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The Beale on Broadway home to live blues, soul and R&B seven nights a week 'til 3am.
Downtown sports bar Jack Patrick's offers fans a place to go before, during or after the game, especially for those staying up until 3 a.m. It's primarily a sports bar, but the crowd ranges from the sweaty post-Cards hordes to collegiate hipsters. You'll find friendly local musicians behind the bar who know the meaning of a sympathetic pour. With potato skins, chicken strips, salads, burgers, pizza and the "Jack Patrick's slinger" -- fried potatoes topped with a burger, chili, cheese and crisp onion strings -- the menu features game-day grub. Diners order at a window by the bar and then choose a seat in the large dining area or pass the time shooting pool or playing shuffleboard.
If you count down the days until St. Patty's Day, Maggie O'Brien's is the place for you. The Irish-themed restaurant, which opened downtown in 1979, serves up traditional pub grub, including T-ravs, wings, burgers and sandwiches and St. Louis-style ribs, with Irish fare such as corned beef and cabbage, fish and chips and Irish beef stew. Diners can stick around and watch the game at Maggie's or stop by after: The bar stays open until 3 a.m.
While you may not be able to place your bets at the Over/Under, its 37 TVs definitely make it easy to follow all your picks. Located in the historic Lammert Building, the bar and grill's high ceilings, concrete floor, large windows and exposed ceiling match the look and feel of its Washington Avenue neighborhood. In addition to wall-to-wall sports coverage, including dual private screens in each booth, the Over/Under also offers standard pub fare with a hint of not-so-standard classiness. Their fries are waffle cut and come with a Gorgonzola cream sauce. And while the nachos come with the expected beef-and-nacho-cheese combo, expect flower tortillas, chorizo and an avocado crema on your plate as well. For those in the mood for a burger to go with the game, diners can choose between a half-pound of Angus beef or a trio of American Kobe sliders. The upper-deck level is home-sweet-home cozy; there's also a beautiful outdoor patio for those who want to dine al fresco. Drinks aren't sports-bar cheap, but then again, you're in the Audi of sports bars.
A newcomer to Washington Avenue in 2010, the Pour House welcomes sports fans and gamers alike at its corner spot. TVs adorn each wall, so nobody misses out on the action. The bar also plays host to trivia nights and has a dart board, shuffle board, Golden Tee, Big Buck Hunter and board games. The menu highlights pub grub, with sandwiches, including a "pour boy" (Get it?), hot dogs and fingers foods such as wings and mozzarella sticks but also features a "south of the border" section with items such as a chicken quesadilla. The Pour House also offers daily specials.
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