If you’re looking to find the best sports bars in Arkansas, then you’ve come to the right place! It doesn’t get much better than gathering for great food with good friends to watch nonstop sports on the big screen. Here are our picks for the best sports bars in Arkansas.
Zack’s Place just may be the mother of all sports bars in Arkansas. Launched in 1988, this sports bar was the first of its kind in the Little Rock area. In 2012, CNN Travel listed Zack’s Place as seventh best on its list of 101 Best Sports Bars in the U.S. Today, those in the Central Arkansas area enjoy this spot for many reasons, including everything from food and drinks to sports and games.
With over 20 HD TV screens, it is almost guaranteed that you’ll have a good time at Arena Sports Grill in Mountain Home. This family-owned and operated sports bar opened in 2009 and is well-known for featuring specials like Terrific Tuesday and Thirsty Thursday, not to mention the good food, cold beer, and good times.
Although its corporate offices are located in Maryland Heights, Missouri, Hotshots Sports Bar & Grill fits right in with the atmosphere in El Dorado, Arkansas. Featuring large HD TVs, Mega Touch Games, and pool tables, Hotshots is the perfect place to meet with friends for great food and a cold beer.
There are a few things you can always count on at the legendary Fat Jack’s Oyster and Sports Bar in historic Hot Springs: great food, refreshing drinks, and friendly faces. Fat Jack’s, open daily at 11 a.m., is best known for featuring oysters on the half-shell, oysters Rockefeller, and their signature spinach soufflé sauce.
Lucky’s is well-known for its friendly staff, karaoke competitions, and great food. This non-smoking bar and grill also features 12 flat-screen TVs, pool tables, jukebox, and a heated patio. Lucky’s Sports Bar & Grill opens daily at 4 p.m.
This locally-owned and operated gastropub is a favorite in Fayetteville. Featuring about 20 large HDTVs, a chef-driven menu, and an array of sporting events, Farrell’s Lounge has quickly made a name for itself on the Dickson scene. Farrell’s is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week.
The locals just may convince you that there really is other life out there in the universe. Guests love the burgers here at Area 51 and have called it the best 5 a.m. bar in Central Arkansas! Area 51 opens daily at 11 a.m.