Side Pockets is the perfect place for those who can only digest food while watching sports on the tube. The growing franchise boasts 16,000 square feet of space with multiple big-screen TVs, darts, tri-weekly poker, and a menu that's full of finger food for fingers stained blue with pool-cue chalk. Tiptoe these "hand-cues" to the toasty corners of toasted ravioli (stuffed with spicy beef, $6.99) or to the edge of a half-pound mushroom Swiss burger ($7.99). A hearty Reuben ($7.99) will improve your ability to second-guess the referees on the TVs, as will a chicken Caesar wrap ($8.29) or country-fried steak (with home-style mash, $9.29). And from Side Pockets' taps flow standards such as Miller Lite, Bud Light, and Boulevard Wheat, though you can also pop open a bottle of Blue Moon and many other domestic and imported beers.