Top 10 Tennessee Titans Sports Bars



Looking for a Tennessee Titans bar near you? The best place to watch the Titans is Gillette Stadium in Nashville. However, if you can’t get a ticket or they are playing out of town, here are the Tennessee Titans bars in Nashville, Knoxville, Las Vegas, and other cities.


Titans/Oilers Team History

The Tennessee Titans are a professional American football team based in Nashville, Tennessee. And they compete in the South division of the American Football Conference (AFC) of the National Football League (NFL).

Actually, the Titans were not always known as the TItans. And they didn’t begin play in Tennessee .

In fact, they began play in 1960 in Houston, Texas. Furthermore, they were a charter member of the American Football League (AFL). Orginally, they called themselves the Houston Oilers.

Interestingly, the team won the first two AFL Championships. After that, the team joined the NFL as part of the AFL–NFL merger in 1970.

When the football team relocated from Houston to Tennessee in 1997, it played its  first season at the Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium in Memphis.  And it continued to call itself the Oilers.

After one year, the team moved to Vanderbilt Stadium in Nashville. And it changed its name from the Tennessee Oilers to the Tennessee Titans.

Meanwhile, Houston got an expansion NFL franchise in 2002. And the Houston Texans play in AFC South.

Why the Team Changed Its Name

Many sports franchises keep the same name when they move from one city to another.

For example the Philadelphia Athletics became the Kansas City Athletics when the baseball team moved to  Missouri. In the same vein, they changed their name to the Oakland Athletics when they moved to  California.

Likewise, the Brooklyn Dodgers became the Los Angeles Dodgers when they moved to the West Coast. Similarly, the New York Giants became the San Francisco Giants when they moved to the City by the Bay.

So why did the Oilers change their name to the Titans?

First of all, the team was known as the “Houston Oilers”. Because oil was more associated with Texas than Tennessee, the team changed its name to “Titans” after moving to Tennessee.

Currently, the team plays at Nissan Stadium in Nashville. Originally, the stadium was called Adelphia Coliseum. And it opened in 1989.

Interestingly, the Titans continue to have a fan base in Texas. For example, a fan club in Austin, the state capital, is particularly active.

Where to Watch the Tennessee Titans

Three shortlists of some of the best spots to watch the Titans play follow.

Firstly, there is a list of the best Tennessee Titans bars in Nashville. Some of these Nashville sports bars are near the stadium. Therefore, they make a great place to stop for a bite to eat or a drink before or after the game. And others are scattered about town.

Secondly, there is a list of Titans bars in other cities in Tennessee. Finally,  there is a list of sports bars in other states, where Titans fans often watch games. And sometimes fans organized Titans watch parties at them.

However, sometimes sports bars close. And sometimes fans decide to watch games at other sports bars. In addition, bars sometimes decide to screen other events.

In addition, some bars may have temporarily or permanently closed because of COVID-19. Therefore, you should always  call ahead to make sure the bar will broadcast the game you want to see.

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Best Tennessee Titans Bars in Nashville

