Denver offers many mouthwatering opportunities to grab a bite to eat while waiting for the big game to start. Everything from conveniently located restaurants to sports bars and brew pubs to dining inside Coors Field is available for sports fans looking for a place to eat.
Jon Wallach had that very bad experience Thursday night at a sports bar while trying to watch the Bruins and NCAA basketball games, leading Toucher & Rich on a new campaign.
Besides plenty of TVs, these sports bars offer food, drinks, music and fun.
The Patriots are the hottest ticket in town. If you can’t get to the game, here are several bars — both in and out of the city — where you can watch the game instead.
Here are some great places to visit in the Boston area to enjoy 2013’s college basketball tournament.
If you bleed red, navy and white during baseball season, there plenty of places around Boston where you can throw back a few drinks and watch the game with fellow baseball fans. Here are Boston’s best baseball bars.
Here is a guide to seeing your favorite teams & players all year round “on the big screen.”
You don’t have to trek your way to the Garden or Fenway in order to experience a great place to catch the game.
Jaime Ganson explains why the best place to watch the Bruins games or to grab a beer or a few before heading to the Garden is The Four’s on Canal Street.
Sure, wings, beer, and sports at home are a fine way for guys to spend an evening, but everybody likes a good night out on the town. Here are a few ideas.