The NFL playoffs are here, and "The Big Game" is right around the corner. Whether your team is playing or not (dammit Tampa Bay Buccaneers) it's always nice to get out the house and watch some football. But before you do, check out these three local hotspots.

1. Taphouse
760 W Main St, Boise, ID
Downtown Boise

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Beer and football go together like Justin Bieber and Cotton Candy Machines. That's why the Taphouse ranks so high on our list. Located in the heart of downtown Boise Tap House boasts " the most draft beer taps in Boise, and giving our customers something new to try every time they come to Taphouse." With plenty of large flat screens mounted around the building, Taphouse is a spot you won't be disappointed watching your team compete.

2. Beef O'Brady's
1505 S Eagle Rd
Southeast Meridian

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Beef O' Brady's motto is "Good Food, Good Sports" and they come through in a BIG way on both. From "Award-Winning Wings," to Premium Blend Angus Burger and a plentiful tap beer selection Beef O' Brady's is sure to impress.

3. Twin Peaks
7751 W. Spectrum
Boise Spectrum

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More than "scenic views" Twin Peaks offers a some of the coldest tap beer in the Treasure Valley. Their website says: Here at Twin Peaks, we offer everything you crave and more. Hearty made-from-scratch comfort food, draft beer served at a teeth-chattering 29 degrees and all the best sports in town shown on high-definition flat screens. All of this is served by our friendly and attentive Twin Peaks Girls, offering their signature “Girl Next Door” charisma and playful personalities to ensure that your adventure starts at the Peaks.

These are my top three spots to watch the Big Game in Boise. Where are you planning on watching the game?