March Madness!

If you are looking for a great sports bar to watch some college basketball, Gwinnett is the right place. There are over 15 sports bars in the area to choose from! Here are our top 5 favorite picks:

Taco Mac: Taco Mac is an Atlanta favorite neighborhood sports bar. Known for its variety of wings and extensive beer list (100 beers on draft, 200 in the bottle) you are sure to visit again and again. Join the “Brewniversity” club if you’re feeling adventurous. This location offers: bar, kids menu, desserts, big screen TVs (41 HD TVs & 3 HD Big screens) and To-Go service.

Digger’s Sports Bar: Friendly sports bar in the heart of Lawrenceville, with large screen TV, large bar and great food and service.

Seaya Sports Sushi Bar: Want to go to a bar without the small selection of bar-food?  Seaya is a sports bar that serves primarily sushi.  The  full bar, karaoke and flat screen TV’s contribute to the restaurant’s sports bar atmosphere, while contemporary furnishings create a more upscale look for the dining area.

Mazzy’s:  Mazzy’s is a place to go to watch your favorite team on TV.   You’ll find no booths at Mazzy’s, with the main dining room sporting two big screen TVs and the bar area having one as well to go with 24 46-inch high-def TVs showing a variety of games throughout the restaurant. There are pool tables in the back, also in an open area with viewing access to the TVs.

Sidelines: Sidelines invites you to prove its slogan, “not your typical sports bar,” by sampling its made-from-scratch food (the manager is a trained chef) and experiencing service unmatched in the sports bar category. 

For a complete listing of sports bars in Gwinnett, visit the GCVB website.

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