by Sabra Girard - 70 Reviews - 40 List
There's nothing like a cold beer and saucy chicken wings at a sports bar in a crowd of craning necks catching the gridiron plays that everyone will be talking about the next day. What if the game's a dud? Wouldn't it be great to get at least a good meal out of the pigskin-watching experience? Check out these sport bars that offer quality favorites and a few unique cheer inducing nibbles. (Photo: Shutterstock/Don Bendickson)
Updated: October 29, 2009
This Frisco pub is a bit of a drive from Dallas but you don't have to pack a cooler for the trip. You can grub on some awesome Aussie fish and chips served with Aussie fries while watching your favorite rivalry on one of the 29 teles.
This sports bar smack in the middle of McKinney Avenue shows its neighborhood love and differentiates its flavors from standard bar menus. A friendly staff and17 screens to watch the game, plus mini burgers with sauteed mushrooms and smoked cheddar cheese keep the regulars amped and fed.
A staple on Beltline Road, this Addison bar has many regular sport fans and food aficionados. The bar is small and the TV screens few but the queso and chips happen to bring in a crowd regardless. And even the burliest football fan does a victory dance for the veggie burger.
Celeb athletes and fans unite in downtown Dallas for the food and sports fanfare here. Homemade fried pickle chips with wasabi ranch dressing and wings with your favorite spicy sauce get the juices flowing for a few good cheers or explicatives during the game.
This Henderson Avenue Urban hangout sports bar fare and a few silver screens. Instead of the usual gamut of game grub, nosh on ahi tuna nachos and chicken and waffles to line the belly for more booze. And custom-made cocktails like the Moscow Mule or a Pyramid Thunderhead brew are a nice change from usual sips.