Sports-Bar Blowout: Iggy's, The Huddle, Batters Up & Lumpys | Music | Salt Lake City | Salt Lake City Weekly

Sports-Bar Blowout: Iggy's, The Huddle, Batters Up & Lumpys 

Pin It
With the rise of Club Matters’ favorite sports season—football—comes renewed interest in the age-old institutions of sports bars and grills. Consider this your guide to some of the best in the area.

Iggy’s Sports Grill
Iggy’s has great food and a great atmosphere at all of their locations, and many locations they have! Nine Iggy’s spread out up and down the Wasatch Front, as far north as Ogden and as south as St. George. Most downtown dwellers prefer the 423 W. 300 South spot, though. Some of the biggest screens in town are at Iggy’s; check ’em out on game day.

The Huddle
If you’re out of the downtown area by the benches, sit down and relax at The Huddle (2400 E. Ft. Union Blvd.). It’s a fun place to enjoy some pigskin and a pint away from the downtown melee.

Batters Up
Though it sounds like just a baseball bar, Batters Up (1717 S. Main) features all sports on several huge screens in multiple rooms. And despite the lack of windows, it’s surprisingly nice and bright inside.

The original Lumpy’s is a national treasure and the new one is a great addition to the Lumpy’s family. Dancing is more prevalent at the downtown location, but you’re more likely to find parking at the original (3000 S. Highland Drive). Both, however, are perfect places for games. The downtown location is enticing customers with more than just their beautiful cocktail waitresses and three levels of entertainment via several specials: Mondays have $1 tacos and 25 cent wings. Tuesdays feature $1 PBRs and $2 shots of Beam. Thursday night’s deal? Tall boys of PBR and shots of whiskey for $5. A few of those and you’ll need to catch a cab from the 145 Pierpont Ave. spot.




Lumpy’s Downtown Hotshots:
1. Katie Stevens, Amber Pratt
2. Josh Clark, Lauren Miller
3. Justin Picari, Penny Tatton

We want to keep Utah up to speed on local nightlife. Submit tips about club openings, closures, remodels, special events, drink recipes and noteworthy changes to

Pin It


About The Author

Jon Paxton

More by Jon Paxton

Latest in Music

  • Q&A On a Year in Quar

    Community members share hopes and wishes for what's next in the local music scene.
    • Feb 24, 2021
  • Expanding on the Social

    Social Antidote continues supporting local artists by going "hybrid" with pre-recorded and live content.
    • Feb 17, 2021
  • Seats at the Table

    Paul Cardall celebrates a new heart with a new perspective on an inclusive world.
    • Feb 10, 2021
  • More »

Readers also liked…

  • Happiness and Enthusiasm

    Local rapper uMaNg brings skills and stories from a restless life.
    • Jul 10, 2019
  • Dudes to the Back

    An educational rant for guys who like music from a girl music editor.
    • Aug 21, 2019

© 2021 Salt Lake City Weekly

Website powered by Foundation