Grab your orange and black gear, tiger stripes, Skyline Dip, Grippo’s, goetta snacks, and local beer—football season is back and, with the success of the Bengals over the past couple of seasons, there is a lot of excitement to go along with that. Even better: we’ve got several game day options around the city for fun things to do to be with other Bengals fans to tailgate and get excited for the black and orange to take the field every Sunday (or Monday or Thursday or Saturday …).
Bengals Tailgate Watch Parties at Fowling Warehouse
Join Tony Pike, ESPN, and Bud Light at Fowling Warehouse for every away game this season. Free entry or $12 for unlimited fowling. Outside food is allowed or there will be food trucks onsite.
Watch Party in the MadTree Taproom
Home and away game watch parties with lots of food and beverages available for purchase.
Taproom Watch Party at Rhinegeist
Weekly Wild Watch Parties featuring $25 beer bucket specials and more.
Dey Drinking Watch Parties at Shiners on the Levee
Weekly watch parties with food and drink specials
Click here for Cincinnati-Inspired Recipes to make for your Bengals watch party.
Game Dey Events
513 Weekends at On the Rhine Eatery
Discount food and drink for all the big games every weekend.
Moerlein Lager House and Schmidlapp Event Lawn
Three hours before every home game.
Live DJ, fowling, 360 digital photo booth, bounce house, signature cocktails, beer, giveaways, and more.
Bengals Tailgate & Watch Party
Before every home game on Fountain Square
Who Dey Sunday at Fowling Warehouse
$15 for unlimited fowling, access to the Balboa’s free pizza halftime show, and three complimentary drinks.
Game Day on the Levee
Watch the game at several Newport on the Levee bars and restaurants.
Most bars and many restaurants around Greater Cincinnati will show games, so you can always check out your neighborhood options for places to watch the Cincinnati Bengals. But if you are looking for larger gatherings to celebrate the orange and black, check out these great options.
For a list of official Bengals bars around the US and beyond, click here.
Looking for more things to do this fall? Check out Everything Kid-Friendly Cincy: Fall in Cincinnati Edition.
Written by: Linsey Kraeling – Woman, wife, and mother about town, proud millennial, and lifelong Cincinnatian with an invested interest in community involvement and having a full plate—literally and figuratively. Follow along with and read more about eating like a sophisticated six-year-old, supporting local, and acting like a tourist in her own city at instagram.com/linsinnati and tourdecincinnati.com.
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