Food, Online Magazine, Showdown

Riyadh’s Favorite Sports Cafes

Profile photo of Jou Pabalate

Jou Pabalate

Regional Editorial Manager at Destination Riyadh

Photo Credit: twitter.com/almasaa_cafe Photo Credit: twitter.com/almasaa_cafe

By Jou Pabalate

We’ve put together a recommended list for guys to go watch the games and do their battle cries in peace.


1. Address Café

King Abdulaziz Rd.

This is the sports café for fans who want a laid back and relaxed ambience away from the usual upbeat ambience. It’s quite a charming place complete with white interiors, tea and desserts for well, the refined sports enthusiast. They also have a special VIP area you can rent and use as a private game-viewing cinema.

16


2. Al Masaa Café

King Abdullah Rd.

Cozy seats that make you feel like it’s an extension of your living room. Their traditional coffee and tea offering just adds to the whole watching the game with the fellow chaps and makes it a tad homier.


3. Fans Up Café

Othman Bin Affan St.

Watching a hat trick pulled off on a cinema size screen, a fan’s dream comes true. This multiplex boast having the best match experience and apparently, the best mocha drink on their side of town.


4. East Stadium

Prince Bandar Rd.

If you want hardcore, this is it. We’ve come to the conclusion that this place is being kept somewhat of a secret so that Riyadhis can go mad on football uninterrupted. It has sports cinema that can accommodate 300 spectators, fitted with football chairs if we may add. There’s also private rooms, billiard tables and a gaming section.

18


5. One Way Caffe

Abdullah Al Anqari St.

It’s a bro-cave all the way, so sorry ladies! Enjoy your games on the huge screens in both their indoor and outdoor sitting areas, preferably while munching on their mini burgers.

Photo Credit: panoramio.com

Photo Credit: panoramio.com

You Might Also Like

[fbcomments]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>