1. Pillbox Tavern
Pillbox Tavern is located in the Treasure Island Center - also home to Tria Rink, practice ice for the Wild. Watch the game on the 65” laser projector or one of their 22 TVs, while enjoying drink specials and upscale tavern fare.
400 Wabasha St N, Suite 220
Tiff's might be known as an all-out college, Packer and Kansas bar during the week, but it's an all-out Minnesota hockey bar on Wild game days. With over 37 TVs and 3 big screens, plus booth seating with TVs on either side, you’re sure to catch all of the action.
2051 Ford Parkway
Although Herbie's on the Park can feel more upscale than your typical sports bar, hockey fans will feel at home in a bar named for Saint Paul's own Herb Brooks of 1980 Olympic hockey fame (his Olympic ring is on display).
317 Washington Street
An Eastside staple, you'll find longtime regulars and new visitors hanging around at Obb's Sports Bar. Make sure you try the Cuban.
1347 Burns Ave
New Bohemia's selection of sausages and brews pack a serious punch—so serious that they have their own penalty box...only in the State of Hockey. With a 160” projector TV, they've also got one o the biggest screens to watch the game.
222 7th Street West
Connected to New Bohemia is West 7th's hottest new funhouse—Seventh Street Truck Park. Grab a bite from one of five different food trucks and cheers a brew in your very own Stanley Cup stein (also available at New Bohemia).
214 7th Street West
You didn’t seriously think we’d leave this one off the list, did you? Just two blocks from Xcel Energy Center, Tom Reid's is the place to be before, during and after every game where they'll be airing all the action over 46 screens. Come ready to show your Wild spirit— it's owned by former Minnesota North Stars defenseman Tom Reid and you’ll be amazed by how much hockey memorabilia fits into one bar. Don’t be surprised if you run into some former or current players—this is THE hockey bar of the Twin Cities. See also Tom Reid's Event Menu.
258 7th Street West
8. Wild Bill's
The newest sports bar in town is also one of the nearest to Xcel Energy Center. Right across the street, you can catch the game on wall-to-wall TVs at this laid-back western-themed bar and restaurant.
175 7th Street West