Ten Sports Grill is downtown's only true sports authority. We offer the full yearly sports package to watch on 10 big screens with state of the art surround sound. Our kitchen serves till 1am 7 days each week. Our wings are the best! We have something going on every night! Every Sunday open mic night for live music.
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Like the pumpjack from whence it gets its name, The Nodding Donkey Texas Sports Saloon exudes an air of industry and the feel of Texas. Corrugated metal siding lines awnings that shield garage-style glass doors and a red-brick patio as aromas of barbecue brisket and tex-mex tacos vie for dominance with the sound of the game. The game will win out—sixteen flat-screen TVs, including three that measure 83 inches across, display as many games as they can muster, creating a roaring backdrop for tailgate parties and feasts of classic Texas comfort food. Weekend brunch continues the Lone Star theme with reinventions of classic morning dishes such as brisket breakfast tacos and salsa-infused scrambled eggs.
Tucked behind a front patio and Ionic columns, the doors to St. John's Tavern open to a festive setting with 16 TVs and a menu full of burgers and wings. Servers haul chips and queso or chicken quesadillas from the kitchen, jump-starting taste buds without clamping electrodes to the tongue. For the main course, half-pound jalapeño burgers busy jaws with grilled onions, tomatoes, cilantro mayo, and pepper jack cheese stacked alongside steak fries, sweet-potato fries, or onion rings. Cooks wedge pulled pork shreds between a toasted sesame-seed bun and douse 10 wings with buffalo, garlic-parmesan, or spicy barbecue sauce to placate napkins begging for overtime.
Satisfying bellies for more than 20 years, Cretia's dishes up contemporary flavors through its balance of upscale bar bites and classic comfort fare. Snack on handmade dishes such as loaded fries smothered in cheddar, jalapeños, bacon, and sour cream ($8), or elegantly sup on P.E.I. mussels steamed in a jalapeño, white wine, garlic, and mushroom broth ($11). Fresh pastas, such as blackened trout linguine, happily swim within a lemon-crab beurre blanc ($13), and the 9-ounce ground-sirloin burger lounges under a pillowy homemade rosemary bun ($9). Italian accents come standard with the quattro formaggi flatbread pizza delicately dressed in olive oil and a charming quartet of asiago, fontina, parmesan, and ricotta ($9 for a 9", $15 for a 14").
Since 1977, The San Francisco Rose's neon flower has cut a bright profile in the dark night, serving as a beacon that attracts diners in search of laid-back pub grub and a place to watch big games or belt out weekend karaoke. Each day, the kitchen churns out burgers slathered in barbecue sauce and cheesy pizzas, complemented by shareable starters such as nachos and cheese fries or baskets of wings doused in one of five sauces. 30 flat-screen TVs stream HD broadcasts of NBA, MLB, NFL, and NCAA contests for viewing while at the bar, on the pet-friendly outdoor patio, or from across the street with binoculars. In addition to reasonably sized screens, the restaurant also fills its Thorn Room’s 10-foot screen with larger-than-life flickers emanating from an HD projector.