Kona is an American grill, despite what you may surmise from the name. The extensive menu includes sushi, exotic entrees, wraps, burgers, pizza, pasta and more. Perfect for a gameday visit if you love sushi their fresh fish is flown in daily. Find out why there are so many Konavore's in Tampa by stopping in to try this fabulous restaurant near Raymond James! They open at 11 am on Sunday and remain open till 10 pm.
World of Beer is the ultimate craft beer haven that offers guests a global beer experience from the barstool. This original craft beer tavern complements the largest selection of beers in Tampa Bay with tavern fare. Open at 11 am on Sundays stop in before or after the game, they are open till midnight! The perfect place to slug down unique beers with German pretzels ($8), Cheese and Sausage Boards ($15), my fave chimichurri meatballs, a Latin inspired beef and pork meatball topped with fresh garlic, and an amazing herb sauce with an arugula salad all for $8. My hubby always orders the Tavern Tots, only $7.50 WOB tops tater tots with housemade beer cheese, jalapeños, crispy bacon, scallions & sour cream with his Amber Ale. WOB also serves a full lunch and brunch menu, and a mean white peach sangria! Yes, if beer is not your thing you will be satisfied with delicious craft cocktails at WOB!
Located on Dale Mabry, in the shadows of I-275, Brick House Tavern & Tap is one of the best gameday bars in Tampa; featuring burgers, fries, onion rings and a selection of American & European beers they also make a mean Bloody Mary! (Read more about Bloody Mary's in Tampa in Best Bloody Mary Bars Found in Tampa | Top 50.) Open Sundays 11 am to midnight, Brick House is minutes away from Raymond James and dispenses happiness daily! The perfect place after the game, they always manage to put a smile on our faces following a win or loss at the stadium!
This casual comfortable sports bar serves American (New), American (Traditional), Barbeque, Burgers, Cajun/Creole, Caribbean, Chinese, Italian, Mexican, Sandwiches, Seafood, Southern, and Spanish fare with ice cold beer, a great selection of wine and tasty craft cocktails it's easy to dive into following the game!
1580 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Tampa FL Phone 813-875-7340
A prime destination for signature wines and upscale eats, this casual gameday bar in Tampa's Westshore District is across from International Plaza and Bay Street. Spanning 11,229-square-feet of modern, woody restaurant and bar, Cooper's Hawk is comfortable, cozy and a great place to commiserate if yet again, the Bucs tried to sit on a small lead, only to blow it in the end with a loss. Can you tell I've been a season ticket holder for years!
Cooper's Hawk is where we go when our focus is on wine! With a HUGE selection from blush to sparkling there is NO RISK at Cooper's Hawk, if you want to try something new, just ask, you can taste it before you buy! Be sure to try their wine flights or a specialty cocktail from the bar, their Southern Hooch with Moonshine, Pineapple Juice, Lemon, Passion Fruit, and a Sugared Rim is the perfect drink to drown those gameday blues! On Sundays Cooper's Hawk bar opens at 11:00 am and remains open until 9:00 pm. The restaurant closes at 9 pm.
Stylish and fun, Del Frisco's Grille, also in the Westshore District in Tampa, takes the classic American gameday bar and grill to new heights; using market-fresh ingredients they tantalize each and every fan! Their energetic bar is a great place to dissect the game after the final whistle while sipping on Youth Serum (Fresh Cucumber, Crushed Mint, Ketel One Vodka, and a house-made Lemon Sour Mix) or my fave their Pomegranate Margarita made with Camarena Reposado Tequila, Cointreau, Pom Juice, and a splash of fresh lime sour.
Looking for something totally laid back, a place where you can suck down cold, fresh oysters and enjoy an ice-cold beer in a totally relaxed atmosphere? Rick's may not pop into your head, but it is less than three miles from Raymond James Stadium up Himes Avenue and Columbus Drive. Approximately 7 minutes away, Rick's is the perfect place to go pre or post-game fun every gameday. Located in a marina, Rick's offers live music, great food, and cold drinks every day!
Bar Louie is a casual neighborhood bar just a few blocks from the stadium. Enjoy artfully concocted signature cocktails, beer, wine, and a diverse food menu at Louie's. Fill up before or after the game with a Louie Burger - grilled onion, provolone, spicy giardiniera - El Burrito Loco - steak, rice, black beans, lettuce, cilantro, tomato, queso, red & green sauces, sour cream, chips - or a big ol' Buffalo Chicken Pizza with fried chicken, buffalo sauce, carrot, celery, mozzarella, blue cheese crumbles, blue cheese sauce that you can share with friends.
Wherever you choose, drink responsibly, tip your server, and most importantly, have a great time! Read more about Bar Louie in Bar Louie | Why This Foodie Focused Franchise Stands Apart. Bar Louie is open Sundays from 10 am to 2 am!
We hope you enjoy one or all these places, checking out each one of these fab places to meet and eat on game day. Whether it's before or after the game is up to you, personally, I prefer after simply because once I arrive, I just do not want to leave. We are fortunate in Tampa to have a great selection of fine places to feast on gameday, let us know which are your favorites in COMMENTS below!