

The Irish House

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This weekend expect is Irish House's 'half way to St. Patrick weekend,' so game day will be huge with the Muff-a-lotta dance troop performing and many a drink special, including "$3 pints during the game," says one Eater reader, and free shots when the Saints score. They've also been known to do a wing and pitcher special on the cheap too. Open for brunch at 8 a.m. for home games too.

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.

Spirits On Bourbon

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Yes, this is the place that appeared on an episode Bar Rescue. Lately they've been gaining popularity as a good place to watch games on Bourbon (if you dare go there), and have been featured on Fox8's tailgate show. The bar has NFL Ticket, a courtyard with lots of televisions, game specials, dueling pianos, and a specialty drink that glows. Is your mind blown yet?

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Bayou Beer Garden

The BBG is STILL the jam for watching Saints Game. The bar has a killer back deck for nice weather, and the game is projected onto a big screen. They also have ten plasma televisions, great bar food (including the popular gravy fries) and beer bucket specials to get you there. Go early to claim a seat.

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 spanking new back courtyard with a 70" television, and is now non-smoking inside with 10 HD TVs, a fancy new food menu including brunch, a well-stocked bar and rabid, local fans. Order a Cool Brees mimosa to start.

Markey's Bar

The place to watch games in the Bywater, Markey's is a very local Saints fan haunt and for good reason. The bar is long enough to get a good view from any seat, and there's lots of tables. There's deep fried bar food and quick service. The bartenders treat you well, and are much loved by their regulars (so don't try any funny stuff, drunk guy).

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. You never know what you're gonna get, other than the obligatory "voodoo doll, flags, and game winning shots."

Tchoup 45

An Eater commenter says, "drink specials, free food (sometimes made by well-known chefs), a huge screen TV plus many smaller ones all airing the game, and lots of friendly camaraderie" make this Uptown bar a hoot, even though some Pats fan take over the back.

The Irish House

This weekend expect is Irish House's 'half way to St. Patrick weekend,' so game day will be huge with the Muff-a-lotta dance troop performing and many a drink special, including "$3 pints during the game," says one Eater reader, and free shots when the Saints score. They've also been known to do a wing and pitcher special on the cheap too. Open for brunch at 8 a.m. for home games too.

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.

Spirits On Bourbon

Yes, this is the place that appeared on an episode Bar Rescue. Lately they've been gaining popularity as a good place to watch games on Bourbon (if you dare go there), and have been featured on Fox8's tailgate show. The bar has NFL Ticket, a courtyard with lots of televisions, game specials, dueling pianos, and a specialty drink that glows. Is your mind blown yet?

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