New Orleans Saints bars – if you can’t make it to the stadium, watch the game at an NFL sports bar with friendly fans that love the Saints as much as you do! Check out this list of the best New Orleans Saints bars in Louisiana and other states around the Who Dat Nation.
UPDATED FOR THE 2021 NFL SEASON!
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Short History of the New Orleans Saints
Founded in 1967, the New Orleans Saints play in the South division of the National Football Conference ( NFC) of the National Football League (NFL).
First of all, the New Orleans Saints were rarely competitive in the beginning. In fact, they only got to .500 twice during their first 20 years.
Not only that, they’ve only made one trip to the Super Bowl. However, it was a victorious one! Most importantly, not every American football team can say that!
The New Orleans Saints made it to the playoffs for the first time in 1987. And they did it again in 2000.
The Dome Patrol plays home games at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in downtown New Orleans, Louisiana. The facility seats 73,208 football fans. And it is expandable to seat 76,468 fans.
After Hurricane Katrina devastated their stadium, however, the owner of the New Orleans Saints considered leaving New Orleans.
Most noteworthy, the Big Easy is a world-renowned party town. Not only that, with its mild winters, New Orleans has hosted more than its fair share of Super Bowls.
Best New Orleans Saints Bars in Louisiana
The following sports bars are considered friendly to the Who Dat Nation. But always call ahead to make sure they are still open and will show the game.
- Walk-Ons Sports Bar – 1009 Poydras Street, New Orleans Louisiana. Telephone: (504) 309-6530.
- Mannings Sports Bar & Grill – Harrah’s Casino Hotel, 519 Fulton Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Telephone: (504) 593-8072.
- Madigans – 800 South Carrollton Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana. Tel: (504-866-9455.
- Saints and Sinners – 627 Bourbon Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Telephone: (504) 528-9307.
- Bullets Sports Bar – 2441 A P Tureaud Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana. Telephone: (504) 948-4003.
- Bayou Beer Garden – 326 North Jefferson Davis Parkway, New Orleans, Louisiana. Telephone: (504) 302-9357.
- Bruno’s Tavern – 7538 Maple Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Telephone: (504) 861-7615.
- World of Beer – 300 Julia Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Telephone: (504) 299-3599.
- Tacos and Beer – 622 Saint Charles Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana. Telephone: (504) 304-8722.
- Acme Oyster House – 724 Iberville Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Telephone: (504) 522-5973.
- Henry’s Uptown Bar – 5101 Magazine Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Telephone: (504) 324-8140.
- Avenue Pub – 1732 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana. Telephone: (504) 586-9243.
- The Rusty Nail – 1102 Constance Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Telephone: (504) 525-5515.
- Cooter Browns – 509 South Carrollton Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana. Telephone: (504) 866-9104.
- Bobby Hebert’s Cajun Cannon Restaurant and Bar – 4104 Veterans Memorial Blvd, Metaire, Louisiana. Telephone: (504) 324-6841.
- The Bulldog Baton Rouge – 4385 Perkins Road, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Telephone: (225) 303-9400.
- Phil’s Oyster Bar & Seafood Restaurant – 4335 Perkins Road, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Telephone: (225) 924-3045.
- Barrel Proof – 1201 Magazine Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Telephone: (504) 299-1888.
- The Bulldog Mid City – 5135 Canal Blvd, New Orleans. Telephone: (504) 488-4191.
Best New Orleans Saints Bars in Other States
If you want to root for the New Orleans Saints, chances are there is a sports bar nearby that will make you feel welcome.
Many of these sports bars are hard-core Saints hangouts. And most of them attract Who Dat fans on game day. And fans sometimes organize Saints watch parties at some of them.
- Bar None – 98 – 3rd Avenue, New York, New York. Telephone: (212) 777-6663.
- East End Bar – 1664 – 1st Avenue, New York, New York. Telephone: (212) 348-3783.
- Standard Bar and Grill – 1332 Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Telephone: (773) 904-8615.
- Frontier Chicago – 1072 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Telephone: (773) 772-4322.
- Lola’s Summerlin – 1220 North Town Center Drive, Las Vegas, Nevada. Telephone: (702) 871-5652,
- Scarlet Lady Saloon – 5411 Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City, California. Telephone: (310) 391-9079.
- Stoney’s Bar and Grill – 1111 Lincoln Street, Denver, Colorado. Telephone: (303) 830-6839.
- Shoal Creek Saloon – 909 North Lamar, Austin, Texas. Telephone: (512) 474-0805.
- Sharky’s Place Sports Bar & Grill – Duraleigh Road, Raleigh, North Carolina.
- Carolina Ale House – 203 Robert C. Daniel Junior Parkway, Augusta, Georgia. Telephone: (762) 333-0019.
- Max’s Taphouse – 737 South Broadway, Baltimore, Maryland. Telephone: (410) 675-6297.
- Sophies Grill and Bar – 2734 NC 55 Highway, Cary, North Carolina. Telephone: (919) 355-2377.
- Peanut Farm – 5227 Old Seward Highway Anchorage, Alaska. Telephone: (907) 563-3283.
- There No Place like NOLA – 4411 West Orem Drive, Houston Texas.
- Mud Bugs Bar & Grill – 8075 FM 423 Suite 120. Frisco, Texas. Telephone: (214) 494-2847.
- The Reef Biloxi – 1749 Beach Blvd Biloxi, Mississippi. Telephone: (228) 206-7075.
Your Feedback on New Orleans Saints Bars Wanted
If you have patronized any of these New Orleans Saints bars, please leave comments (pro or con) in the COMMENT box below.
First of all, you can talk about the atmosphere. For example, does it display any Saints pennants or team memorabilia?
Another consideration is the number of TV screens? How big are they? And are they easily visible throughout the bar?
In the same vein, how about the quality of the sound? Above all, is the sound turned on? In fact, some bars show games, but they don’t turn on the sound. Or the sound is set so low you can hardly hear it. Certainly, that can be a big disappointment for sports fans.
In addition, how is the food? Do they serve any down-home Creole or Cajun dishes that make you homesick for the Crescent City? And what about the service?
In conclusion, would you recommend the bar to other New Orleans Saints fans?
Finally, please let me know if any of these Saints watch bars have closed. Either that or if Nola fans are no longer watching Saints games at them.
Also, your own recommendations on where to watch the New Orleans Saints go marching in will be greatly appreciated!
Your own recommendations on where to watch the Saints go marching in will also be greatly appreciated!
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