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This sports bar in the former Spasso's space at Hall Street isn't content to stay within the boundaries of the athletics-and-suds-joint mold, although you wouldn't know it from the gargantuan portions of the kitchen's offerings, which a national newspaper called "a menu on steroids." The 30 HD plasma TVs, among them a pair of 10-foot HD-TV projection screens and a 42-inch HD plasma TV on each of the two patios, offering everything from B-ball to UFC matches enforce the sports-bar stereotype. What separates Frankie's from other bars in town is the menu. The raw bar, with its yellow fin tuna sashimi and oysters on the half shell, is one example. Other off-kilter (for a sports bar) items are the "Cardinals" Sriracha chicken wings -- the menu is packed with athletic witticisms -- and Kobe Bryant Best Damn Chicken Salad sliders.
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Frankie's Sports Bar and Grill is a typical picture-tube-studded suds dispenser with a pool table, a smattering of video games, a few gruff bartenders, and a rec-room-like atmosphere with a sunken dining area. What isn't so typical about this... More »
Things evolve. Well, everywhere outside of Kansas and a few pockets in the Deep South, things evolve. Consider for a moment the evolution of sports bars. Once a neighborhood dive with peanut shells, disturbing stains, unknown dark corners, and a... More »
Great place to watch a game or grab a bucket of beer on Saturday afternoon. Brunch specials 11-3 on weekends with $3 tequila sunrises, $2 mimosas, and a build your own bloody mary bar. sign up for their email list--free drink specials all the time.
Take it from someone who has shot 21-under on Buckhorn: This is the best place in town to Tee it up. (For those who don't know, Golden Tee is the No. 1 bar game in the country; it's that arcade golf game with the big round ball you see guys smashing as hard as their beer-addled brains will allow.) Granted, some sports bars have more GT machines, but Golden Tee isn't about high numbers. It's about lowest score, best environment and assorted other criteria we just made up. The three GT... More »
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