Every weekend in the fall, thousands of Indy residents and guests flock to bars, grills, and friend's houses to watch football games. Find out where to find fellow fans in Indianapolis.

Almost any bar in the Broad Ripple neighborhood of Indianapolis fills with football fans each Saturday and Sunday during the fall to catch college and professional teams. But, a few stick out at as the place to go for the ultimate experience.

Moe & Johnny's is located off of the strip in south Broad Ripple at 5380 N College Ave Indianapolis, IN 46220, but is a popular viewing spot for sports fans. The restaurant and bar is calm by day serving families and singles, but things can get crowded on game nights with fans packed in to catch the action on the bar's big screen televisions and several smaller screens. Students from nearby Butler University are especially drawn to the business. Try an accompanying appetizer from the restaurant like nachos or chicken quesidillas. The bar offers drink specials every night of the week.

Just off the strip in Broad Ripple is a national chain restaurant known as a good place to catch a game. Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar, 6235 Guilford Ave Indianapolis, IN 46220, coins itself as a sports bar and includes numerous televisions and food and drink game day specials. Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar has several locations in the Indianapolis metropolitan area for fans who don't want to make the trip to Broad Ripple.

On fair-weather fall days, Broad Ripple Tavern, 745 Broad Ripple Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46220, is a great place to catch a game. Several large windows in the tavern open creating a nice breeze. The bar also offers pool tables for half time and several televisions for perfect game views.

If you prefer live action to watching the game in a bar or grill, consider buying tickets to several sports teams near Indianapolis. Indiana University, Ball State University, and Purdue University are all within about an hour of Indianapolis. The city is home to a professional football team, the Indianapolis Colts who play in the brand new Lucas Oil Stadium.

If neither going to the games or watching the games in a bar are your style, consider staying home. Indianapolis has hundreds of pizza delivery restaurants including chains and mom and pops. Remember to order early as delivery times can become long during big sporting events. Invite over friends for the ultimate viewing experience.