Top 10 Cleveland Browns Sports Bars

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Where to Watch the Cleveland Browns

Top 10 Cleveland Browns bars in Ohio and in 10 other cities if you can’t watch the game at the stadium. Please leave comments on these bars and your recommendations in the COMMENT box at the end of the post. 

THIS POST HAS BEEN UPDATED FOR THE 2021 NFL SEASON!

Cleveland Browns Team History

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The Cleveland Browns are a professional American football team. Based in Cleveland, Ohio, the team plays in the AFC North division of the American Football Conference (AFC) in the National Football League.

The Cleveland Browns started playing in 1946 as a charter member of the All-America Football Conference.  After the AAFC folded in 1950, the team joined the NFL. And the team has also won four NFL championships.

Despite the Cleveland Browns popularity in Cleveland, Art Modell, its owner, decided to move the team to Baltimore, Maryland, in 1995.

Unable to keep its team, the city of Cleveland – in collaboration with the NFL – pulls off a stunning compromise. The team can leave town, but the team’s name, its colours, its mascot, and its legacy will remain with the city of Cleveland.

Although the Cleveland Browns move to Baltimore, Maryland, it isre-christened the Baltimore Ravens.

The state of Ohio has one other NFL team. The Cincinnati Bengals also play in the North Division of the AFC of the NFL

Where the Browns Play

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The Cleveland Browns play at FirstEnergy Stadium, which was formerly called Cleveland Browns Stadium.

In fact, the multi-purpose stadium doesn’t just host the Cleveland Browns. In addition, it hosts college and high school football games. Moreover, it hosts soccers matches and concerts.

The stadium is situated in the North Coast Harbor area of downtown Cleveland.

Best Cleveland Browns Bars in Ohio

The following sports bars are considered to be friendly to fans of the Cleveland Browns. Some of them are full-fledged Cleveland Browns hangouts.

However, bars sometimes close. And fans sometimes migrate to other establishments. Also, bars sometimes decide not to broadcast games in order to broadcast other events.

Furthermore, some of these bars and restaurants may have temporarily or permanently closed because of COVID-19. Therefore, you should call ahead to make sure they are still open – and that they will be broadcasting the game.

      1. Fat Heads Brewery & Saloon – 24581 Lorain Raod, North Olmstead, Ohio. Telephone: (440) 801-1001. Facebook
      2. Flat Iron Cafe – 1114 Center Street, Cleveland, Ohio. (216) 6966-6968. Facebook
      3. Paninis Bar and Grill – 840 Huron  Road, Cleveland, Ohio. Telephone: (216) 522-0707. Facebook
      4. Winking Lizard – 8811 Huron Road, Cleveland, Ohio. Telephone: 589-0313. Facebook
      5. Cedar Lee Pub and Grill – 2191 Lee Road, Cleveland Height, Ohio. Telephone: (216) . Facebook – STILL OPEN?
      6. Dive Bar – 1214 West 6th Street, Cleveland, Ohio. Telephone: (216) 408-2314. Facebook
      7. Rival’s Sports Grille – 6710 Smith Road, Middleburg Heights, Ohio. Telephone: (216) 267-0005. Facebook
      8. Clevelander Bar and Grille – 834 Huron Road East, Cleveland, Ohio. Telephone: (216) 771-3723. Facebook
      9. Patterson Pub – 970 Patterson Road, Dayton,  Ohio. Telephone: (937) 296-9476. Facebook

Best Cleveland Browns Bars in Other States

southern-california-browns-fan-under-hollywood-signThe following sports bars are considered to be friendly to fans of the Cleveland Browns. In fact, some of them are full-fledged Cleveland Browns hangouts.

However, bars sometimes close. AAd fans sometimes  migrate to other establishments. Also, bars sometimes decide not to broadcast games in order to broadcast other events.

Furthermore, some of these bars and restaurants may have temporarily or permanently closed because of COVID-19. Therefore, you should call ahead to make sure they are still open – and that they will be broadcasting the game.

  1. Vaughan’s Pub – 2917 North Sheffield Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Telephone: (773) 281-8188. Facebook
  2. St. Felix Spirits & Fare – 1602 Cahuenga Boulevard, Hollywood, California. Telephone: (323) 469-5001. Facebook
  3. The Liberty – 29 West. 35th Street,  New York, New York. (212) 967-4000.  – Hangout of the Big Apple Browns Backers. Facebook
  4. Elbow Boulevard Bar & Grille –  9860 South Las Vegas, Nevada. Telephone: (702) 939-2583. – Owners are from Cleveland. Facebook
  5. R.F.D. Washington – 810 – 7th Street NW, Washington, DC. Telephone: (202) 289-2030. Facebook
  6. Jocks and Jills – 4109 South Stream Boulevard, Charlotte, North Carolina. Telephone: (704) 423-0001. Facebook
  7. Gallagher’s Sports Grill – 7575 North 16th Street, Phoenix, Arizona. Facebook Telephone: (602) 997-0084. – watch bar of Phoenix Area Browns Backers. Facebook
  8. Big Daddy’s Sports Lounge – 10618 North Cave Creek Road, Phoenix, Arizona. Telephone: (602) 861-1034. Facebook

Your Feedback of Cleveland Browns Bars Wanted

Please leave comments on these bars and feel free to add your own recommendations in the comment box below.

Also, if you have any photos of Browns at sports bars please let me know and I will tell you where to send them.

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7 Replies to “Top 10 Cleveland Browns Sports Bars”

  1. In Mason, Ohio, the spot is the the Lucky Dog Grille. It’s home to a Browns Backers club that has twice made top 5 status. Around 175 members total. Great place.

  2. Hey Michael, I saw your article on top Cleveland Browns Bars … well just wanted you to know that the the Phoenix Area Browns Backers have relocated this year from Big Daddys Sports Grill to Gallagher’s Sports Grill at 7575 N 16th St Phoenix Az 85020. Check our website out http://www.brownsbackersphx.com

  3. In North Carolina, out on the crystal Coast, there is Tightlines pub and Brewery. Home if the Crystal Coast Browns Backers. The owners give us the whole upstairs and nfl package to watch the games. Only establishment in three county area

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