Hockey players have ice in their veins, and the fans should have ice by their seats. But if you can’t make it to the rink, there are plenty of great places to watch the Ducks of Anaheim. Just remember to bring your own Zamboni.
With special game day menus and tons of screens, here are places to pull up a bar stool and yell “GOAL!”
Let the Kilt Girls help you cheer on the home team with fish and chips. Just down the street from the Honda Center, the Tilted Kilt restaurant is a gathering place for Ducks fans. The pub offers sports fans lots of flat screens TVs, 30+ beers on tap, and a mouth-watering menu.
1625 W. Katella Ave., Orange
Another great pub choice for Ducks fans is the Auld Dubliner in Tustin. Also known as The Dub, the Auld Dubliner features 35 HD televisions and 125” HD Projector Screen for watching each goal. Cheer the Ducks on with one of 35 draft beers and ane order of bangers and mash.
2497 Park Ave., Tustin
JT Schmid’s Restaurant & Brewery
I won’t tell Wild Wing if you order the Boneless Buffalo Wings at JT Schmid’s, directly across from the Honda Center. Because of its proximity, it’s a popular destination for post-game meet-ups and post-game celebrations.
2610 E Katella Ave., Anaheim
Shock Top Terrace
Enjoying the game from the Honda Center itself? Check out the Shock Top Terrace, a passholder-only club restaurant. From sushi rolls to burgers, you can skate over 2 hours before puck drop to maximize the fun.
2695 E Katella Ave., Anaheim
Clancy’s American Grill
Comfort food for the sports fan is served at Clancy’s American Grill in Anaheim. No comfort is needed while watching the Ducks win on one of their 30 TVs. If you’re looking to play yourself, pick up a game of pool or challenge a friend to video games.
2191 S. Harbor Blvd., Anaheim
If you’re looking to catch the game a little closer, try The Catch right across the street from Angel Stadium. You can tailgate on the patio or around the bar with special game day menus and a round of beer pong or two.
2100 E. Katella Ave. #104, Anaheim