Best of Lawrence 2012: Best Place to Watch a Game

KU fans and Johnny's West patrons Kylee Manahan and Lucas Mehl, 17, bottom right, eat before the start of the KU-KSU game on March 3, 2010, at Johnny's West. Johnny's was voted the best place to watch a game.

KU fans and Johnny's West patrons Kylee Manahan and Lucas Mehl, 17, bottom right, eat before the start of the KU-KSU game on March 3, 2010, at Johnny's West. Johnny's was voted the best place to watch a game.

Johnny’s Tavern

401 N. Second St., 721 Wakarusa Drive

johnnystavern.com

If you can’t catch the Jayhawks at Memorial Stadium or Allen Fieldhouse, our readers say Johnny’s Tavern is the best place take in a game. With its big TVs, legendary burgers, speciality pizzas and long list of libations, Johnny’s caters to fans of all tastes.

Celebrating its 60th year in 2013, Johnny’s has two Lawrence locations — in North Lawrence and out west on Wakarusa Drive. Since its inception, it’s branched out to Johnson County and Kansas City’s Power & Light District. And while each location has its own personality, both Lawrence locations are perfect places for Jayhawk fans to roost and take in a game.

Runners Up

l Allen Fieldhouse, 1651 Naismith Drive

l Buffalo Wild Wings, 1012 Mass.

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