Warriors NBA Finals Watch Parties: 30+ Awesome Bars & Venues | 2018
The Warriors battle the Cavs for Dubs v. LeBron IV, are you ready? Here’s our list of the best places to watch all the action, including Funcheap’s very own Warriors Watch Party at SoMa Streat Food Park.
2018 NBA Finals Watch Parties
Outside the Oracle, this is the biggest Warriors watch party in SF. Dubnation assembles to watch the games outdoors, with tons of seating, Nine huge TVs, $4 craft beer specials, food trucks, and live DJ hyping the crowd. Free for first 100 people with Facebook RSVP, $5 cover after. All Games. Hosted by Funcheap. 428 11th St., SF
Emporium – Showing all games on their huge 50′ movie theatre screen. They’ve got a full bar with drink specials. Bring your own food and free table reservations. 626 Divisadero, SF
Anchor Public Taps – Anchor will be playing the game on their brand new big screen, giving away Warriors swag, and pouring Anchor California Lager – the official beer of the Golden State Warriors. Currently just for Game 4 (June 8th) but check Facebook for updates. 465 De Haro St., SF
San Francisco Athletic Club – Huge NoPa sports bar with 27 TVs including two large 80″ screens and fun bleacher seating area. 12 beers on tap, 25 bottles/cans plus a wide range of beer and whiskey specials. No cover chrage and they take reservations for their four large booths. Divisadero and Bush, SF
Kezar Pub – Self-proclaimed “#1 sports bar in SF” right on the edge of Golden Gate Park. They’ve got 18 TVs, 20 beers on tap plus 12 bottled beers. Buckets/pitchers of Bud/Bud light are $20 during Warriors finals games. No cover charge – 770 Stanyan, SF
Greens Sports Bar – Well-loved local sports mecca on Polk Street with 26 TVs, 18 beers on tap and no cover for the games. Drink specials during finals include Coors Light for $5, Blue Moon draft for $6 and Coors Light / Sol buckets – 6 for $25 – 2239 Polk at Green, SF
Elixir – One of the oldest bars in SF with 4 screens (sound on), 13 draft beers, 2 tap wines, and one draft cocktail (the golden hydrant which we donate a portion to fire relief charities). Plus $5 whiskey shots (rotating brands each game) and $6 old fashioneds and sours. 16th and Guererro, SF
The Chapel – Concert venue turns into sports bar for most games of the NBA Finals (excluding Game 4). Some games are shown in the bar, while others will be shown in the main concert hall with a huge 24-foot screen. Check their website for updates. 777 Valencia St,. SF
Rusted Mule – Bring your favorite Warrior Hater and they get free drinks. Plus drink specials for Warriors fans. Warriors win a quarter, the nit’s $7 Moscow Mules. Warriors win up at half then it’s a free tequila shot. 1217 Sutter St., SF
The Final Final – Family owned bar since 1978 with 14 TVs, 24 beers and tap and no cover charge. So well-loved by the Warriors they shot their NBA Shop commercial inside the bar. Baker and Lombard, SF
Buzzworks – Sports beercade with 150+ beers, 20 big screen TVs and a massive 15-foot video wall. If the game sucks, they’ve got pinball, pool and foosball – 365 11th Street, SOMA, SF
R Bar – Cavs fans, this one is for you -one of the only true Cleveland sports bars in SF. 9 TVs, 8 beers on tap and no cover charge. 1176 Sutter near Polk, SF
Yancy’s Saloon – Inner Sunset sports bar with 16 TVs with full sound and around 30 beers on tap with lots of local beers. No Cover. It’s a huge place and you can bring in outside food from any of the dozens of restaurants in the neighborhood. Bring your LeBron photos for one of their three dart boards. 734 Irving St., SF
Madrone Art Bar – Showing all the games on their big screen. Game usually followed by DJs and bands. Plus happy hour 4-7 every day with $1 off well drinks and drafts. Check their calendar for updates – 500 Divisadero St., SF
