A stunning feast of top-flight football awaits as the Euros kick off this Friday – and nothing beats watching the action with your mates.
Be it in the pub or elsewhere there will be plenty of atmosphere to soak up.
But where’s best places right here in Dundee?
Well, you’re not going to get better than these unrivalled bars!
We’ve also come up with some alternate solutions below if you can’t make it to the pub…
The Cask & Cork in Seagate has a well-established reputation for “Eating, Drinking and Cavorting” and they’re jumping into the Euro’s with all guns blazing.
There’s a very tasty pint-and-a-burger offer during the live games and all the games will be shown on their multiple big screens.
They’ve got a pretty huge food menu with meals served until 8pm weekdays, 9pm weekends.
The Cask is a Stobbie superstar and it’s just been given a bit of a makeover in time for this summer of world-class football.
Watch the game with hot pies and sausage rolls. It’s got a great reputation for music too so the atmosphere’s going to be superb during all that post-match banter.
And don’t miss the Northern Soul Night on 11 June with Billy Mackay
If you’ve ever been down the Clep on a match day you’ll know The Ambassador is a big favourite with footy fans home and away.
They’ve got both both Sky Sports and BT Sports available and with a function suite that can hold 200, space is never going to be an issue.
With pool, darts, food and a feast of Euro football on the cards, it’s going to be jumping!
— Greg Whitehouse (@Gregw222) April 23, 2013
Don’t fancy traipsing down the pub? Recreate the beer garden atmosphere at home while watching the footy.
Grab your longest extension cable and bring the telly outside and crank up the volume.
Don’t want to upset the neighbours? Invite them over and everyone’s a winner – just mind the electrics around the paddling pool!
Can’t afford a pint until payday and want to soak up the match atmosphere? Easy.
Just pick up an empty pint glass as a prop to watch the game without raising suspicion.
Are those pesky office hours getting in the way of the early kick off times? Not to fear.
All you need is a blow up doll, a spare set of clothes and a mask with your face printed on it.
Blow up the doll, dress it up and hey presto – you can nip off to the pub and no one will ever know you’ve gone!