Best Places To Watch The Warriors Play In San Francisco
“Warr-i-ors, Warr-i-ors, Warr-i-ors.” The triple-cadence chant echoes in bars around San Francisco as the Golden State Warriors play for another title. Led by superstars Kevin Durant and Steph Curry, the first Warrior to win the MVP Award since 1960, this team is well-coached, talented at both ends of the floor, has depth (we can't forget Klay Thompson and Draymond Green) and is poised to go deep. Watching a game with hordes of the Dubs Nation faithful is almost as exciting as being in the arena.
Check out some of our favorite places in San Francisco to watch the Golden State Warriors make another run at an NBA title:
Bar 333 at Le Meridien Hotel (333 Battery St.)
This sleek and modern bar in the middle of the Financial District has three televisions viewable from nearly every seat in the house. It's a great place to relax and watch the game downtown. Hours: Open for every game.
Bartlett Hall (242 O'Farrell St.)
Local craft and house-brewed beers, artisanal cocktails, and California-focused wines is what you'll find at Bartlett Hall, located right in the heart of Union Square. Hours: Open for every game.
Brick & Beam @ the Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf (550 North Point St.)
Celebrate the Warriors at one of the best restaurants and bars in the iconic Fisherman’s Wharf area. Watch games from 12 HDTV screens ranging from 55- to 60-inches, with individual speaker boxes for your table. Hours: Open for every game.
Emporium SF (616 Divisadero St.)
There's no such thing as a bad view when you watch sports on the 50-foot big screens at Emporium SF. Get there before the game or stay late to play all of the retro video games, table games, and pinball! What more could a Warriors fan ask for on game day? Hours: Monday-Friday 4 p.m.-2 a.m.; Saturday and Sunday 2 p.m.-2 a.m.
Golden Gate Tap Room (525 Sutter at Powell St.)
Go Dubs-nation crazy with over 20 screens and 100-plus beers at the Golden Gate Tap Room. In between big Warriors moments, you can also play game hall classics like shuffleboard, SkeeBall, Foosball, arcade games and pool tables. Hours: Open for every game.
Hi Tops (2247 Market St.)
Featuring cold pitchers and hot catchers, the Castro’s original and only gay sports bar is the perfect viewing spot to watch the Golden State Warriors inch closer to becoming champions! Watch the final match(es) on multiple hi-res screens situated throughout the entire bar. Hours: Saturday 10 a.m.-2 a.m.; Sunday 10 a.m.-12 a.m.; Monday-Wednesday 4 p.m.-12 a.m.; Thursday-Friday 4 p.m.-2 a.m.
Jasper's Corner Tap & Kitchen (401 Taylor St.)
Jasper's will keep even the most jaded Warriors fan happy on all game days. It's the perfect place to watch the Dubs on 12 flat-screen TVs and an impressive list of locally brewed beers and gastropub fare. Hours: Open for every game.
Spice up the big game with their Golden Special: Curry Punch, Hot Wings and a $10 Game card for your own personal shootout on NBA Hoopshot! With 35-plus HDTVs, 15-plus beers on tap, and two full bars, it's a slam dunk. Hours: Warriors Game Days from 11:30 a.m. - 10 p.m.
The Royal Exchange (301 Sacramento St.)
If you're downtown, it's hard to miss The Royal Exchange. Located at the corner of Front and Sacramento streets, the windows of this landmark bar and restaurant are always decorated in blue and gold come play-off time. With 17 TVs and 72 taps, you won't run out of options. Hours: Open for every game.
Trademark + Copyright (1123 Folsom St.)
Indulge in craft cocktails, bar bites, and boozy desserts. This fun sports bar has 10 high definition TVs, a game room and an open air patio. Hours: Monday-Thursday 4-11 p.m.; Friday 4 p.m.-1:30 a.m.; Saturday 11-1:30 a.m.; Sunday 10 a.m.-9:00 p.m.
ThirstyBear Brewing Company (661 Howard St.)
A certified organic brewery, with full bar, craft cocktails, Spanish tapas and paella, and four 55-inch, flat-panel HD TVs. Hours: Open for every game.
Watch the Golden State Warriors in HD on the projection screen at Wipeout Bar & Grill. Full bar. Hours: 9 a.m.-10 p.m. every day