Do you have the overwhelming urge to yell out "U-S-A! U-S-A!?" Does watching the locker room speech from "Miracle" make you tear up with national pride? Are you looking for any excuse at all to wear your red, white and blue jorts with those incredibly stunning flag suspenders?
You're in luck. We've got you covered.
We've put together some of the best places in Minneapolis to watch the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. These restaurants will be showing the games on their wide array of TVs, offering more drink and food specials than you could shake a bobsled at (NOTE: We do not condone shaking a bobsled at anything. They're heavy and could result in some sort of weird injury). So check out these great places to cheer on your favorite nation during the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
Follow our 19 Minnesota Winter Olympians try to win a gold in the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
Biathlon: Leif Nordgren
Curling: Jeff Isaacson, John Landsteiner, Allison Pottinger, John Shuster, Jared Zezel
Ice hockey: David Backes, Justin Faulk, Paul Martin, Gigi Marvin, Ryan McDonagh, T.J. Oshie, Zach Parise, Anne Schleper, Lee Stecklein, Derek Stepan, Blake Wheeler
Skiing, cross-country: Jessie Diggins
Speedskating, long track: Anna Ringsred
PLACES TO WATCH
The News Room
Specials: Showing the Olympics on all 30 of their HD TVs with Happy Hour (3:30-6:30pm) specials of $5 appetizers, $4 Wine of the Day, $4 draft beer and all rail liquors.