With the NFL season in full swing and games already booked for months, there’s more than one reason to look forward to cheering on your favorite team. What better way to celebrate (or mourn a loss) after a game than visiting some great bars within walking distance of these massive NFL stadiums?
BonusFinder.com recently analyzed 30 stadiums and their nearby nightlife options. The study revealed which stadiums offer the most bars within walking distance, letting attendees keep the good times rolling long after the game ends.
So, which stadium has a staggering 129 bars within walking distance of its grounds? None other than Ford Field, home of the Detroit Lions. And all 129 of these bars are located within a 1-mile radius of the stadium, too. Following close behind, with 124 bars within walking distance, is the Carolina Panthers’ home, Bank of America Stadium.
Rounding out the top 10 stadiums with the most walking-distance bars are:
- New Orleans Saints, Caesars Superdome (120 bars)
- Cincinnati Bengals, Paycor Stadium (80)
- Tennessee Titans, Nissan Stadium (80)
- Indianapolis Colts, Lucas Oil Stadium (79)
- Baltimore Ravens, M&T Bank Stadium (73)
- Cleveland Browns, Cleveland Browns Stadium (72)
- Las Vegas Raiders, Allegiant Stadium (63)
- Seattle Seahawks, Lumen Field (62)
The NFL stadiums with the fewest bars within walking distance include:
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Raymond James Stadium (8)
- Buffalo Bills, Highmark Stadium (5)
- Miami Dolphins, Hard Rock Stadium (3)
- Washington Commanders, FedEx Field (1)
- Kansas City Chiefs, Arrowhead Stadium (1)
For NFL fans abroad, there’s some great stadiums in Europe to catch all the NFL action while also enjoying experiences after the game. Stadiums hosting NFL teams in London have the fourth-most affordable gameday beverages, averaging $6.30 per pint of beer. Frankfurt Stadium in Germany also scored top marks for its affordable beer prices (average of $5 per pint of beer), as well as some of the cheapest hot dogs.
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