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100+ Top Bars: Bars with Dart Leagues

Friendly competition is fun, but for those who take darts more seriously, these bars host leagues with weekly matches


Crown & Anchor
This English pub in Algiers Point offers a dozen beers on tap, a large selection of bottled brews and occasionally cask craft beers. Dart league games are Tuesday and Wednesday nights, when the bar becomes a popular hangout after the Wednesdays on the Point concerts. 200 Pelican Ave., (504) 227-1007; www.crownand-, @CrownAnchorPub

Finn McCool's
Mid-City's venerable Irish pub hosts its weekly dart competitions at 6 p.m. Tuesdays. Big screens wrapped around the bar broadcast U.S. and English Premier League soccer, and the bartenders pour a perfect Guinness. 3701 Banks St., (504) 486-9080;, @finnmccoolspub

Half Moon Bar & Restaurant
This Lower Garden District watering hole is a reliable late-night hangout, where dartboards add to the bar-game-friendly interior. The bar sponsors team FFBF. 1125 St. Mary St., (504) 522-0599;

Mid City Yacht Club
Though this neighborhood favorite gathers big crowds for game day, its dart teams hold regular competitions of their own. The bar offers $10 buckets of six longnecks, and the kitchen cranks out bar snacks. 440 S. St. Patrick St., (504) 483-2517;, @mcycNOLA

Parkview Tavern
Just steps from City Park, this Mid-City spot is fully equipped for darts fans. Sunday is an all-day happy hour, and if you're more into online gaming, you can find electrical outlets at nearly every stool. 910 N. Carrollton Ave., (504) 482-2680

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