Where to Cheer on Your Football Team This Season

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Football season is in full swing, and there’s no shortage of places to enjoy the game. Whether you’re a die-hard college football fan or a devout NFL follower, here are some of our favorite spots to cheer every touchdown:

Old Key Lime House

This Lantana bar touts itself as the largest Gator bar in the world and has named its resident alligator, you guessed it, Albert. The game is on every TV and the staff serves up beer buckets, food and drink specials, fresh-made alligator bites, giveaways, and free Jell-O shots when the Gators score. 300 E. Ocean Ave., Lantana; 561/582-1889; oldkeylimehouse.com

Bru’s Room Boynton Beach

Ohio State fans, gather ’round, because while this bar will play all the college and pro football games, this is where the Buckeyes congregate. The staff believes in making Happy Hour all day long, and the Alumni Club of Palm Beach County hosts raffles during halftime to raise money for scholarships. That means you’re in for a fun time while also paying it forward. 1333 N. Congress Ave., Boynton Beach; 561/739-9332; brusroom.com

Batch in Delray Beach

Another meeting official viewing spot for the Palm Beach County Gator Club, be sure to don your orange and blue to cheer on the team. Indulge in $4 Bud Lite, five-for-$20 rotating craft beer buckets, $5 house-made pecan whiskey “Fireball” shots, and food specials. More of an NFL fan? The specials go all weekend. 14813 Lyons Road, Delray Beach; 561/877-0000; batchgastropub.com/delray

Boston’s on the Beach

Patriots fans can cheer on the team from this beachfront cheer zone. During NFL games, there’s $3.50 Bud Light on draft, $4 16-ounce aluminum Budweiser and Bud Light, and five-for-$19 buckets. Looking for some cooking that’ll take you back to New England? They’ve got lobstah. 40 S Ocean Blvd, Delray Beach; 561/278-3364; bostonsonthebeach.com

Grease Burger Bar

FSU fans, this is the place to be. The downtown West Palm Beach mainstay offers $1 touchdown Jell-O shots and 25 percent off for fans wearing the restaurant’s special wristband during Seminoles games. Want to see the game in person? There are door prizes to win FSU football tickets. 213 Clematis St., West Palm Beach; 561/651-1075; greasewpb.com

Whistle Stop Public House

A watering hole for FSU and Miami Dolphins fans, the bar plays the games from 15 televisions and serves up beer bucket and wing specials. 395 NE Spanish River Blvd., Boca Raton; 561/750-7867; whistlestoppublichouse.com

Draft House

Newly opened, the Palm Beach County Gator Club just added this hangout as its fourth official game viewing bar in the county. Watch the orange and blue duke it out on the field while enjoying beer bucket specials, 75-cent wings, $3.50 hot dogs, $6 flat breads, and more. 713 US-1, North Palm Beach; 561/812-2961; drafthousebarandgrille.com