Where to Watch College Football in Milwaukee


College football season will be here soon, which means it's the perfect time to start thinking about where you can watch some college football. Below is a list of some of the top college gameday bars in Milwaukee to check out this season.

1. Stubby's
Located along the river, Stubby's is a great place to grab a drink and some bar food while cheering on your favorite team. They have more than 50 beers on tap and plenty of TVs. Stubby's can fill up fast on gamedays so it's best to arrive early if you can.


2. G-Daddy's BBC Bar and Grill
If you're looking for a place to watch the game on the east side, BBC is a great place to check out. Located on North Avenue, BBC has more than 20 TVs located throughout the bar. BBC also has a 100-inch projector if you want to sit with a large group of friends or fellow fans and cheer on the Badgers.


3. Hooligan's
Also located on North Avenue, Hooligan's is another place to venture out to this season. Hooligan's has plenty of TVs and some great bar food. It can get pretty crowded, though, especially downstairs. Head upstairs if you can and arrive early.

4. Karma
Another great place on the East Side to watch football is Karma. Karma has more than 15 HDTVs, so you can always get a good view of the game. They have two levels, including a lounge downstairs that you can reserve for one giant viewing party with friends or family.

5. Jack's American Pub
Located on Brady Street, Jack's American Pub has a plethora of TVs. This two-level establishment features a large projector upstairs and 12 flat-screen TVs. They offer a variety of food and drink specials on the weekend as well.

6. Leff's Lucky Town
Leff's is a great place to watch the game if you're in the Wauwatosa area. During Badger games, they offer lots of specials and games. They also have a large patio if you want to enjoy some nice fall weather before temperatures dip.

7. Brewski's Sports Club
Located in Wauwatosa, Brewski's is another place to check out this college football season. Enjoy some bar food while you watch, or make yourself a batch of popcorn using the bar's popcorn maker.

8. McGillycuddy's Bar & Grill
Located on Water Street, McGillycuddy's has three levels—each with plenty of TVs. They have lots of game-related specials, and some Brewers' memorabilia on the third level. It's a good place to watch the game if you're in the area.

9. Tracks
Looking for a place to watch games in Riverwest? Then try out Tracks. Tracks offers a variety of daily food and drink specials, and has plenty of large HDTVs. They are also well known for their fish fry.


10. Champps Americana
If you're out in the suburbs and looking for a place to watch in Brookfield, then try Champps. Champps has gigantic TVs and offers plenty of game-related specials. You can also call ahead to reserve tables for large groups.

Alaine Oshefsky was born and raised in Wisconsin. She loves everything having to do with the Packers.