While all fans are welcome, Mother's Saloon, at 2228 Bacon St., bleeds green for Oregon Ducks on Saturdays. But on Sundays, Pats and Chargers banners do hang from the ceiling so it’s fair to say the Mother’s love gets passed around.
The Catalina Lounge, at 4202 Voltaire St., is a vintage hole-in-the-wall spot for Green Bay fans. Bartender Anne’s delicious handmade Bloody Mary’s keep the Cheeseheads happy.
San Diego is definitely not known for its lack of enthusiastic sports fans. Though the Padres are the local shining star, the local sports bars are just as dedicated to touchdowns as they are to home runs.
Here is a list of Ocean Beach and Point Loma sports bars (and their affiliated teams) so fans can know where to stuff themselves with wings and cheer with the best craft beer.
The classic rock, cheap drinks and assortment of pool tables makes this cash-only dive bar at 4202 Voltaire St. a vintage hole-in-the-wall spot for a Green Bay “pack.” Bartender Anne’s delicious handmade Bloody Mary’s, several beer specials, and free hotdogs and chips on NFL Sundays keep the Cheeseheads happy.
Sunshine Company Saloon
This bar at 5028 Newport Ave. is so devoted to its beer, even the urinals are made of beer kegs. Established in the ’70s, the jukebox keeps the Sunshine Saloon true to its heritage, while still pacifying Oakland Raiders fans with their many huge HD TVs.
Bring a canine companion to this dog-friendly Irish pub at 4935 Newport Ave., which has award-winning food, live music and their 24-beer handle selection. After all, don’t the pups deserve to celebrate an Eagles victory too?
Winstons Beach Club
Not only will they be showcasing the Redskins playing their NFC East rivals, but Winstons, at 1921 Bacon St., will also be hosting karaoke and a Girls Night Out. Recognized as a music-fan bar, guests can expect loud cheers for Winstons live music bands, as well as for the football game.
For those on the other side, wanting to support the red-feathered mascot, Arizona Cardinal fans can find a home at the Arizona Café, 1925 Bacon St. Their $3 domestic drafts and friendly bartenders are welcoming features to this home away from home for Arizona fans.
OB Noodle House Bar 1502
Wings and fries are not the only fan foods cravings on game day. Sometimes, fresh spring rolls, fried dumplings and peanut butter whiskey shots will hit the spot, and Bar 1502, at 4993 Niagara Ave., has it covered for Seattle fans.
Raglan Public House
New Zealand-style burgers are another way to go for game day gourmet at this popular spot at 1851 Bacon St. Plus, Raglan’s happy hour offers half-off appetizers and $5 sangrias. It’s enough to make everyone a Miami Dolphins die-hard.
(Ducks, Patriots and Chargers)
While all fans are welcome, Mother's Saloon, at 2228 Bacon St., bleeds green for Oregon Ducks on Saturdays. But on Sundays, Pats and Chargers banners do hang from the ceiling so it’s fair to say the Mother’s love gets passed around. With 25 big screen TVs, guests can even put in requests for their game of choice.
Wonderland Ocean Pub
Shuffleboard, giant Jenga and sunset toasts to honor the spectacular view, Wonderland, at 5083 Santa Monica Ave., is a rabbit hole for New England Pats fans. The Mac Daddy Ahi Poke is a signature favorite and their cocktails are impressively strange, some topped with bacon, jalapenos and celery.
LA Rams fans should head to this expansive brewpub for house-brewed beer in a soaring, three-story space with a large rooftop patio at 5041 Newport Ave.
Other, non-specific NFL team bars include Harbor Town Pub, Tilted Stick Bar & Grill, Goodbar, Oggi’s, Banzai Bar, the Reunion Pub, Pizza Port, Voltaire Beach House, OB Surf Lodge, Bayside Bar, Paradise Lounge and Grill, Tony’s Martini Bar, Buffalo Wild Wings, Lucy’s Tavern, and Fathom Bistro Bait & Tackle.