Best Places to Watch Sunday Football in Anaheim

Posted

September 8, 2017

Sunday, Sunday, SUNDAY! Football season has arrived and it’s time to commemorate this time of year properly. With a cold one in hand and the game on blast, your Sundays are about to get kicked up a notch. Bring the whole crew to grub on some game-time bites and root for your favorite team at these Anaheim spots. Cheers to a great season ahead!

 

The Oyster Bar SKC

ARTIC, Anaheim

Anaheim’s beautiful new ARTIC center might not be the first place that comes to mind when you think ‘football,’ but once you visit The Oyster Bar SKC, you’re bound to change your mind. Have you ever slurped down freshly shucked oysters while watching your team make a touchdown? Or maybe even some delicious pan roast? If not, trust us… the time is now. Plus, if you’re en route from OC to watch a game at LA’s brand-new stadium, this is the ideal spot to indulge beforehand. The creole flavors at this new Anaheim hot spot pair surprisingly perfectly with a cold brew and the game.

 

Karl Strauss Brewing Co.

Orangewood Ave., Anaheim

It’s a known fact that football is best with a beer in hand. Karl Strauss Brewing Company has got you covered in more ways than one. With over 20+ house brews on tap at a time and incredible bar food available, your experience is going to be top notch. Snag a pint and an order of their delicious Beer Pretzels (spice-rubbed, with spicy mango mustard and beer cheese dip) or even one of their varieties of gooey mac and cheese, and boom… your Sunday game day is complete.

 

Slater’s 50/50



Santa Ana Canyon Rd., Anaheim

When it comes to ‘Sunday Funday,’ Slater’s 50/50 has got it all. Their Anaheim Hills location features multiple TV’s, housemade cocktails, countless beers on tap and award-winning burgers! Build your own creation between the buns, or get down on one of their fan-favorites like the The Original 50/50 (featuring their signature 50% beef 50% bacon patty, pepper jack, a sunny side up egg, avocado mash, and chipotle adobo mayo) or the Peanut Butter & Jellousy (100% Black Canyon Angus beef patty, thick-cut bacon, peanut butter, strawberry jelly, and honey). Doesn’t get much more American than burgers, beer and football!

The Iron Press

Anaheim Packing District

Located in the historic Anaheim Packing District, The Iron Press serves up craft beer, creative waffle sandwiches, and more. With 28 taps of rare and delicious craft beer, it’s easy to spend a few hours at this local spot. The Fried Chicken sandwich is a crowd favorite, but if you’re just looking for some good finger food to pair with your beer, grab an order of the tater tots tossed in garlic and parmesan, and pair with one of their 10 housemade sauces. Not to mention their newest drool-worthy menu item, the Chick Mac-Net (featuring kraft mac and cheese and fried chicken on a cheddar waffle). Bring your best bud or the whole crew, The Iron Press team is always welcoming and eager to cheers with you!

Angelo’s Hamburgers

State College Blvd, Anaheim

Angelo’s is far from your ordinary burger joint. This family-friendly establishment was first founded in 1957 and was known as ‘the father of flame broiling’ at the time. It’s safe to say the hamburger is a top menu item at this joint. Settle in for the game and don’t be surprised when you’re transported back to the ‘50s when your server rolls up on skates to take your order. Aside from the football fun, Angelo’s often hosts trivia on Sunday’s as well, so get ready for games on games!

 

Out Of The Park Pizza



La Palma Ave, Anaheim

With ample seating and plenty of televisions, you can bring the entire crew to Out Of The Park for Sunday football. With dozens of craft beers on tap, legendary pizza, salads, crispy wings and more to choose from, there’s something to satisfy every fan’s cravings. Don’t forget to sport your jersey too, as they often offer special deals on beers and appetizers to those who visit wearing their team colors!