Where to Watch Football in Summit

By Samantha Blair | Tuesday, November 19, 2019

As all of you sports fans know, football season is in full swing. Many Summit County bars and pubs offer a place where you can catch all the games, talk smack with your fellow fans and rivals, and enjoy some yummy food and drinks while you’re at it. Below I've called out some of the top spots in each town across the county to watch the season's biggest games, but these are certainly not all of them. Click here for a list of more bars and pubs across the county.

Ollie’s Pub & Grub

620 E. Main Street, Frisco
401 S. Main Street, Breckenridge

Ollie's Pub & Grub is a local favorite spot for watching a game. With 16 HDTVs and classic pub food, it’s a must-stop for football season.

Photo: Everything Summit, Ollie’s Pub & Grub

Murphy’s Irish Pub

501 Blue River Parkway, Silverthorne

Murphy’s is a cozy, laid-back spot to grab a yummy bite while following the TVs playing all the night’s top games. Murphy’s is known for delicious wings and hearty pub food to snack on during the show.  

Dillon Dam Brewery

100 Little Dam Street, Dillon

Dillon Dam Brewery has the NFL Sunday Ticket, the Big 10 Network, the SEC Network and seasonal local brews and food specials. Need I say more?

Photo: Everything Summit, Dillon Dam Brewery

9280 Tap House

140 Ida Belle Drive, Keystone

The 9280 Tap House, right at the base of Keystone, has eight HDTVs. After a long day on the slopes, pop off your skis and stroll right in for their famous Mountain of Nachos and 14 beers on tap.

Downstairs at Eric’s

111 S. Main Street, Breckenridge

Downstairs at Eric’s boasts 29, yes 29, flat-screen HDTVS with all the big sports networks and viewings of NCAA games. With almost 100 beers on the menu, some of the best pizza in Summit and an epic arcade, Downstairs at Eric's is a great place to bring the whole family to enjoy the game.  

Ten Mile Tavern

Copper Mountain Ski Resort, Burning Stones Plaza, Center Village

Located slope-side at Copper Mountain, Ten Mile Tavern is a classy but casual spot to enjoy delicious craft food and more than 17 beers and ciders on tap. With TVs on every wall, there’s not a bad spot in the house to watch the game.

There's much more than football going on in Summit County this weekend and throughout the holiday season. Check our Daytime and Nightlife listings to stay in the know!

See you in Summit!

About the Author Samantha Blair
Born and raised in Breckenridge, Samantha Blair has returned to live in Summit County as a writer and ski instructor. She has written for publications, companies and organizations from Santiago, Chile, to Rhode Island. When she is not traveling abroad or visiting family on the East Coast, Samantha is enjoying all of the skiing, hiking and adventures in Summit County and around Colorado.