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What you’ll get: Boasting over 75 screens for ample viewing, Tom’s Urban is listing three tiered tickets: $25 tickets buys you a seat in the main dining room; $45 premium tickets will get you a seat in the Sports Deck and Bar Top; and $55 VIP tickets snag you a seat on the top floor, including one drink ticket and access to an unlimited taco bar.
What you’ll get: This sports bar -- packed with a myriad of games, including mini-golf, Skee-Ball, pool, darts, air hockey, and board games -- will be screening the fight on its many TVs.
What you'll get: Although your entry fee only guarantees you admittance (and not an actual seat), it also includes access to the 21-and-over after party. You probably won't have trouble viewing the fight on one of the 20 flat-screens, though, or the massive 10-by-10-foot projector screen.
Cost: $40 or $10 for Players Card members
What you’ll get: Watch the most talked about fight in the Gardens Casino’s cavernous event space, which boasts 10 big-screen TVs and three giant projection screens. Food and drink specials will also be available for purchase.
What you’ll get: At this all around neighborhood bar, seating is first come, first served, but there’s not a bad seat in the house with several 4K TVs and a 9-foot projector. Pair the fight with Founders' famous slow-roasted beer dip, a local fan favorite.
What you’ll get: Grab a seat at this beer lover's paradise, where five projectors and over 10 flat-screens will be screening the fight. Food and drink specials will also be available throughout the night.
What you’ll get: Perch yourself at The Phoenix for the fight and sip on artful cocktails, a variety of the city’s finest whiskey, cognac, bourbon, and scotch, or draft beer, and munch on small bites from the food menu.
What you’ll get: Unless you opt for one of the mega-expensive VIP packages (which include complimentary champagne and a variety of seating options), you'll be doing the standing room shuffle as you watch the fight on the 100-inch projector screen, or on one of the 10 flat-screens.
What you’ll get: At this 90-year-old neighborhood favorite, Barney's tickets include admission and a reserved table for a viewing of the fight on the many TVs and projector screens.
What you’ll get: Post up at this local watering hole, where you can anticipate raucous crowds and a steady stream of overflowing beers.
What you'll get: Your ticket secures you a guaranteed seat at this bi-level spot with two bars, two lounges, and 16 TVs.
What you’ll get: Between bowling, pool tables, a DJ booth, VIP bottle service, group-friendly appetizers, and of course a scattering of giant projection screens in the event space, there’s plenty to do -- and eat, and drink -- during the fight.
What you’ll get: This local neighborhood tavern is screening the match amid mixed drinks, beers, and their food menu (try the Tavern burger). Space is limited, so make your reservations now.
What you’ll get: With your entry fee ($20 for standing room only, and $25 for a seat), join fans in front of the bar’s many TVs. Be sure to sample items from the American and Asian fusion menu.