Sports and bars are two of life's greatest pleasures, and combined they catapult to an entirely different level. Catch a game, a drink, and an all-around good time at these 8 great sports bars in New Hampshire!
O’Brien’s one-ups the other area sports bars with its incredible menu of pub fare. Add good service, big screens, and affordable drinks, and you have a winning combination, no matter the sport or season.
Family owned and usually bustling, Time-Out is a great place to catch a game and have a beer. Try the tater-tot nachos for an unusual take on traditional pub grub.
A cozy bar with good sized screens that serves food until after midnight? Count me in! Season Tickets in Manchester is a great place to enjoy local and national sporting events. Bring your friends, or make some new ones at the bar!
As Portsmouth’s largest Sports Bar, Mojo’s is the place to be on game night. Visit on Monday nights for a $6 burger and beer combo.
A cozy, American joint with outdoor deck for when the game gets too heated. Visit for quality bar food and 15, 70-inch TVs. Check their website for special events and discounts!
Billy’s takes its food as seriously as it takes its sports, serving a comprehensive menu alongside 52 flat screen TVs. Don’t you dare leave until you try the Naughty Nurses Chocolate Chip Cookie Skillet, a local legend on the dessert scene.
Whether you bring the whole gang or just yourself, there are few better places to enjoy a beer and a game than AJ’s. This Hudson location offers up impeccable, friendly service and camaraderie like no other. Check their website for events and special offers!
Whether you stop by for a game, or for Thursday’s Open Mic Night, The Hen House is the place to be in Newton. Enjoy drinks and grub in a laid-back atmosphere with fellow sports lovers.