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The Full Menu: Best Places to Watch Sports

The Full Menu: Best Places to Watch Sports

The Full Menu Banner - MHagertyMarch is a month of madness, of both the college basketball and St. Patrick’s Day varieties. It’s also a month when basketball and hockey teams make their push for the playoffs, while MLS gets rolling, and Major League Baseball commences with spring training. In other words, it’s a busy time for sports – and for sports bars.

On the latest installment of The Full Menu, food writers Eric Sandler of CultureMap Houston, Katharine Shilcutt of Houstonia Magazine and David Leftwich of Sugar and Rice Magazinetalk about their favorite places to eat, drink and watch sports.

Restaurants Mentioned in This Edition:
Nick’s Place
Griff’s
PJ’s
Lucky’s Pub
Pub Fiction
Christian’s Tailgate
Hay Merchant
Flying Saucer
Little Dipper
Bull & Bear
Richmond Arms
Texas Mesquite Grill
8th Wonder Brewery
The Boot
The Patio on Richmond (formerly Jackson’s Watering Hole)
Good Dog
Biggio’s
Springbok
Revelry on Richmond
McIntyre’s
Jake’s Sports Bar
Pinch Seafood
The Den
Little Woodrow’s
Beaver’s
Henderson Heights
Underdogs

About the Author

Michael Hagerty

Michael HagertyMichael Hagerty is the Senior Producer for Houston Matters. He has a degree in journalism from Abilene Christian University and has served as news director for NPR and PBS stations around Texas and The West, including: KUNR-FM in Reno, Nev.; KNPB-TV in Reno, Nev.; and KWBU-TV/FM in Waco, Texas. He got his start on the air as a college student hosting Morning Edition at KACU-FM in Abilene, Texas. A native of the Chicago area and an avid Cubs fan, Michael spent four seasons as the public address announcer for the Reno Aces, the Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks.View all posts by Michael Hagerty →