The Statesman’s March Madness Elite Eight Sports Bar Mount

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Idaho Statesman March Madness sports bar bracket Elite Eight voting will continue until Wednesday at noon.

Dana Oland

March Madness quickly turned into March Sadness for many Boise State fans on Thursday after the Broncos were promptly ejected from the NCAA Men’s Tournament following a 64-53 first-round loss to Memphis.

But that doesn’t mean Treasure Valley basketball fans should opt out of the tournament altogether. After all, when do we get to see brave underdogs bump into Blue Blood programs and knock them off their perch? (I’m looking at you, Kentucky.)

And what makes watching these games even better? Do it in a lively sports bar with friends, lots of TVs and great food and drink at a quick order.

As the NCAA men’s and women’s tournaments enter their first weekend, the Idaho Statesman sports bar bracket enters the Elite Eight. There are only eight sports bars left to fight for the honor of being named Treasure Valley’s favorite bar to watch March Madness.

Boise favorites Taphouse and Ram Restaurant and Brewery battle it out in the top half of the group while The Lift picked up a big Sweet 16 win to set up a clash against Hyde Park Pub & Grill.

Scroll down to vote on all four Elite Eight clashes, but before you do, also check out the 32 sports bars that featured in our bracket on the interactive map below.

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This story was originally published March 19, 2022 04:00.

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