Daq’s Wings & Grill: Was it really a day of watching football without wings? Daq’s Wings & Grill serves up delicious wings seven days a week. With flavors like Sweet Red Chili, Garlic Parmesan, and TSO, these wings are sure to be a crowd pleaser. Flat screen tvs line the wall of this restaurant, so be ready to catch all the great plays.
Fieldhouse Bar & Grill: Like their website says, Fieldhouse is “your home to great food, drinks, and sports entertainment!” With 11 - 42 inch flat screen TVs and 2 - 8 foot projection screens, you won’t miss any of the action. Start your meal with their fan favorite fried pickles, you won’t be disappointed!
Underdogs Grill & Chill: This local sports grill has 12 tv screens playing the big games seven days a week! Try the “Sweet Victory” burger and cheer your team on to a victory.
Flying Heart Brewing & Pub: Pizza and beer scream football! This restaurant in Downtown West Monroe serves up delicious NY-style pizza 365 days a year. Order to go and be the cool friend that brought pizza to the tailgate or eat there and catch the game on the big screen.
Catahoula's: Located on Bayou Desiard, Catahoula's serves up wings, burgers, and more! Watch your favorite team on the big screen or sit outside and watch as the ULM Ski Team practices on the bayou.
Crawfish City: This popular crawfish spot isn't just open for crawfish season this year! Starting August 31, Crawfish City in West Monroe will be open Thursday-Monday for high school, college, and pro games. They're offering blue crab when available, gameday specials, new menu items, and even live music!
Tailgator's: There's a new spot in Downtown Monroe, just in time for football season! Tailgator's Sports Bar & Grill is the perfect place to catch the game. They're here to pump you up for gameday with regular specials, nightly happy hours, and a clear view of every screen, so you don't miss a single play. Try their signature fried alligator bites while you cheer on your favorite team!
Looking for more delicious game day eats in Monroe-West Monroe? Click here for a full list of restaurants in the Twin Cities. Here’s to good food and hoping your team wins!