Geaux LSU Tigers! Where to watch the College Football Championship in Baton Rouge

Here we go, ladies and gentlemen... The LSU Tigers take on Clemson in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome for the College Football National Championship on Monday, Jan. 13. Will you be watching?!

New Orleans will probably be PACKED that weekend, so we want to help you avoid the city travel headaches. See the action and celebrate a purple and gold victory at one of these viewing parties in Baton Rouge on the BIG game day.

Make your plans, find your watch party people, and get ready to call in sick on Tuesday -- the game starts at 7:00 p.m. on Monday. Geaux Tigers!

Tin Roof Brewing Company

These guys just can’t stop, won’t stop with the LSU fandom. Tin Roof Brewing opens their taproom at 5:00 p.m. for a family-friendly watch party. Come dressed in purple and gold and drink an LSU-licensed brew, the Bayou Bengal Lager. Their big screen will be fired up on the patio, and the sound will be on full blast. Come hungry because Big Cheezy Food Truck will be on site.

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La Carreta Mid City

Tacos, margaritas and an LSU TIGERS WIN! Watch the NCAA Football Championship at La Carreta’s in Mid City. The party starts roaring at the 7:00 p.m. kickoff. According to their Facebook event, expect giveaways and shots. ‘Nuff said. 

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Lemoine's Mid-City Daiquiri

Grab a drink and buckle in — Lemoine’s Mid-City Daiquiri is showing the game on four big screen TVs and in surround sound. Be there for 6:00 p.m. until midnight. While you’re there, take a picture in front of their new Joe Burrow mural. 

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Bayonne at Southshore

The Bayonne at Southshore Clubhouse has it goin’ on. They’ll have several televisions showing the game. Pick up a few snacks and mixed refreshments when the party starts at 5:00 p.m. Plus, get into the spirit with their free purple and gold koozies and tailgate cups. Residents and guests need to RSVP to guarantee a spot. 

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The Station Sports Bar and Grill

The Station Sports Bar and Grill has you covered from pre-game to post-game partying. Their doors open at 5:00 p.m. and don’t close until 2:00 a.m. Here, you’ll probably be up late celebrating a purple and gold win — get a free shot for every LSU touchdown! Also, raise a glass before kickoff with happy hour happening until 7:00 p.m. Enjoy burgers and 100+ options of beers and spirits. You’ll almost feel like you’re at the game when watching on The Station’s 12-foot jumbo screen TV. 

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Celebrity Theatres Baton Rouge

Speaking of jumbo screen, watch the big game at Celebrity Theatres. The movie facility will show the College Football Championship in their PLF Auditorium with Dolby Atmos surround sound. It will be a free and immersive watch party experience! Get there quickly because it’s first come, first served. There are 173 seats available and one of them could be yours. 

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