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Places to watch sporting events in and around the Orlando tourist area(s).
Casual dining and a good place to watch sporting events. Fairly kid friendly except for big sports days for they can get real crowded. Lots of big screen and regular sized TV's.
Kirkman Ale House
5573 Kirkman Road
Orlando, FL 32819
(407) 248-0000 Phone
LBV Ale House
12371 Winter Garden Vineland Rd.
Orlando, FL 32836
(407) 239-1800 Phone
Florida Mall Ale House
1667 Florida Mall Avenue
Orlando, FL 32809
(407) 240-4080 Phone
Similar menu to a regular TGI Friday's but not exactly the same. Lots of big screen TV's and smaller ones too. Very kid friendly. Game room in the back with pool tables, video games, coin operated basketball, etc. Corner of Sand Lake Road and International Drive across I Drive from the Wyndham Hotel.
Haven't been there in forever, but it has been in Orlando since 1987.
4880 S. Kirkman Road
Orlando, FL 32811-3641
70 TVs and a broad array of virtual and video games makes it a good place for older kids. Entrees are more expensive than your average sports bar, but this is Disney World.
2101 Epcot Resort Blvd
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
British Pub atmosphere. Will normally show UK football (soccer) games and will sometimes open early in the morning as to show them live UK time.
Will be moving from Mercado to Festival Bay on I Drive supposedly in the spring of 2007.
Never been there. Don't know anything about it.
Most hotels either have cable or satellite in their inside bars and pool bars. If you want to watch something in particular, ask the bartender / waiter / waitress to put it on the TV for you. Most are very accomodating to your request to change the channel.