Where can i go to watch a game in dallas?

Get your friends together and go to one of Dallas's favorite sports bars, Owners Box at the Omni. Watch the games in style at the Owners Box, a sports bar inside the Omni Dallas Hotel in the city center. Located in the Knox-Henderson neighborhood, this upscale gastropub not only offers a solid menu of food and drink, but it's also a great place to watch a game. Expect to find 19 large HD screens that broadcast non-stop sporting action both indoors and outdoors, in a huge dog-friendly courtyard.

Dining options include everything from tacos to gourmet burgers, artisanal pizzas and braised ribs. Drinks range from wine, beer and craft cocktails to a wide range of Scottish and American whiskeys. And if that's not enough to entertain you, there are also pool tables, jenga and hole corn. We think that American football is also a really nice game, so why don't you set up a picnic table at ArtPark at Trinity Groves to enjoy your favorite game? Here, the 30 outdoor televisions installed for sports nights offer a truly unique soccer experience, and the delicacies prepared by some of the best chefs in Dallas will leave you wanting more.

The local atmosphere is strong at Avenue Sports Grill in Lower Greenville. So what better place to cheer on your hometown team on Saturdays and Sundays? Burgers are one of the most outstanding dishes at this place, which also has a brunch set that is quite strong for those who want it, and there are also many craft beers rotating on the faucets. For your unique soccer watching needs, we present Dahlia on Ross. The stylish bar that seats 35 people is the ideal place, and please, thank you for everything.

This place is for you if you prefer a good mimosa to accompany your game day with an old beer. The Dallas area didn't have enough Katy Trail Ice House, so they had to install another one in Plano, even though the Katy Trail itself stops far, far below its namesake Outpost. This typical West Plano dish has the best patio in the area, according to its website, and offers 28 beers on tap, a very good barbecue menu and great cocktails to go with watching football. The Stans Blue Note is a quintessential sports bar in Dallas, and although it was formerly known as Quite The Dive, it was renovated in recent years, establishing itself as a great place to watch any college or professional sports match.

Everyone loves a good sports bar, whether you're going to watch a game so you can shout with other people on the 20 TVs that surround you, or if you just love the atmosphere of a dive sports bar. Happiest Hour took sports bar watching to a whole new level when it first opened several years ago.