The Gonzaga Bulldogs are vying for the WCC Championship title down in Las Vegas this week. Many of us don’t have the luxury of being able to buzz down to Sin City to watch in person. If you don’t want to watch at home and are looking for the camaraderie that can only be found in a busy bar or restaurant, we put a list together of some of the top spots around greater Spokane to cheer on the hometown team.


Jack & Dan’s

It’s quintessential Gonzaga. Jack & Dan’s is an institution. It’s the perfect spot for adult Zag fans and students to co-mingle with a like-minded goal: eat nachos, sip beer and cheer! Bonus: they have a family friendly back room, so you can bring the kids!


Borracho Taco & Tequileria

Add some spice to your Zag watching experience with tacos and a margarita. Be sure to ask your server about the Taco Eating Challenge. You can experience your own competition.


The Globe Bar & Kitchen

They had us at gorgonzola fries. Just across the street from Borracho’s is The Globe. It has tons of space and plenty of screens to catch every play.

The Park Inn

This establishment has been rooting on the Zags and serving up delicious food and drinks since 1932. That’s back when Gonzaga University still had a football team! It’s all about basketball now. The Park Inn is kid friendly, too.

Manito Tap House

If craft beer is your thing, then mix your two favorites: beer and The Zags. Keep in mind Manito Tap House was voted best beer bar in the state of Washington in 2017. This spot also welcomes kids.


Swinging Doors

You can’t go wrong in this North Spokane establishment. Home of the free steak dinner on your birthday, the Swinging Doors is a refuge for Zag supporters.

Northern Quest Resort & Casino: EPIC Sports Bar

What’s in a name? EPIC says it all. You’ll have the best Zag watching experience here and when the game is over, you can try your luck at the gaming tables.


True Legends Grill

It calls itself Liberty Lake’s premier burger destination, so go see for yourself. While you’re at it, watch the game on the restaurant’s 230” big screen.


The Ref Sports Bar

Huge oval bar with six large flat screens in the center. Sounds like a solid way to watch the game. TVs are scattered all over the restaurant, too!