Mayweather vs. McGregor: 18 Places to Watch the Big Fight

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It's been a dream match-up for years. Floyd "Money" Mayweather and "The Notorious" Conor McGregor facing off in the same ring.

We're here to help if you want to watch the big Mayweather vs. McGregor matchup but not quite sure where to go. From the North Shore to the South Shore, here are some local options that are carrying the big brawl this weekend.

Happy's Irish Pub

This is a great spot for folks who want to tailgate before the Saints game and catch some of the fight.  Its prime location near the Superdome ensures you won’t miss a play or punch. The cover is $20, which includes two beer tickets. Photo courtesy: Happy’s Irish Pub

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Dave and Buster's

Dave and Buster’s is another great spot for folks who are looking to catch a little tailgating action along with some of the fight. The venue will broadcast the fight in one of the private event spaces with food and drinks, but it’s going to cost you. Guests can choose between “The Right Hook” package for $50 or “The Knockout” package for $60. Both include a large selection of food and two premium drink tickets. If the fight ends early, you can always fill your time by playing some games.

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Barcadia

Play some games while watching the fight at this popular Warehouse District spot. The cover charge is $20 for standing room only. If you can find three friends to join you, it’ll cost you $100 for a four-top table. Find two more friends, and you can get a six-top for $150. The tables come with a minimum $50 food and drink purchase. Photo courtesy: Barcadia

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The District

While folks are at Lucy’s watching the Saints game, you can head next door to The District to catch the fight. Choose between a $30 cover per person or you can reserve a table for four. A table will run you between $200 to $300, but the option comes with a bottle of liquor. Photo courtesy: The District

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Manning's

Manning’s offers a few options for tickets to their viewing party. You can purchase general admission tickets for $22.50, center dining for $66 or grab yourself a front-row recliner for a mere $229.50. Food and drinks are not included in these prices. Doors open at 6 p.m., and reserved seating will be available at 9 p.m. Photo courtesy: Manning’s

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Masquerade

The night club housed inside of Harrah’s Casino hosts a viewing party, but at time of this post tickets have sold out. Photo courtesy: Masquerade

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Tracey's

Tracey’s on Magazine Street will carry the fight. The cover charge is $30. Get there early, as seats can fill up fast.  Photo courtesy: Tracey’s

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American Sports Saloon

This French Quarter sports bar will host the fight, but seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets are selling quickly. You can buy them online for $25 or pay $40 at the door. Photo courtesy: American Sports Saloon

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Spirits on Bourbon

The Bourbon Street bar will broadcast the fight starting at 6 p.m. when the undercard starts. General admission is $40, or you can reserve a four-top for $250. That comes with premium seating and an unobstructed view. Photo courtesy: Spirits on Bourbon via Facebook

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Turtle Bay

Turtle Bay will charge a $25 cover. If you want to reserve a table, you must call the bar directly. Photo courtesy: Turtle Bay via Facebook

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Saints and Sinners

The Channing Tatum-owned Bourbon Street establishment is charging $25 for standing room only or $50 for VIP seating. You must call ahead to guarantee a spot. Photo courtesy: Saints and Sinners via Facebook

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Bourbon Street Drinkery

The Bourbon Street bar will charge a $20 cover in advance and $30 at the door. Contact the bar directly to purchase your tickets in advance. Photo courtesy: Bourbon Street Drinkery

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La Habana Hemingway

Grab yourself a cigar and a seat at the bar to watch the biggest fight of the year. It will cost you $30 (cigar not included). Photo courtesy: La Habana Hemingway

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Buffalo Wild Wings

The chain restaurant hosts viewing parties at all three of their New Orleans-area locations with a charge of $25 per person. Photo courtesy: Buffalo Wild Wings

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DBC Bar & Grill

For you “Metry” folks, DBC hosts a party for you. They are charging a $20 cover for anyone who wants to stop in and watch the fight. Photo courtesy: DBC facebook

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The Tavern on Vets

The bar and restaurant on Vets near Williams with a “loser friendly atmosphere” (that’s their slogan, not ours) is charging a $20 cover to watch the fight.

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Nick's Sports Bar & Fox's Pizza

North Shore folks we haven’t forgotten about you! Nick’s is charging a $25 cash only cover at the door, or you can pay $30 in advance for a reserved seat. They’ll have a special menu available. Seating starts at 6 p.m.  Photo courtesy: Nick’s via Facebook

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The Brass Monkey Draught Emporium

For just $20, you can watch the fight of the century while enjoying a free nacho bar at the Brass Monkey!

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