Phoenix is a major sports town with professional teams in the NBA, WNBA, MLB, NFL and NHL, not to mention collegiate and local sports in just about every category with huge fan bases. And the number of sports bars in Phoenix to cheer on your favorite teams is just as impressive.

If you want to catch the action via big-screen TVs with bites and beverages, check out these top sports bars in Greater Phoenix. Looking for Arizona Diamondbacks 2023 World Series watch parties? Check out the bars on our list and our World Series page for more parties. 


Majerle’s Sports Grill

Owned by former Phoenix Suns standout Dan Majerle, a Sun’s Ring of Honor inductee and (more recently) head men’s basketball coach at Grand Canyon University, the downtown sports bar has been a fan favorite since it opened in 1992.

Whether it’s a pre-game destination or a game-day stop for the sports-minded, the “original downtown sports bar” serves up a winning and hearty lineup with appetizers, salads, sandwiches and entrees like Sir Charles Southwest Chicken Pasta, as well as a kids menu for rookie starters. 


Zipps Sports Grill

Zipps Sports Grill is a casual, neighborhood bar chain with multiple locations that plays with a deep bench: plenty of homemade food, beverages, entertainment and large-format HD TVs to view the game and relax. While Zipps is a casual neighborhood bar without pretense, it’s the happy hour lineup, nightly food and drink specials, and weekend hangover and football deals on premium pints and mimosas, speciality burgers and premium pitchers that get a standing ovation from the crowd.


O.H.S.O. Brewery

​O.H.S.O. is a restaurant, local nano-brewery, distillery and dog-friendly social hotspot that’s perfect for sports fanatics to chill and enjoy the game. With 40-plus beers on tap, as well as wine and house cocktails, there’s always something to cheer about.

Signature taproom selections and local and global guest beers, make a great team with American comfort food such as beer-braised short ribs, mac ‘n cheese, and chicken and waffles.   For an easy breezy weekend, check out their beer brunch served on the ample patio with seating for your four-legged friends. At the Paradise Valley location, guests also can participate in a variety of yard games.


Guy Fieri's DTPHX Kitchen + Bar

Caesars Sportsbook and Guy Fieri’s DTPHX Kitchen + Bar, a two-story, 22,300-square-foot entertainment destination is located adjacent to Chase Field in Downtown Phoenix.

Guy Fieri's DTPHX Kitchen + Bar at Caesars Sportsbook marks the celebrity chef’s first-ever full-service restaurant in Arizona that offers scratch-made food, signature and classic cocktails, and an extensive beer and wine menu. The menu also features a combination of new recipes and Fieri’s personal favorites from his other restaurants, including the world-famous Trash Can Nachos and award-winning Bacon Mac ‘n’ Cheeseburger.


The Dirty Drummer 

The first Dirty Drummer opened its doors in Phoenix in 1975 at their current location on 44th st. The Dirty Drummer's tagline is "Welcome back to the Dirty Drummer, for good friends and good times!" The bar is a popular spot for live music, particularly Country and Americana, but notably the bar serves as a community gathering place for big sports events. The Dirty Drummer offers a full menu of burgers, sandwiches, salads, and more.  Along with cold beer, cocktails, and wine, the bar also offers non-alcoholic options. 


The Vig

It’s not your typical sports bar, but The Vig was designed for action and fun. With large patios and lawn games, it’s a competitive entertainment arena and an elevated field experience for the sports enthusiast.

The menu features appetizers like nachos, crispy calamari and steamed edamame, along with salads, burgers, sandwiches and entrees, including poke bowls, short rib tacos and pozole. “Vignature” cocktails such as the Tiki Do You Love Me and Take Two to Mango, a killer happy hour and a well-played weekend brunch also give The Vig offensive depth on game day. 


Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers at Chase Field

Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers is your neighborhood burger joint —  if your neighborhood burger joint was located inside of Chase Field. Accompanied by one of the best views in the ballpark, the restaurant serves flavorful hand-crafted options, juicy one-of-a-kind burgers, and are famous for their wide arrangement of delicious beers. Among the popular Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers menu items created by Chef Robert Wagner will be “The Big Unit Burger” inspired by none other than acclaimed D-backs World Champion pitcher and Hall of Famer Randy Johnson.

The ballpark restaurant opens at 11AM for those who would like to catch the pregame excitement and view events on the many TV monitors inside. Fans can also purchase tickets for the Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers Terrace, which is available all season.


Chicken N Pickle

Catch the game of your choice at Chicken N Pickle, a casual, chef-driven restaurant and sports bar that boasts pickleball courts, a variety of yard games and enough space to kick back and relax with your favorite people. As a plus, all dogs are welcome in Chicken N Pickle's outdoor space. 


CAZ Sports Bar at Casino Arizona

Far from your usual sports bar experience, CAZ Sports Bar delivers a delicious menu of fan-favorite food, two projection screens, and a huge video wall so you don’t miss a second of the action. In addition to special sports and trivia events, the CAZ Sports Bar has live entertainment most nights of the week. More sports, better food, and all your favorite drinks – CAZ has it all. 


Half Moon Windy City Sports Grill

In terms of rankings, Half Moon Windy City is a step above a typical sports bar with cheeky décor and a club-like atmosphere. Inspired by the owner’s north side Chicago roots, the Biltmore-area grill delivers winning game strategies with high-def TVs that only feature sports and an eclectic menu featuring Chicago-style pizza and Vienna dogs, sammies and award-winning wings.

Despite the Chicago connection, Half Moon Windy City embraces alumni groups from across the country to cheer on their favorite collegiate teams. And for serious sports nuts with late-night munchies, the kitchen stays open daily until 1:30 am. 


Santisi Brothers Pizzeria & Sports Bar

Santisi Brothers isn’t just a pizzeria and sports bar: It’s game nirvana where guests can play billiards, poker and karaoke. The bar’s “wide world of sports” features 60 TVs with 11 65-inch wide screens on one wall, so it’s impossible to miss a game, even if you’re cueing up or singing “Take Me Out to the Ballgame.”

What’s on deck? Authentic New York pizza, Buffalo wings, deli subs, calzones and pastas made from the family’s recipe box, as well as ribs, pork chips and fresh seafood. Plus, Santisi hosts all Ultimate Fighting Championship PPV fights.