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Sports Bar with 360-degree Viewing, Rooftop Views Coming to Orlando on I-Drive

A new sports bar is coming soon to Orlando on International Drive this spring with 360-degree viewing experience and rooftop views, hoping to become the game-day headquarters for Central Florida sports fans.




Go big or go home at Orlando‘s newest sports bar experience coming this spring, Tom’s Watch Bar, where every seat is the best seat in the house. While your focus might be on the giant stadium screens or the 150+ TVs lining the restaurant and bar, guests can also take in amazing views of the Orlando skyline thanks to the two-story venue’s prime rooftop location, all while enjoying chef-inspired delicious dishes and drinks.

Dubbed America’s super sports bar, Tom’s Watch Bar promises “all the sports, all the time,” with highly curated sports programming and a 360-degree viewing experience. An oversized stadium screen, surrounded by hundreds of high-definition TVs, will put guests in the center of the action.

“Tom’s Watch Bar is known as the ultimate hangout for fans of all sports,” said Tom Ryan, co-founder of Tom’s Watch Bar. “Our menu has restaurant-quality, gameday favorites that everyone will enjoy, and the $10 kids’ menu makes an ideal spot for both local and visiting families. We look forward to welcoming the Orlando community and traveling sports fans into Tom’s for a viewing experience like no other.”

With a rooftop location right in the heart of the Orlando Entertainment District on International Drive just off I-4, the two-story, 13,000-square-foot sports bar and restaurant will create 160 jobs and be a game-changer for sports enthusiasts and local guests who want to enjoy the views just minutes away from downtown Orlando and Windermere.

“With enhancements going into stadiums and arenas for beloved teams such as the Orlando Magic and Orlando City SC Lions, Orlando Pride, Orlando Predators, Orlando Solar Bears and new groups like The Orlando Squeeze pickleball team building a complex — Orlando is investing in sports,” said Greg MacDonald, Chief Brand Officer of Tom’s Watch Bar. “This is one of the many reasons we chose Orlando to be home for our first Florida location. We are excited to be a part of the Orlando sports community by providing a new, elevated way for sports fans to come together, with amazing food and drinks to complement our exciting, watch party atmosphere.”

And what’s a watch party without food? In addition to an unmatched viewing environment, Tom’s will also serve elevated gameday favorites like Deep-Dish Nachos, Tom’s Famous Prime Rib Dip and Korean BBQ Wings, just to name a few. Guests will also enjoy an extensive drink menu featuring numerous beers on tap, a vast selection of specialty cocktails and more.

Guests who want to get off the bench can see if they have what it takes to go pro in one of several Topgolf Swing Suites, featuring several virtual games, including the popular Topgolf target game, Zombie Dodgeball, Hockey Shots, Baseball Pitching, and more – paired with comfortable lounge seating, HDTVs and food and beverage service.




Tom’s Watch Bar can also host private events and meetings for groups from 10 to 800 with customizable menus, flexible spaces and advanced A/V capabilities.

Tom’s Watch Bar will be located at 8050 International Drive, Suite 1000 Orlando, FL 32819, and is expected to open by May 2024.

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