The Blue Light (address and info)
The 19 TVs are angled perfectly so you can watch a bunch of games simultaneously while eating your breakfast burrito, or basket of breakfast tacos, or... both? Yeah, both.
Game Sound: Yes, Niners get priority.
The Brixton (address and info)
Two TVs, a big projector, and an extensive brunch menu.
Game Sound: They play it for big games, otherwise expect music.
Bus Stop Bar (address and info)
The Bus Stop gets crowded on Sundays for a reason: 20 flatscreen TVs and buckets of beer.
Game Sound: Yes. Always for 49ers games. They also try to accommodate Bengals, Cowboys, and Chiefs fans.
Eastside West Restaurant & Bar (address and info)
Lots of TVs, a decent brunch menu, and bottomless mimosas.
Game Sound: Yes.
Final Final Sports Bar (address and info)
11 flatscreens. 24 beers on tap. 200 varieties of liquor. $3.50 hot dogs.
Game Sound: Yes. 49ers when they’re playing, and then first come, first served.
Lightning Tavern (address and info)
There are plenty of TVs inside… and even more outside on the covered patio. They also serve 60oz pitchers of cocktails and have a pretty extensive food menu.
Game Sound: Not usually, but depends on the crowd and if there’s a big game on.
Mauna Loa Club (address and info)
Tiki bar-meets-dive bar-meets-sports bar? Don’t try to figure it out. Just bring cash. When your game’s over, head to the back and play arcade basketball, foosball, Big Buck Hunter, or pool.
Game Sound: Yup. Niners for sure, and if they're not on, they'll take requests, first-come, first-served.