Best sports bars in Nashville to watch Tennessee Vols football games

Tennessee football fans know how to commemorate an occasion, whether they’re cheering on the Vols in a historic win over Alabama or just taking down another top-25 opponent on a college football Saturday.

Luckily for UT fans, there are plenty of sports bars in the Nashville area that have atmospheres applicable for the Big Orange faithful. As the unbeaten Vols make their push in what could be an epic season, these go-to places are rocking like Rocky Top for those looking to catch a game close to home.

Here are 10 sports bars in the area to consider:

Crow’s Nest

Address: 2221 Bandywood Drive, Nashville

What’s on tap: Bucket of beer specials on UT game days along with a house special “Vol Bomb,” a fruity orange-flavored $5 drink.

What’s on the menu: Barbecue chicken breast, house smoked brisket and salmon, homemade meatloaf, some of the best burgers in town, Cali Club sandwich with sliced ​​turkey, pepper jack cheese, lettuce, tomato, avocado and chipotle mayo on toasted jalapeno bread.

What’s the UT vibe: Lots of room with a front patio, upstairs and front and back decks. There’s a big bar and more than 50 big-screen TVs.

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Scoreboard Bar & Grill

Address: 2408 Music Valley Drive, Nashville

What’s on tap: Bucket of beer specials on game day

What’s on the menu: Famous for its hot chicken, which has been featured on the Food Network, ranging in heat from “Sissy” to “Satan’s Tongue” to “Hiroshima.” The smoked half-chicken is also popular, along with the ribs and pulled pork.

What’s the UT vibe: Located near Opryland Hotel, Scoreboard has been around for more than 25 years and been a hot spot for Tennessee fans since the Vols won the national championship in 1998.

BoomBozz Craft Pizza & Tap House East Nashville

Address: 1003 Russell Street, Nashville

What’s on tap: Lots of game-day beer specials, with 40 choices on tap.

What’s on the menu: Along with a wide variety of pizzas, including create-your-own from 12 different meats and 20 veggies, there’s pasta, three types of wings and the Italian cobb salad.

What’s the UT vibe: The Nashville Area UT Alumni Chapter often hosts watch parties here. There are 75 TVs, inside and outside bars and dinning and a playground for the kids.

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JB’s Pour House

Address: 4770 Lebanon Pike, Hermitage

What’s on tap: Happy hour on Saturdays lasts from 11 am to 7 pm and includes $1 off draft beer, double pours, well drinks and house wines. Also, bottomless Bloody Mary cocktails are $17 and a bottle of mimosa champagne is $17.

What’s on the menu: Bang bang shrimp, a wide variety of quesadillas, traditional and boneless wings along with the Phat Boy burger, which is two ½-pound beef patties, bacon, American and cheddar cheese and queso.

What’s the UT vibe: Located near the Davidson County line, it attracts Vols fans from Mt. Juliet and Lebanon. There are inside and outside bars, a patio and 35 big-screen TVs.

Bringle’s Smoking Oasis

Address: 4901 Centennial Blvd., Nashville

What’s on tap: Full bar with craft beer from local breweries, including East Nashville Beer Works, and lots of drink specials on game day.

What’s on the menu: Pitmaster Carey Bringle has won barbecue contests for more than 27 years, and his specialties include smoked turkey, prime rib, pork chop and bologna, along with brisket, beef ribs, St. Louis pork ribs, pulled pork, pork belly, cheddar sausage and Thin-cut glazed bacon and jalapeno.

What’s the UT vibe: Located in the Nations Neighborhood, this place is packed with Vols fans every game. There are indoor and outdoor dining areas, it’s a dog-friendly establishment and only open Friday to Sunday for the fall and winter.

Sam’s Place — Nippers Corner

Address: 15545 Old Hickory Blvd., Nashville

What’s on tap: October features brews from Yee-Haw Brewing Company, with YeeHaw Dunkel on draft and YeeHaw IPA and YeeHaw Octoberfest in 12-ounce cans.

What’s on the menu: Build-your-own pizzas, jumbo buffalo wings, barbecue baby back ribs, lots of sandwiches featuring the Grilled Cajun Barramundi and salads.

What’s the UT vibe: With 33 big-screen TVs, Sam’s Place is part of the Sperry’s Restaurant family, so you know the food is good.

The Original Corner Pub

Address: 4109 Hillsboro Pike, Nashville

What’s on tap: Bucket of beer specials on game day, along with the Vol Bombs (orange-colored drinks) for $5.

What’s on the menu: Meatball quesadilla, aka The Mexican Stromboli; hot chicken chunks served on crispy fries; and southern fried chicken tender platter.

What’s the UT vibe: It’s a quaint, family owned establishment that has been around for many years and is popular with Vols fans. There are 15 big-screen TVs and a covered porch off the main dinning room.

Neighbors of Franklin

Address: 4031 Aspen Grove Drive, Franklin

What’s on tap: Specials on 64-ounce beer pitchers on game days.

What’s on the menu: Inhouse smoker, wings, hot honey crispy chicken sandwich, herb marinated grilled chicken breast fresh-caught Atlantic salmon and Neighbors nachos (huge portion).

What’s the UT Vibe: There are 26 big-screen TVs, including four 75-inch screens lined side-by-side for 300 inches of viewing. The patio has 12 tables and two outside weather TVs.

Plantation Pub

Address: 8321 Sawyer Brown Road, Bellevue

What’s on tap: Specials on Vol bombs, orange Gatorade cocktails and beer buckets on game days.

What’s on the menu: Pizza, steak and chicken biscuits, shrimp and chicken skewers along with catfish, shrimp and chicken tender baskets served with fries.

What’s the UT vibe: A connected outdoor deck is enclosed with canvas sides and a heater during cooler months. There are several outdoor and indoor TVs. Hours are adjusted to accommodate Vols fans when Tennessee plays an early game on Saturdays.

South Side Kitchen & Pub

Address: 2190 Nolensville Pike, Nashville

What’s on tap: A whisky-lovers haven. Currently offering more than 200 whiskeys, from core to allocated and from bourbon to Japanese, and the list is constantly growing.

What’s on the menu: Brunch on game day until 3 pm, then dinner, which includes bourbon nachos, pork chops, lemon herb chicken, fish and chips, grilled salmon and steak frites to choose from for dinner.

What’s the UT Vibe: Spacious dinning area with patio, lots of high-top tables and TVs lining every wall.

Reach Mike Organ at 615-259-8021 or on Twitter @MikeOganWriter.

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