Where to Watch Chiefs Games: Our Kansas City Guide

Last updated on January 24th, 2024 at 06:02 am.

It’s time to get ready for some Chiefs football! We bleed red and gold here in Missouri and couldn’t be more excited for our 2023 Super Bowl LV champs to get back to the field for another unforgettable season. If you are looking for the best place to watch Chiefs Games, we’ve got you covered.

There’s nothing better than cheering on the Chiefs in a place where you can order a pitcher and some wings, don’t have to worry about being quiet, and can feel the glory of a win with fellow fans. 

Best Places to Watch Kansas City Chiefs Games

We’ve put together a list of some of our favorite game-day hangouts both in Kansas City. These places will have the games on throughout the season and will have some great specials, too. So, rally your friends for a memorable Sunday afternoon, Monday night, or Thursday night, and GO CHEIFS!

Where to Watch Kansas City Chiefs Games in Kansas City

For those unable to make it to the raucous “World’s Loudest Stadium” for every home game, fret not! Kansas City offers a plethora of dedicated fan sanctuaries where you can experience the same electrifying atmosphere while cheering for Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce, and the rest of the Chiefs squad.

Here are 15 sports bars and watering holes ideal for catching the big game by neighborhood.

Other popular local bars are Tanner’s, Johnny’s, Talk of the Town, John’s Big Deck, Brewtop, McFadden’s. 

Power & Light

Game Day Experience

Game Day Experience in Kansas City Power & Light

Our absolute favorite place to watch a Chiefs game outside the stadium in at the Game Day Experience at Kansas City Power & Light.

This is the ultimate game day extravaganza! With an impressive arsenal of 30+ TVs, the centerpiece steals the show – a colossal 32-foot HD LED TV, and yes, it proudly holds the title of the largest TV screen outside of Arrowhead Stadium.

You’ve got options galore when it comes to seating. Reserve seats up close to the mammoth screen for an immersive experience, or take advantage of the stadium-style seating available for free. If you prefer a table, no worries – there are numerous restaurants with outdoor seating offering stellar views of the big screen.

There are all kinds of options for food and drinks from the restaurants and well as vendor stands in the area. You’ll find everything from Bloody Mary’s to beer and hot chocolate. As well, food options are pretty much endless!

Whether you’re soaking in the sunny vibes of early fall games or seeking warmth and coziness under the closed roof during winter, the energy and camaraderie are unparalleled. It’s the epicenter of game day excitement in Kansas City, where every fan can find their perfect spot to cheer on their team.

Westport

The Original Peanut

If your goal is to find the best wings to enjoy during the game, The Peanut has some ridiculously good wings. Their tendies dipped in wing sauce served with blue cheese and ranch and a side of fries is also a solid choice.

They also serve a Sunday brunch from 10am-12pm and just happen to be the oldest bar and grill in Kansas City.

Address: 5000 Main St, Kansas City, MO 64112

(The Peanut also has a downtown location at 418 W 9th St, Kansas City, MO 64105, but I have yet to visit because I love the Main Street location way too much!)

Westport Ale House

Featuring an impressive array of over 50 big-screen TVs and an extensive food and drink menu, Westport Ale House stands as the ultimate destination to catch the Kansas City Chiefs in action.

The unparalleled fan ambiance they cultivate is truly unparalleled, and their renowned watch parties have become a staple across the Kansas City region. Whether you prefer to soak in the game’s excitement on the bustling main floor or savor it with a view from the rooftop, Westport Ale House has it all. Conveniently situated at the intersection of Archibald and Broadway in the heart of Westport, it’s the go-to spot for Chiefs enthusiasts.

Address: 4128 Broadway KCMO 64111

Waldo

Lew’s

Home of the 84oz Das Boot, it’s always got the Chiefs game on as well as any and all other sports channels playing on the bar’s many TVs.

Address: 7539 Wornall Rd. Kansas City, MO 64114

Brookside

The Brooksider Sports Bar & Grill

With an impressive array of over 50 TVs, The Brooksider ensures that you won’t miss a single moment of any game you desire to watch. Pair this with their extensive bar and grill menu, featuring options like wings and burgers, and you have the perfect recipe for an exceptional football-watching experience.

It’s easy to see why The Brooksider secures a top spot among the best places to catch football action in Kansas City—simple and delicious fare alongside a multitude of screens. This sports bar is a hidden gem, often overlooked but undoubtedly deserving of a visit for any football enthusiast.

Address: 6330 Brookside Plaza

Charlie Hoopers Bar & Grill

Charlie Hoopers, a beloved staple in the Brookside neighborhood, is the go-to destination for game day excitement. Sporting an impressive selection of over 30 beers on tap, it’s the perfect spot to catch your favorite team in action. Whether you’re a fan of local brews, craft creations, seasonal selections, or unique finds, Charlie Hoopers has something to satisfy every beer connoisseur’s palate, with over 100 options in bottles and cans.

And let’s not overlook their Sunday special, where you can savor three delectable taco choices (Chicken, Pork, or Beef) for just $6.99. With great beer and delicious food offerings, Charlie Hoopers undoubtedly elevates your game day experience to a whole new level.

