Good Sportsbar on the Workin' Side of Town?

Discussion in 'Texan Tailgate' started by skymike, Dec 16, 2011.

  1. skymike

    skymike Saints Fan

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    Hey yall. Your "favorite" Saints fan here. lol.

    I just moved out of the Galleria. (HOORAY!)
    And now I'm near Old River, (past Baytown) and looking for a good sportsbar, so I can
    watch my boys road games. (I know some of you might have fun sending
    me to "Bad Bad Leroy Brown's" in the baddest part of town-- haha.)

    Obviously, since Im not the home team, I'm going to need a place with
    NFL Sunday Ticket.

    I've been to one on Garth Road, and it was ok. I wouldnt mind going somewhere
    in the sticks like Dayton or Liberty, since I'm a country boy. Beaumont
    is actually an option, if you know some place there.

    The more I type this, the more Im thinking, "Why would these guys want to help me? So I can bring a bunch of yelling WhoDats into their place?"

    cant wait to see your responses.
     
  2. Craig.

    Craig. Nosebleeds

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    I know a place just outside Baton Rouge
     
  3. michaelm

    michaelm vox nihili

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    I can't recommend any particular place to you, but considering that there are quite a few Saints fans in the area, I'm sure their game will be shown in most bars simultaneously with the Texans game.

    I think you'd be able to watch it in virtually any sports bar that has multiple game showing.
    All of the other games with significance to the AFC playoff picture are being played at 3:00, and their aren't a lot of compelling games at noon, IMO.
     

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