Christie's Sports Bar
This family-owned, family-run space has been an Uptown Arts District staple since opening its doors in 1991. They aren't light on entertainment, with a Big Buck Hunter arcade, tournament-sized pool tables, and oh just 43 televisions -- 39 flat screens, and four 10ft screens. Head there for March Madness April 5th-7th. Just because your bracket's busted doesn't mean you can't enjoy watching (remotely) the first Final Four at Jerry World.
With TVs above the bar, lining the walls, and tucked into every corner, you won’t miss a single minute of the Super Bowl action at Christie’s. Well, maybe you will if you’re face down in a charcuterie board or if your view is obstructed by a flatbread or burger. But such things cannot be avoided and should, in fact, be celebrated with another pitcher of beer.
Christie’s is a Dallas institution that established deep roots in Uptown before decamping to Greenville Avenue for a two-story space with a rooftop deck. The digs may be different, but the beers and sports remain. Stop in to watch a game, and you’ll find TVs everywhere you look, from flat-screens above the bar to a couple multi-screen video walls. The wings, burgers, and flatbreads will treat you right, and the menu also extends to less expected fare, like steak frites, chicken parm, and a solid charcuterie board.