Five South Florida Bars Every Patriots Fan Should Visit
There are eight TVs inside and one outside. Management assures die-hard New England fans that surely one of those will be playing the Patriots game (but probably more than just one). Celebrating his 24th year of operation on the quaint Galt Ocean Mile, the owner of the joint still prides himself of his New England roots despite residing here for almost a quarter century. And it's not just the Patriots -- the walls are covered in sports paraphernalia from the Red Sox, the Celtics, the Bruins, and yes, even the Yankees.
Of course they play the Patriots game -- the owner's a Southie. They also got all the other New England must-haves, like lobster rolls, clam chowder, and of course New England steamers. You'll see some Fort Lauderdale Holy Mackerel repping on the walls, but this is as Boston as Boston comes. Grab a Narangansett and a seat in front of any of the six TVs and watch the game with your fellow Patriots. Turn out early; it's known to fill up fast.
1.Boston's on the Beach
Granted, it's 1,400 miles away and on the beach, but it doesn't get any more Boston than this. With the best New England clam chowder you'll get south of the Mason-Dixon line and Patriots memorabilia lining the walls, you'll understand why so many Bostonians traded the fog for the sand. Come out every game and it'll be playing, and there will be a crowd screaming obscenities at the ref so loud, you'll forget you're not in Gillette Stadium.
4404 El Mar Drive, Fort Lauderdale, FL