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5 great Knoxville-area sports bars where the food is a home run

The Grub Scout |  Columnist

These days, it’s hard to find an eatery that doesn't have multiple flat-screen monitors for viewing sports-ball. And sports bars that brand themselves as such are also commonplace around Knoxville. But this week, I thought I’d pass along the names of a few local establishments that not only emphasize public sports viewing but also offer a decent product in terms of food, service and atmosphere. As always, I present them in no particular order.

Fieldhouse Social

Located at University Commons, just off Cumberland, this member of the Burleson family of restaurants (Aubrey’s, Sunspot, etc.) has been luring in sports lovers with game-day viewing, food and comprehensive bar service for nearly five years now.

The theme is subtly UT-centric, but the centerpiece of the room is a massive wall-size video monitor, in front of which a substantial amount of square footage hosts multiple groupings of living room-style furnishings like stuffed chairs and couches. Of course, you’ll find smaller overhead monitors throughout the space.

The food is tailor-made for noshing during such televised action. Look for starters like chicken wings and chili cheese tots as well as classic sandwiches like burgers, a shrimp po’ boy and a Reuben. I can personally recommend the wings, the bacon and egg burger, and the chicken sandwich, although some may find the pricing to be somewhat on the higher side of their comfort zone.

Bearden Hill Fieldhouse

Whaddya know? Another fieldhouse. But this one was actually there first, since 2012, and in Bearden Hill, as its name clearly states. This two-level social spot is neither cavernous nor deafeningly raucous like many sports bars tend to be.

The intimate, relaxed interior boasts high-top tables and cushioned booths in the front dining area, not to mention the obligatory allotment of sports-tuned TV screens. A staircase leads to an upper level, where pool tables and video games entertain patrons who are feeling sporty themselves. The bar area in the rear of the main floor offers a wide selection of beers and other potent potables to complement the menu.

Speaking of which, the starting lineup for Team Food consists primarily of burgers and sandwiches, with a few salads and entrees and an interesting array of appetizers to cover even more bases. Sandwich options include a cheesesteak, a Buffalo chicken wrap and barbecued pork. A couple of recommendations: the fried pickles and pepper rings make for a zesty starter, and you can’t go wrong with the mac and cheese as a side dish. 

Smoky Mountain Brewery

With locations in Turkey Creek as well as outlying communities like Maryville, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, this local product is a reliable go-to for all your sports-viewing needs. The bar areas at each are especially designed to meet those needs with plenty of bar-front chairs, table seating and flat screens (both small and large). At Turkey Creek, for example, you’ll find a giant retractable screen behind the stage, and it generally displays the day’s showcase match-ups.

The brewery’s food pairs well with game-day action, whether it’s the sausage and cheese platter appetizer, the Philly cheesesteak sandwich, the Ole’ Smoky Burger with bacon and barbecue sauce, or their extensive combinations of chicken wings, pizzas and calzones.

I have to say that I’ve had many an SMB pizza over the years, and I’ve yet to meet one I didn’t care for. Finally, full bar service and their proprietary lineup of beer labels enhance the sports experience even more. 

Soccer Taco

As coincidence would have it, I dined at the Northshore Town Center location of this small local chain just this past weekend. I wasn’t there to watch sports, but with an adequate number of TV screens, Soccer Taco makes sure fans of their namesake sport (futbol, to some of you) get their fix of all the action, plus they subscribe to channels specializing in baseball, basketball, the SEC and the NFL.

The menu covers a lot of familiar Mexican-food bases, from nachos and chimichangas to burritos, enchiladas and entrees centered on steak, chicken and shrimp. I’ve tried many different dishes there over the years and have generally been a fan of the food.

Most recently, I had a couple of street tacos – one with chorizo, one with chipotle steak – and they were both delish. Although the hot sauce I added on the side unexpectedly set my mouth ablaze. You’ve been fairly warned…

Bucket Head Tavern

This West Hills-area restaurant and bar is pretty laid back, and it checks off a lot of boxes. You can grab a bite to eat. You can indulge in a beer or a cocktail. You can shoot a game or two of pool. And if smoking is still a vice for you, there are sections to do that both inside and outside the trifurcated interior.

Of course, there are flat-screen TVs all over the place – ideal for sports viewing – but the earthily comforting aesthetics keep the restaurant from coming off like a sterile sports bar. For diners, you might start off with some egg rolls or fried mushrooms before moving on to the likes of chicken tenders, fish and chips, a club sandwich or the Jon Hamm & Swiss sandwich. Wings and nachos help round out the sports-friendly grub. 




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3 Best Sports Bars in Knoxville, TN


9045 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN 37923 DIRECTIONS

Since 1999

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Carolina Ale House is placed off Kingston Pike and in the shopping mall with Kroger and DICK's Sporting Goods. If you are looking for the most suitable spot to eat near Knoxville, Carolina Ale House is the best station to grab lunch, dinner, or a bite to have late at night. Their pantry serves up delicious recipes made with the purest ingredients, and each dish is cooked just the way you want. Your neighborhood Carolina Ale House is an excellent place to host your next event, whether it's a birthday, promotion, work together, or holiday party. Whether you're a domestic or a professional beer drinker, they have got great specials for you on Pint Up Wednesday, especially for $3 Domestics & $4 Crafts will have you saying cheers to hump day. Wine fans, they have got $5 6oz, wine pours just for you, too. See them for your next feed, and watch the sport, or enjoy a pint or handcrafted cocktail.

Crispy Shrimp Platter, Fresh Grilled Salmon, BBQ Baby Back Pork Ribs, Chargrilled Chicken, Caribbean Fish, Frickles, Carolina Nachos, Brisket Quesadilla, Grilled Chicken Flatbread, Buffalo Shrimp, Southern Fried Chicken, Steakhouse Burger, Turkey Club Wrap, Buffalo Zinger Wrap, Classic Philly Cheesesteak, Boneless Zingers, Fresh Wings & Pasta

Price: Chili
Cup: $4.29
Bowl: $5.29
Soup of the Day
Cup: $4.29

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Cup: $4.29
Bowl: $5.29
Soup of the Day
Cup: $4.29
Bowl: $5.29
French Onion Soup
Bowl: $5.29
Grilled Sirloin Tacos
2 Tacos: $11.99
3 Tacos: $14.99
Crispy Fish Tacos
2 Tacos: $11.99
3 Tacos: $13.99
Chicken Tacos
2 Tacos: $10.99
3 Tacos: $12.99
Sweet Potato Tots: $1.29
Side Salad: $0.99
Side Caesar Salad: $0.99
Boneless Zingers
5 Zingers: $7.99
10 Zingers: $13.49
15 Zingers: $17.99
Grilled or Fried Wings
6 Wings: $8.29
12 Wings: $14.49
18 Wings: $19.99
Signature Dry Rub
6 Wings: $8.29
12 Wings: $14.49
18 Wings: $19.99

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