  1. Neighbors Sylvan Park – 4425 Murphy Road, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615) 942-5052. FACEBOOK – GDH
  2. Neighbors Germantown – 313 Jefferson Street, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615) 873-1954. FACEBOOK  – GDH
  3. Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row Nashville – 400 Broadway, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (629) 203-7822. FACEBOOK
  4. Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint – 410 – 4th Avenue South, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615) 288-0880. FACEBOOK
  5. Party Fowl – 719 – 8th Avenue South, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615) 624-8255; 2620 Lebanon Pike, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615) 988-2179. FACEBOOK – GDH
  6. TENN on Top  -118 – Hollston House Nashville, 7th Avenue North, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615) 392-1234. FACEBOOK
  7. Von Elrod’s Beer Garden & Sausage House – 1004 – 4th Avenue North,  Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615) 866-1620. FACEBOOK – GDH
  8. Corner Pub Downtown – 151 North 5th Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615) 920-5808. FACEBOOK – GDH
  9. Green Hills Crows Nest – 2221 Bandywood Drive, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615) 783-0720. FACEBOOK
  10. Beyond the Edge – 112 South 11th Street, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615) 226-3343. FACEBOOK
  11. Dawg House Saloon – 1522 Demonbreun Street, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615) 864-7393. FACEBOOK
  12. M Street Tavern – 1904 Broadway, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615)  FACEBOOK
  13. Buffalo’s Nashville – 154 – 2nd Avenue North, 2nd Floor, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615) 313-7665. FACEBOOK – STILL OPEN?
  14. Rippy’s Bar and Grill –  429 Broadway, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615) 244-7477. FACEBOOK
  15. The Mainstay – 501 Main Street, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615) 760-5737. FACEBOOK – GDH
  16. Double Dogs Sylvan Heights – 4017 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (629) 777-8500; Double Dogs Hillsboro Village – 1807 – 21st Avenue South, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (629) 292-8112. FACEBOOK – GDH
  17. HiFi Clyde’s – 1700 Church Street, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615) 432-2928. FACEBOOK GDH
  18. Sam’s Place – 6051 TGN-1200, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615) 928-6577. FACEBOOK – GDH
  19. Sam’s Place – 15545B Old Hickory Blvd, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615) 942-5755. FACEBOOK
  20. Downtown Sporting Club – 411 Broadway, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615) 271-4395. FACEBOOK – GDH
  21. Yee-Haw Brewring Company – 423 – 6th Avenue South, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615) 647-8272. FACEBOOK
  22. Jonathan’s Grille – 717 – 3rd Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615) 677-1140. FACEBOOK – GDH
  23. Sonny’s Patio Pub & Refuge – 1322 – 6th Avenue North, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615) 953-784. – GDH
  24. Third and Home – 919 – 3rd Avenue North, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615) 645-7651. FACEBOOK – GDH
  25. The George Jones128 – 2nd Avenue North, Nashville, Tennessee. Telephone: (615) 818-0128. FACEBOOK – CLOSED!

Best Titans Bars in Other Tennessee Cities

Best Tennessee Titans Bars in Other States

  1. Mr Tramps Sports Pub & Cafe – 8565 Research Drive, Austin, Texas. Telephone: (512) 837-3500. FACEBOOK 
  2. Sidebar – 120 East 15th Street, New York, New York. Telephone: (212) 677-2900. FACEBOOK – STILL OPEN?
  3. Neisen’s Sports Bar – 4851 West 123rd Street, Savage, Minnesota. Telephone: (952) 846-4513. FACEBOOK –  STILL OPEN?
  4. Lou’s City Bar – 1400 Irving Street, Northwest, Washington, DC. Telephone: (202) 849-2782. FACEBOOK
  5. Elbow Room Sports Pub and Pizzeria – 248 Pharr Road, Atlanta, Georgia. Telephone: (404) 231-3308. FACEBOOK – STILL OPEN?
  6. PJ’s Sports Bar – 614 West Gray, Houston, Texas. Telephone: (713) 520-1748. FACEBOOK
  7. Whiskey Bend – 1221 North San Fernando Boulevard, Burbank, California. (212) 821-9482.

Your Input on Tennessee Titans Bars Wanted

Have have patronized any of these Tennessee Titans bars? If so, please leave comments (pro or con) in the COMMENT box below.

First of all, you can mention the ambiance for Tennessee Titans fans. For example, are Titans pennants or team memorabilia on display?

Furthermore, how many TV screens are there? How big are they? And are they easily visible?

In the same vein, how good is the quality of the sound? More importantly, is the sound turned on? 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.

In addition, how is the food? And what about the service? In short, would you recommend the bar to other Tennessee Titan fans?

Most noteworthy, please let me know if any of these Titans watch bars have closed. Either that, or if Tennessee  fans are no longer watching Titans games at them.

Also, your own recommendations on where to watch the Tennessee Titans play will also be greatly appreciated!

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