These 10 Sports Bars in Greater Palm Springs Are Total Touchdowns

Get Your Game Face On!

Football szn is officially here, which means it’s time to throw on your jersey and head to the nearest pub! We’ve been waiting months for another reason to drink beer, and now we’ve got one. But before you turn on the tube and spend your Sundays on the couch, we’d like to introduce our favorite sports bars in Greater Palm Springs. With beer on draft, tasty fare and plenty of flat screens for optimal viewing, you’ll quickly realize why these 10 pubs are total touchdowns. Here’s to big punts and even bigger pints! Watch Football in Palm Springs 

 

1 | Spotlight 29 Casino

Spend your Sundays at Coachella’s Spotlight 29 Casino! At this state-of-the-art casino, you can catch all the action on their 65 new large-format video screens. While cheering on your team, don’t forget to check out Spotlight’s exciting new watering holes, Top Shelf, Whisky’s and Taproom 29, where you can sample some of their specially made beverages, including Hail Mary brews and Touchdown Whisky. Snack on bites like custom-built burgers and pizzas. And before or after the game, take some time to fully explore the completely reimagined casino floor, which features all-new gaming options!

Location: Coachella

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2 | The Beer Hunter

 

Locals have long known: “If it’s on, it’s on at The Beer Hunter.” This chef-driven sports pub in the heart of La Quinta is the next best thing to end-zone seats. The interior is decked out with large-screen TVs and pool tables, so you and your crew can enjoy an afternoon sipping and savoring every minute of the game. The menu features a wide selection of beer, cocktails and wine, along with dishes like nachos, loaded burgers, fresh salads and more. You won’t go hungry with these game-day bites!

Local Insight: It’s not all pub fare! The Beer Hunter’s elevated “Live Well” menu features healthy options like wild salmon lettuce-wrapped tacos.

Location: La Quinta

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3 | Lulu California Bistro

It’s an indoor tailgate party at Lulu’s! Their weekend brunch menu features three courses for just $19.99. Choose tasty appetizers like crispy calamari and wild mushroom soup, then move onto mains like the smoked salmon bagel or award-winning chicken pot pie! Enjoy live football all day on the upstairs terrace or inside on their state-of-the-art 120-inch screen! 

Location: Palm Springs

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4 | Henry’s Sports Bar & Grill

This neighborhood bar and grill is home to great food and a stellar selection of craft beer, tequilas and spirits. Sip on your drink of choice this Sunday while taking in a full slate of games, singing karaoke or dancing the night away. Henry’s features a lineup of local DJs, so this is also a great nighttime spot if you’re looking to carry on the festivities after the teams head off the field. Be sure to take advantage of their new happy hour menu that features over 11 different types of wings.

Local Insight: Henry’s Sports Bar & Grill has a new happy hour from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, along with 23 beers on tap!

Location: Cathedral City

We try our level best to make Henry’s the best place to watch the games with multiple big screens, premium sound system, delicious food, and exceptional service. Being familiar with the competition, I think we are the number one place for football in the valley. We hope that you agree as well.

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5 | Tack Room Tavern

As part of the famous Empire Polo Grounds, sports are heavily emphasized in this rustic-chic saloon. With numerous HDTVs showing every game all season long, Tack Room has garnered a dedicated NFL fan following. Happy hour conveniently coincides with the late games (3-6 p.m. daily) and includes $1 off all draft beer and wines by the glass, $6 well cocktails and discounted appetizers!

Location: Indio

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6 | La Quinta Brewing Co. Taproom

There’s no local NFL team in Palm Springs, but you can enjoy locally brewed beer at the award-winning La Quinta Brewing Co. All three of their valley taprooms will have the action on their HDTVs. Snack on pub favorites like the fish and chips, tuna wrap or southwest cobb salad as you watch your favorite teams face off. There’s no better place to sip and cheer on your favorite team!

Locations: Palm Desert, La Quinta, Palm Springs

 

7 | Revel Public House

While many pubs tend to cut corners in terms of quality, Palm Springs’ Revel Public House does just the opposite. Instead of using cheap and easy low-grade ingredients, this restaurant and bar takes pride in serving burgers made with grass-fed beef, locally sourced produce and free-range and organic eggs. Belly up to the bar to catch a game and rest easy knowing your food is pub grub that’s well above average.

Location: Palm Springs

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8 | Smokin’ Burgers & Lounge

Smokin’ Burgers is a casual restaurant and bar with classic pub-grub fare, plenty of TVs and a patio. Numerous big screens throughout the restaurant and on the patio make for an ideal game-day experience whether you want to be outside or in. And if you’re one for some spice, don’t leave without trying the 187 Burger, which is dubbed “the hottest burger in the desert!”

Location: Palm Springs

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9 | Big Rock Pub

Enjoy state-of-the-art entertainment at one of the valley’s newest sports and music venues! With over 30 TVs both indoors and outdoors, you won’t miss a tackle. Check out Big Rock Pub’s beer garden, complete with breathtaking mountain views, and be sure to order Brussels sprouts prepared with glazed sriracha, applewood bacon and blue cheese crumbles. This dish is undefeated!

Location: Indio

 

10 | The Village

For over 20 years, The Village on Palm Canyon Dr has been synonymous with Downtown Palm Springs nightlife. And with over 40 TVs (including a large 80-inch screen), they’ve developed a huge following of Sunday diehards over the years too. If you’re looking for a “sports bar-meets-nightclub” vibe, The Village is your holy grail. Enjoy brunch, lunch, dinner or late-night bites—and don’t forget to wear your jersey!

Location: Palm Springs

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