11 Places Where You Can Cheer from the Sidelines

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It’s almost game time. The tip-off is about to happen. As you slip on your favorite jersey, you find yourself asking that good-looking face in the mirror, “Isn’t that 55-inch big screen TV feeling a little small?” If you find yourself screaming “heck yah,” grab your car keys and head out to one of these local experiences where you can take in a little B-ball action with like-minded individuals who are not afraid to yell in public. We promise not to call you for traveling.

  1. Trak-Houz Bar & Grill offers more excitement than just the game with its starting five of beers on tap, Road Rash pork rinds, flatbreads, tacos, and snowmobiles for purchase.
  2. Old Burdick’s Bar and Grill just might boast the biggest screen around. Or, wing it over to its Wings West location for multi-screen action.
  3. Watch that power forward tap the ball over the rim at the Tap House’s two great locations in Central City or on Centre Avenue.
  4. Grab a beer and popcorn, and it’ll almost feel like you’re at the game at Shakespeare’s Pub.
  5. “Curd Your Enthusiasm” if your team suddenly goes behind with this cheesy shareable at HopCat’s Kalamazoo location.
  6. Call a time out for the tasting room at Saugatuck Brewing Co. in Kalamazoo or Douglas.
  7. Grabbing the action with your hometown friends is a slam dunk at RJ’s Sports Bar & Grill in Portage.
  8. Two locations for Fletcher’s Pub open up the possibilities for you to start the game at one and finish double overtime at the other on your way home.
  9. Bronco fans don’t have to gallop too far off campus to watch their home team at University Roadhouse.
  10. Enjoy the games (yes plural: game-s), on one of Burger Town Grille & Upper Deck Sports Bar’s 50+ TVs while chowing down one of the menu’s 25 burgers.
  11. And, if you want to keep things fresh—and local—from your beer to your food, then make a fast-break to Latitude 42 in Portage or Oshtemo.

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