Here Are 13 Fanfavorite Sports Bars To Watch The Friars’ Basketball Games This March


Here Are 13 Fanfavorite Sports Bars To Watch The Friars’ Basketball Games This March

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Here Are 13 Fanfavorite Sports Bars To Watch The Friars’ Basketball Games This March
Here Are 13 Fanfavorite Sports Bars To Watch The Friars' Basketball Games This March

Let's go brothers.

When the Providence Friars men's basketball team competes in the Big East tournament, one of the questions for those who haven't traveled to New York City is, what went wrong on the court, and where do they watch the games?

If you'd rather watch the game with other fans than stay home, there are 13 sports bars in Rhode Island that will be showing the game.

Providence Sports Bar

Address: 122 Washington Street, Providence

Time to celebrate Irish and watch some college basketball. Mix the two at Blake's Tavern, which shows all Providence College basketball games, and grab a brick oven pizza while you're there.

Address: 571 Admiral Street, Providence

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Another classic Irish pub, Bradley's makes no secret of being a Friar fan and is a fan favourite. Memorabilia is dotted on the walls as people gather around eight televisions to watch and cheer on the game.

Address: 800 Allens Ave., Providence

A neighborhood restaurant and bar, this place provides a relaxed atmosphere to make friends and watch the game. There are televisions on almost every wall, including a 75-inch TV in the customer's room and two 60-inch TVs in the bar.

Address: 937 Chalkstone Ave, Providence

Gilligan's, a typically classic Irish pub, makes sure it's open for Monks games, even if that means opening earlier than usual. Grab a beer and a wooden chair bar and get ready to have a good time.

Address: 133 Douglas Street, Providence

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Ladder 133 Kitchen & Social often attracts a full restaurant, sports bar, lounge, and event space. 33 TVs are placed around the restaurant providing a great view of wildlife from every seat.

Address: Kiverney Street. 52, Providence

Billing itself as the "basketball home" of the March Madness, this Nashville-inspired restaurant takes game day very seriously. They have two jumbo screens, 17 TV's and two bars.

Address : 61 Orange Street, Providence

Usually a hangout for sports fans, the Providence G Pub delivers big action at Friars games. This sports bar has 17 widescreen TVs to go with the bar's full menu and game menu. Free valet parking is also available.

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To kick off March Madness, G Pub is hosting a Miller Lite Bracket Party on Sunday March 12th from 6-10pm.

Address : 53 Ashburton Street, Providence

Snookers has 60 televisions with a sound system saying this sports bar will give you the feeling that you are in the stadium. In business since 1989, it is one of the largest sports bars in Rhode Island.

Address: 36 Exchange Terrace, Providence

There is no better way for a brewery to show its support for a team than by naming a beer after the team, and Union Station has done just that with their Friartown IPA. In game days, brothers are on the big screen and you know who everyone is rooting for.

A sports bar outside of Providence, Rhode Island

Address : 5835 Post Road, East Greenwich

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With a name like The End Zone, it's a true sports bar. The cozy feel of this bar is enhanced by placing sofas in one part of the bar giving you the feeling of being in your own living room. Only with better food and more beer.

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Address : 1599 Post Rd, Warwick

With 36 beers on tap, Grid Iron is a great option to grab a pint while watching Monk play. They put 14 TV's around the bar, giving everyone a great place to be.

Address: 345 Thames Street, Newport

With multiple TVs, the Midtown Oyster Bar is a popular spot for watching Monks games and often hosts a viewing party. Dress up your brother, get some oysters and enjoy the game.

Address: 2299 Post Rd., Warwick

A neighborhood sports bar, Tavern 12, installed 28 televisions with surround sound so everyone, especially everyone at the bar, could clearly see the game.

This article originally appeared in The Providence Journal. Where can I find the Brothers of Providence? 13 Sports Bars To Try In RI!

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