Bucs will flaunt luxury Bar 76 this fall

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ home stadium will have a new premium sports bar to flaunt this fall. The Bucs recently revealed the name of the bar at its Raymond James Stadium on its official website. The premium bar will be named Bar 76 after the team’s inaugural 1976 season.

Bar 76 will be located at Ray Jay’s recently redesigned climate-controlled East stadium Club and Atrium. It is the latest project in the team’s more than $160 million, multi-phase renovation of the stadium.

The 10,000 square feet restaurant and bar will have 76 varieties of beer, going with the theme of its name. It will boast one of the largest selections of beers at a sports venue with team’s partners Millercoors and Anheuser-Busch offering a wide variety of beers along with local and Florida-based breweries. Bar 76 will have a number of build-it-yourself culinary stations with signature food items available.

In an industrial-meets-modern interior style, the restaurant will feature a chic football-themed design with two 15 feet by 9 feet video boards positioned in front of white brick wall and all 32 NFL helmets will be the backdrop behind the bar. The patrons will be able to enjoy the NFL games with access to all pre and post-game programming on more than 60 HDTV monitors and a third video wall.

“The Glazer family is constantly challenging us to find new, innovative ways to enhance the game day experience and Bar 76 is going to be a game-changer for our club members who desire an upscale restaurant option before, during and after games,” said Chief Operating Officer, Buccaneers, Brian Ford. “With its 76 varieties of beer, signature food offerings and football-themed, high-end design, Bar 76 will quickly become a premier destination within Raymond James Stadium.”

The new East Stadium Club will also include two additional new bars, more than 160 HDTVs, state-of-the-art audio system. The member of the club can enjoy the games on the new comfortable padded seats and benefits like early entry to the stadium, boutique concessions, discounts on food and merchandise and opportunity of getting autographs from buccaneer legends and cheerleaders.

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