The divisional rounds have concluded, Brady’s Buccaneers have been slain, and the final four has been set. Harry Slade investigates Nottingham’s NFL hotspots
This Irish themed bar promises that there is no better place to watch Sunday’s NFL action, with options to pre-order your favourite beers and spirits – even by the bucket.
So, whether it’s a pint of Coors, or a double vodka and coke, O’Neill’s may be the place you want to be to see Patrick Mahomes and Joe Burrow do battle at Arrowhead Stadium.
The Three Crowns
Maybe you want to see who wins the Vince Lombardi trophy at The Three Crowns. The lively pub situated conveniently on Nottingham’s tramline is a great place to have a pint of dark fruits and watch the 49ers attempt to right the wrongs of two years ago.
But first they must beat the LA Rams in the NFC championship game.
If you want to watch that game in a place with great atmosphere and some cheap drinks, touchdown here.
Self-proclaimed fans of the Gridiron, Huddl has been showing all the Sunday kick-offs in playoff season.
The bar offers a private sports booth to offer you and some mates the chance to make the atmosphere your own and savour the mouth-watering clashes that are coming up on Sunday.
So if you want to kickback and watch the NFC and AFC championship games in style , this could be the place for you.
Whatever your scene, rest assured Nottingham has you covered for the big night.