1. Drift
Shady Acres

Warning: this patio bar is known to get packed, but on Game Day, that just means its buzzing with energy. Secure a seat in view of the massive 200-plus-inch TVs, or one of the 50 flatscreens stacked throughout the bar, and cheer on your team fueled by palomas, painkillers, and whatever delicious eats are up for grabs from the weekly rotating food trucks.
How to book: Stop by for first come, first served seating.

2. Highline Park

This upscale sports pub sits over in the mixed-use M-K-T development, which is right off the Heights Hike & Bike trail. So you could technically ride your bike there before you carbo load on stuff like Fajita Fries, Short Rib Grilled Cheese, and Game Day’s favorite companion—buckets of beer.
How to book: Stop by for first come, first served seating.

3. Patterson Park Patio Bar

Just because you’ll be staring at a television screen for the next several hours doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the great outdoors. That’s why you’ll head to this sports loving indoor-outdoor patio bar on the bayou. The multi-level treehouse gives major Swiss Family Robinson vibes, but like, a cooler version with cold beer, cocktails on tap, rotating food trucks, swing seats, and flatscreens all over the place.
How to book: Stop by for first come, first served seating.

4. Plucker’s Wing Bar
Various locations

If you’re in it for the wings, this cult favorite wing-slinging sports bar is where you want to be. You can get them in increments from five to 100 pieces, all smothered (or dry-rubbed) in sauces from the garlic lover’s Vampire Killer and mildly spicy Baker’s Gold to the flaming hot Fire in the Hole. You’ll have to show up early on game days if you want a table without a wait, or try snagging one of the highly coveted seats at the flatscreen covered bar.
How to book: Join the Waitlist.

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