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Best Places to Watch Sports in Gwinnett

Fall and Football go together so nicely.

There is something about the weather changing that puts us in the mood for football. You can't beat a Saturday or Sunday watching your team win, while eating good food and hanging out with friends. If you are looking for places to go and watch the game so you don't have to worry about people coming to your house then keep reading. 

Even if football is not your sport, most locations will show soccer, baseball and basketball during the proper season. 

Sports on the Screen

Peachtree Corners is hosting Sports on the Screen at their Town Center most Saturdays September to December, see below for more details. Bring your chairs, blankets and tailgate equipment to cheer on your team. 

Gwinnett Breweries

Head on down to your local brewery for a drink while you watch the game. Most breweries will have games on and provide a fun environment for hanging out with friends. Want more information on Gwinnett Breweries? Click here for our Guide to Beer & Beverages

Cosmo's Pizza + Social

With over 10 TV's and surround sounds, Cosmo's is the gameday place. Each Saturday they will have a football menu, prizes and giveaways. 

Mazzy's Sports Bar and Grill

Mazzy's is not your average sports bar. If you combine their great selection of food, beer and cocktails with their large selection of screens, you are sure to be pleased. This is the perfect place to catch multiple games at once. 

They also have a Mazzy's Sports Tavern location in Duluth. 

Tannery Row Ale House

Can't attend a game in person but still want the tailgate experience? Head on over to Tannery Row Ale House, they are hosting tailgate parties that will include corn hole, a DJ, life size Jenga and more. Once you are done tailgating, head inside for a watch party on their new seating and TV's to make every seat in the house a good one. 

Check their website for specific dates. 

Have a favorite gameday place? Comment below to let us know and we will add it to our list. 

Post by Clara Rooks

Clara lived in Dacula for 14 years before moving to Bethlehem with her husband and Goldendoodle, Sadie. She loves to get a book from the local library and take it to one of Gwinnett's many coffee spots. Outside of work you can find her fishing with her husband, getting smoothies or hanging out with family.