ItÂ’s Always Game Time at These Fort Myers Sports Bars



One way to make friends fast when traveling, comes in bonding over sporting events. Fort Myers has lots of places where you can do just that, at sports bars that proudly show everything from college and pro ball, to golf, boxing and everything in between. And because the area is full of transplants, you are sure to find someone routing for your team too, no matter how far away it may be.

Sports bars often have a reputation for serving less than average food, however, nothing could be farther from the truth at stops like Leroy Selmon’s. The namesake restaurant of former Tampa Bay Buccaneer great, Selmon’s serves succulent ribs, juicy steaks and lots of soulful southern cuisine. 

At Nick & Stella’s Family Sports Pub, one of the area's oldest sports bars, you’ll also find a nice selection of Greek inspired dishes with forty big screens, both indoors and out.

The newest, biggest addition to the area is The Lodge. While not a 'dedicated' sports bar, it has become a most popular gathering spot for sports fans in the downtown area with the regions biggest LED TV and a giant projection wall to boot  

No matter what time of the year, or what sport you follow, you are sure to find it featured on a TV at one of these 10Best sports bars. 




With a motto that reads "come for the food, stay for the sports," Stevie Tomato's serves up big plates full of big flavor. If you're in town for a Chicago Blackhawks game, this is the place to be. The kitchen also cranks out Chicago-style...  Read More


Gatorbites Tail & Ale
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Gatorbites is all things Florida; laid back, colorful fruity drinks, and a menu full of fish and alligator. It's also a fantastic place to get your sports fix. For extra special events, the owner has even been known to bring in bleachers. In...  Read More


Nick & Stella's Family Sports Pub
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Nick & Stella's may be in a strip mall, but they've beautified their piece of sidewalk with palm trees, umbrellas and lots of TV's. Most of the televisions are inside, 40 in all, playing every sport and every team you would want to see on...  Read More




Located in an old Starbucks building, just southeast of I-75 on Daniels Parkway, Fat Katz is a fun, local find. A popular place year round to catch a game on TV, the indoor bar can get cramped, so thankfully the outdoor patio is spacious and...  Read More


Shoeless Joe's Sports Cafe
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Named after the famous White Sox slugger, Shoeless Joe's has a long history of entertaining locals and tourists alike with live music, fun events and 40 big screens to watch your favorite sport or team. You will often find contingents of Bears...  Read More


RonDaos Pizzaria and Sports Bar
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RonDao's has been serving up great pizza, in an exciting atmosphere for watching sporting events, for nearly fifteen years. With 75, yes 75 big screens try the signature seafood pie; loaded with shrimp, scallops and crab in a rich white sauce....  Read More


Sidelines Sports Bar and Grill
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This family owned sports bar is also family friendly with arcade games for the kids, while adults watch the live action on some thirty screens. You can also shoot a game of pool on tables inside or on the screened-in, outdoor patio. Sidelines...  Read More




If you like to have a good selection of beer to choose from, while watching your team's players take the field or the court, then the Miller's Ale House is for you. Not only does this sports bar have more than 75 drafts and bottles to choose...  Read More




Football Hall of Famer Leroy Selmon loved to eat southern cookin' with a dose of soul. He also loved sports so he combined those passions, opening his first Florida restaurant in 2000. The Fort Myers location is one of eight in the state, an...  Read More


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The Lodge
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The newest edition to the restaurant scene in downtown Fort Myers, The Lodge is cool even when it is 100 degrees outside. In the theme of a northern ski lodge, you're greeted by a huge, stuffed grizzly upon entering and treated to a big open...  Read More


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