Sports Bars


Can you Catch the Crush? Now’s your chance on October 14 – 15 at Wine Yakima Valley where a bevy of wineries celebrate the harvest season at this annual event. Every winery has its own festivities from grape stomps to crush activities, live music, wine tasting (of course) and free-run juice. Get a premium pass and you’ll enjoy VIP benefits reserved just for pass-holders during this epic weekend. It’s just $30 when purchased online.

This time of year, you’ll need a jacket and good walking shoes to triumph in Yakima wine country. Keep in mind that wineries always run out of glasses. Keep yours from your first stop, or bring one. A designated driver and identification is required. Some wineries waive tasting fees for premium pass holders, so make sure to check out the details as you plan your itinerary.

Who’s Pouring?

In the Yakima Area, check out AntoLin Cellars, Treveri Cellars, Owen Roe and many more. Zillah Area wineries include Cultura Wine, Dineen Family Vineyards and Agate Field. Agate is retiring, which means fantastic pricing on retirement deals—get ready to stock up!

There’s also Sunnyside/Grandivew/Prosser area wineries including 14 Hands, Co Dinn Cellars, Thurston Wolfe Winery and Chinook Wines. Head to the Red Mountain area for Chandler Reach Vineyards, Cooper Wine Company and Purple Star Winery. Get your pass online now and save!

In Washington State, pro sports pride is strong, but when it comes to the Super Bowl the Northwest doesn’t play favorites. In every sports bar and pub in town, you’ll find yourself in good company and with like-minded fans. Start out at Jack-Sons Sports Bar and Clubhouse Lounge, open until 2am with incredible food and beer and big screen TVs so massive you won’t need to elbow your way to a good seat.

Club 2103 is also open until 2am, and for the Super Bowl there’s a special watch party along with football-friendly menus. Speakeasy Sports and Spirits is in a refurbished banquet hall and features your favorite games, classic Americana grub, and plenty of space to stretch out. Of course there’s always Buffalo Wild Wings, a favorite spot for customized wings and a great view of the game.


February + Football

Jacksons Restaurant and Sports is a local institution, top rated and renowned for their home cooking and icy cold beers. The Yakima Sports Center is the biggest bar around, complete with live music on most weekends and last call at 2am. No matter which bar you choose, you’ll find yourself with the perfect seat to catch all the action.

Still, many travelers like to stick to their spacious suite! You can order delivery or swing by for carryout and lounge in your room with the large TV and cozy seating. How will you be cheering on your team this year?


Far from the British Isles, travelers are surprised to find a smorgasbord of Irish pubs in the heart of Wine Country. Near your Yakima hotel, which is famous for the spacious rooms and easy freeway access, a delectable pint or two is just a few miles away. Kick off your Irish-themed trip with a trip to McGuire’s Irish Restaurant where the brews and fare are authentic. Here, you’ll be able to indulge in your British favorites, but that’s just the beginning!

Check out Michael’s All Star Pub and Eatery, a favorite haunt for locals where the dishes can’t be beat. Twigs Bistro and Martini Bar blends the best of Ireland with Americana fare to create a pairing that’s out of this world. At Mickey’s Pub, you’ll feel right at home with plenty of Irish décor, menu items, and of course numerous options on tap.

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Feeling Lucky?

Creekside West Bar and Grill is another fusion hotspot where your favorite Irish pints go perfectly with an eclectic menu from the Great Northwest. Barnstormers Pub and Eatery is just around the corner, and a favorite place for a night cap. From Willy D’s to Yakima Craft Brewing Company, it’s easy to “get lucky” in Yakima when you know where to go.

Many come to Yakima for family reunions, sporting events, or to take care of business. The longer you stay, the less you pay—and the more fun you’ll have at the local Irish pubs.


Final FourIt is Final Four time and you need a place to kick back and watch the games. If you are looking for a great place to grab a cold one as you cheer on your team, we have a few suggestions for you.

Hoops Sports Bar and Grill is complete with a fire place, three pool tables, and outside bar and patio and 5 TV’s for your viewing pleasure. They help you watch a game in style.

Jack-Sons Sports Bar and Clubhouse Lounge is a great place with friendly staff to watch your sports team fight to the end. Filled with sports memorabilia this sports bar is one to lay claim on their buffalo wings. Featuring numerous plates each month that goes beyond the typical sports bar fare, you won’t be disappointed in the atmosphere, food or great beer selection.

Bert’s Pub is a hidden gem that is popular among the locals with great food and a great place to catch a game. Need half time entertainment? Enjoy a game of darts or take advantage of their shuffle boards.

Win or lose, you are sure to have a great time at any spot you choose. After a long day of cheering (or sulking) prop up your feet and enjoy a nice relaxing evening with us. Check out our specials page for our upcoming specials.