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Where to Watch Monday Night Football in New Orleans: Saints v. Raiders

We should have been in Las Vegas this year in the brand new Raiders stadium watching the Saints pummel them but alas, 2020 has had different plans. If you’re wanting to cheer on our Saints and support a local business this Monday, September 21, for the game, check out some spots where you can catch it! 

Where are you watching the game? Home? A local restaurant? Let us know in the comments below!

CBD/Garden district/French Quarter

Barcadia, 601 Tchoupitoulas Street | Game day menu, indoor/outdoor seating, $25 per person for inside tables, outdoor seating free but first come-first serve

The American Sports Saloon, 1200 Decatur Street | Indoor/outdoor seating 

Lucy’s Retired Surfer Bar | Entire restaurant seating, advanced reservations required for your table: purchase here

Mid-City

Bayou Beer Garden & Wine Garden, 326 N. Jefferson Parkway | Indoor/outdoor seating

Bulldog, 5135 Canal Blvd | Indoor/outdoor seating, big screen tv’s

Evangeline Lounge, 4501 Toulouse Street | $12 beer buckets, indoor/outdoor seating

Ruby Slipper Cafe, 315 S. Broad Street | Covered outdoor seating, advanced table reservations required: purchase online here

Trep’s [newly opened], 4327 Bienville St | Covered outdoor seating, vegetarian food options

 

Wrong Iron, 3532 Toulouse St | Distanced outdoor seating, full beer menu

Uptown

Cooter Browns, 509 S Carrollton Ave | Game day reservations required in advance: purchase here

Tchoup Yard, 405 Third St | No reservations needed, first come-first serve

Tracey’s, 2604 Magazine St | Advanced reservations required with credit card deposit: purchase here

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