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Five Spots to Watch the Saints Take on the Jags on August 23

15:00 August 20, 2021
By: Staff

First, the Rendon Inn is the place to be to watch the black and gold. Founded in 1933, this bar is known for great food, friendly service, and the ideal environment for Saints gameday watching. Visit their newly remodeled sister bar, The Hangar, next door as well. 4501 Eve St., 504-218-7106, facebook.com/Rendon-Inn.

Next, a great spot to watch Monday's game near the Lakefront is Lakeview Harbor. They have plenty of big screen TVs, delicious burgers with baked potatoes, and tasty buffalo wings…and don't forget to try their signature Typhoon Rum Punch. 8550 Pontchartrain Blvd. 504-486-4887, lakeviewharbor.us.

Daisy Dukes, famous for their award-winning Bloody Marys, has seven locations in Greater New Orleans to watch the Saints! Known for their late-night hours, try their delicious burgers and wings while you catch all the action. Multiple Locations, daisydukesrestaurant.com.

Looking for a spot on the Northshore to watch Alvin Kamura and the others? There's no better place to watch football than The Chimes in Covington. With their large beer selection and great service, Who Dats will be happy watching the game on any one of their many TVs. 19130 W. Front St., Covington, 985-892-5396, thechimes.com.

Finally, one of the best spots uptown to watch sports is Bruno's Tavern. Located, since 1934, on Maple Street in the heart of Tulane and Loyola country, you'll have a blast playing pool and enjoying cold beer while watching the Bless You Boys. 7538 Maple St., 504-861-7615, brunostavern.com.

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