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sports bar

noun

  1. a bar featuring televised sporting events.


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On Tuesday evening about a dozen people huddled together around a big screen TV at a sports bar in a residential neighborhood in western Tokyo to watch Japan face off against Spain in the men’s soccer semifinals.

From Time

When March Madness arrives, even the most casual basketball fan starts looking for the perfect sports bar — the kind of place where you don’t have to leave your seat to see both the biggest game of the day and track a potential upset by a No.

The list includes churches, volunteer fire departments, hotels, sports bars, rehabilitation centers and children’s foster-care homes, as well as major tech companies such as Cloudflare.

Jeff Bezos’s successor also once built a full-fledged sports bar in his basement with seven TVs

From Eater

In fact, 74 percent of people on Twitter now say that Twitter helps them make up for at least part of what they’re missing when they can’t experience the big event at a stadium, a sports bar or a friend’s home.

From Digiday

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