Northstar Cafe – Lovable North Beach dive with 9 TVs, 12 beers on tap and no cover charge for the Warriors games. Happy hour is $2 off well and draft and runs from 1-7pm. Powell & Green, SF
Hi-Tops – Super packed, sweaty and awesome… this gay-friendly Castro sports bar has countless TVs, killer bar food and a great happy hour until 7pm with $4 well drinks. 2247 Market St., SF
Rocks Den – Eight large HDTVs with surround sound, beer and shot specials. Reservations available for large groups. 4431 Mission St. SF
Hawthorn – Watch the finals on 65 inch HD 4K TVs – with lounge seating, full bar and small plates. 46 Geary St., SF
Pete’s Tavern – Right across from AT&T Park with 40 TVs including four projectors, 14 beers on tap, $20 buckets of beer and no cover charge. 128 King St., SF
Connecticut Yankee – Seven TVs, 14 beers on tap, no cover charge at this fun Potrero Hill dive that opened in 1907. 100 Connecticut St., SF
Oracle Arena Away Game Watch Parties – Each year, Oracle typically opens its doors for nearly 20,000 fans for all away games for the Finals. Game 3 (June 6th) is officially announced and goes on sale Monday 6/4 at 3pm. Tickets are $20 and usually sell out instantly. Parking is $10. We expect Game 4 and Game 6 (if needed) to also have watch parties. Check www.nba.com/warriors/warriorswatchparties/ for updates.
Warriors NBA Finals 9th Street Watch Party – Oakhella and Oakland Central are teaming up to host free outdoor NBA Finals watch parties for Game 3 and Game 4 on 9th Street (between Broadway and Washington) in the heart of Old Oakland. The festivities will include kids activities and games, live DJs, a halftime performance and much more. Limited seating will be provided, so be sure to bring your own chairs and a blanket if the weather is a bit chilly. 9th Street between Washington and Broadway, Oakland
Pleasant Hill Off the Grid Lawn Watch Party – Pleasant Hill will be airing Game 3 of the NBA Finals next Wednesday at Off the Grid on a large screen on the lawn of City Hall. Currently only Game 3 (June 6th) but check Facebook for updates. City Hall, Pleasant Hill
City of Concord Outdoor Watch Party – Join the City of Concord and the Todos Santos Business Association as the Warriors battle it out in game 4 of the NBA finals. The game will be shown on the big screen from the stage with tip off starting at 6:00pm. Currently only scheduled for Game 4 (June 8th) but check Facebook for updates. Todos Santos Plaza, Concord
The Athletic Club Oakland – Brand new sports bar with two floors, 40 screens and 20 sound zones including a rivalry room with double sided projection screens and dueling bleachers. 59 Grand St., Oakland.
Era Art Bar & Lounge – Hosted by KMEL DJs DCisChillin and Lexx Jones. Tons of TVs, large projection screen and game sound pushed through club sound system. From what we can tell, it’s free admission for unreserved seats and stools, or $20 for reserved leather seats and sofas. 19 Grand Ave., Oakland.
Reem’s – Oakland bar with beer and fresh-baked flatbread wraps. Wear your Warriors gear and get $2 off any drink with purchase. 3301 E. 12th St. Oakland.
Gio’s Pizza & Bocce – Get $4 craft cocktails during every game and happy hour specials from 5-6pm like 2-for-1 pizza and calzones, specials on house cocktails and more. 2420 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley.
21st Amendment Brewery – Beer specials, plus a large projector screne with the sound on. 2010 Williams St., San Leandro
Marin Country Mart – Watch party under the big tent where the farmer’s market is with Belcampo Meat Co. serving hot dogs & brats. Free Admission – 2257 Larkspur Landing Circle, Larkspur
Sweetwater Music Hall – Concert venue turned into a sports bar during big games – Huge screen, patio and cafe. Always check their schedule to make sure they’re hosing the game – 19 Corte Madrea Ave., Mill Valley.
More to be added….