Address: 12 W 63rd Street, Kansas City, MO

Plaza

The Granfalloon

Granfalloon, a Plaza neighborhood gem, has earned its well-deserved recognition as one of KC’s top sports bars, as voted by Feast Magazine. What sets them apart is their unwavering commitment to providing a premium viewing experience, ensuring that you can catch the game from any seat in the entire restaurant.

Don’t miss their delicious Sunday brunch menu, available from 10:30 AM to 1 PM. Among the tempting offerings, the “HANGOVER ENCHILADAS” take the spotlight, featuring a blend of ghost chili seasoned beef, white cheddar, red chili sauce, a fried egg, cilantro-lime crème fraiche, pico de gallo, and southwest hash—a Sunday brunch indulgence worth savoring.

Address: 608 Ward Pkwy, Kansas City, MO 64112

Crossroads

International Tap House

The International Tap House is a beer enthusiast’s haven, with a vast selection of draft and bottled brews within its expansive and industrial-chic setting. But if you’re a fan of game day excitement coupled with tacos, you’re in for a treat, as the International Tap House shares its space with Mission Taco Joint.

With 56 taps offering a diverse range of craft beers, both local and international, as well as expertly crafted draft cocktails, you’ll find something to suit every taste. To top it off, they’ve got your game day covered with TVs strategically placed throughout the bar, ensuring you won’t miss a moment of the action. It’s the perfect fusion of great beer, delicious food, and sports entertainment at the International Tap House.

Address: 403 E 18th St, Kansas City, MO 64108

Downtown Kansas City

Loews Kansas City Hotel

Cheer on the home team at Bar Stilwell with locally inspired hand-crafted cocktails and bar eats while watching the game on the big screen ideally located in the lobby bar. 

Or, make a night of it and book the Loews Tailgate Rate and enjoy luxurious accommodations with added perks including:

  • $25 Food and Beverage credit per stay
  • Self or valet parking per night
  • Late check-out & Room upgrade based on availability

Address: 1515 Wyandotte St, Kansas City, MO 64108

River Market

The Blue Line Hockey Bar

Step into The Blue Line Hockey Bar, where the ambiance is as classic as the bar fare it serves. This hockey-themed hangout is a haven for sports enthusiasts, complete with karaoke nights and lots of fun memorabilia. While hockey may take center stage here, fear not, as they’re always sure to have the Chiefs game on the screen as well.

The menu includes an array of appetizers, salads, sandwiches, soups, burgers as well as a good selection of vegetarian options. Our favorite is the Nordique Nachos with grass-fed ground beef and topped with refried pinto beans, pico de gallo, cheddar cheese, espinaca con queso, lettuce, sour cream and side of house salsa.

And for those who appreciate a good brew, The Blue Line offers a wide array of options on tap, in bottles, as well as seltzers and wine, ensuring that everyone finds their perfect game day drink. It’s the kind of spot where sports and camaraderie blend seamlessly.

If you’re attending a Sunday game, consider starting your day with a visit to the River Market farmers market for a fun pre-game experience.

Address: 529 Walnut St, Kansas City, MO 64106

North Kansas City

Nick and Nino’s

Nick and Nino’s is your game day haven, with jello shots for every Chiefs touchdown and incredible food. Enjoy pool, darts, and 20+ TVs for game day.

Feast on wings, quesadillas, nachos, burgers, salads, pizza, and pasta. Don’t miss the $22 KC Strip steak dinner. Plus, indulge in daily and late-night Happy Hour specials.

Address: 10024 N Ambassador Dr, Kansas City, MO 64153

Kansas City Chiefs 2023 Schedule

Thursday, September 7 @ 7:20pm (vs. Detroit)

Sunday, September 17 @ 12:00pm (vs. Jacksonville)

Sunday, September 24 @ 3:25pm (vs. Chicago)

Sunday, October 1 @ 7:20pm (vs. New York)

Sunday, October 8 @ 3:25pm (vs. Minnesota)

Thursday, October 12 @ 7:15pm (vs. Denver)

Sunday, October 22 @ 3:25pm (vs. Los Angeles)

Sunday, October 29 @ 3:25pm (vs. Denver)

Sunday, November 5 @8:30am (vs. Miami)

Monday, November 20 @ 7:15pm (vs. Philadelphia)

Sunday, November 26 @ 3:25pm (vs. Las Vegas)

Sunday, December 3 @ 7:20pm (vs. Green Bay)

Sunday, December 10 @ 3:25pm (vs. Buffalo)

Monday, December 18 @ 7:15pm (vs. New England)

Monday, December 25 @ 12:00pm (vs. Las Vegas)

Sunday, December 31 @ 3:25pm (vs. Cincinnati)

Sunday, January 7 @ 3:25 pm (vs. Los Angeles)

Sunday, January 13 @7 pm (vs. Miami) Wildcard Round

Sunday, January 21 @ 5:30 pm (vs. Buffalo) Divisional Round

Sunday, January 28 @ 2 pm (vs. Ravens) AFC Championship

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