12 outdoor spots to encourage the Bucks

The only question you need to ask yourself this week is “Where am I watching the Bucks game?” If the answer isn’t “from the comfort of my couch,” then we have some good places to cheer on the stag with a few tens to a few thousand fans.

Plus, the weather is great, so outdoor screens are the way to watch. Here are 11 establishments that we think are funny. And feel free to share your favorites, too.

1. Bayshore – The courtyard
5800 N. Bayshore Drive, Glendale
thebayshorelife.com

The Yard is located right in the heart of Bayshore and offers a huge green space for fans to set up chairs or spread covers in front of the big screen while enjoying food and drinks from The Tap, California Pizza Kitchen, Trader Joe’s, Cheesecake Factory , Kilwin’s and more. https://onmilwaukee.com/articles/bucks-bayshore-the-yard

2. Boone and Crockett
818 S. Water Street, (414) 212-8115
boonemilwaukee.com

Boone & Crockett, 818 S. Water St., hired an additional JUMBOTRON to host a patio and watch party inside the adjoining cooperage from 6pm. Plus, you can enjoy the Bucks-lit Hoan Bridge from Boone’s patio.

3. Champions Ad
2417 N. Bartlett Ave, (414) 332-440
championspub.com

One of Milwaukee‘s most beloved neighborhood taverns, tucked away in a residential East Side neighborhood, features a gargantuan patio with a new 80 inch screen for your viewing pleasure.

4. Club Charlie
320 W. Menomonee Street, (414) 763-8548
clubcharlies.com

Head to the third room to watch the game at Club Charlie. They will have the Bucks game both indoors and outdoors on the big patio screen.

5. Company brewery
735, rue Center Est, (414) 930-0909
companybrewing.com

terrace selection

This Riverwest brasserie, restaurant, bar and event space will broadcast the game on the patio with DJs during the tap room commercials.

6. Forum Fiserv / Quartier des Cerfs
134 Vel R. Phillips Ave.

deerdistrict.com

deer quarter

If you REALLY want to grow, the Fiserv Forum is your place to watch the games. The free surveillance evenings take place in the Fiserv Forum square and in The Beer Garden. The doors to the outdoor surveillance evenings will open two hours before departure. For a list of bars surrounding the Fiserv Forum that also host Bucks Bashes, go here.

7. Iron Horse Hotel – La Cour
500 W. Florida St., (414) 374-4766
Leuronhorsehotel.com

The Iron Horse Hotel has a beautiful patio with three big-screen TVs that will be showing Bucks games this week.

8. The lucky town of Leff
7208 W. State St., Wauwatosa, (414) 258-9896
leffs.com

leff terrace

The big screen pops out for Game 6 on the patio of this popular Tosa bar and restaurant. A full bar and menu are available during the game.

9. Puddler Room
2461 N. St. Clair St., (414) 747-9005
puddlershall.com

Puddler’s is a friendly bar in the Bay View neighborhood which is also one of Milwaukee’s oldest taverns. It sports a large patio with an outdoor screen, over 50 varieties of beers and local Foltz Family pizzas.

10. The Walker’s Pint
818 S. 2nd St., (414) 643-7468
walkerspint.com

One of the country’s last remaining ladies’ bars, located in the heart of Walker’s Point’s “gay district”, projects the game on giant screens both indoors and on their large terrace. Special drinks and pizza will be available.

11. Zocalo food truck fleet
636 S. 6th St., (414) 433-9747
zocalomke.com

The summer ‘it’ spot in Milwaukee invites you to their patio to cheer on the Bucks and sample food and drink from on-site food trucks including Dairyland, Mazorca, Foxfire and more. Bring your own chair to make sure you are seated; this one will switch.

12. “The Franklin Deer Quarter”
Franklin Field, 7035 S. Ballpark Dr.
milwaukeemilkmen.com/franklin-field

Tonight’s game will be shown on the Franklin Field scoreboard and Milky-Way Drive-In screens, as Ballpark Commons temporarily becomes “Deer District Franklin”. The Watch Party is free in the Milky-Way and Franklin Field lot, and concessions – food and drink – will be available.

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