Tailgaters Sports Bar & Grill treats visitors with everything from good eats and cold drinks to free pool and TVs to watch the big game. Dig into pub food like quesadillas, buffalo wings, and nachos while enjoying bloody mary cocktails and cold beer. Patrons can watch pro and college football games, UFC matches, and anything else sport related from 55 TVs, or try their hand at a game of darts. Special events such as crawfish boils bring neighbors and new friends together over delicious food, while regular sessions of karaoke serenade patrons with rousing renditions of pop hits.
Though The Frisco Bar initially opened to provide the people of Frisco with a neighborhood hangout, the eatery is far from a typical bar. Sure, the menu is dotted with traditional bar food, such as burgers, pizza, and fish and chips, but these hearty meals also share page-space with more upscale feasts, including fish and tenderloin tacos, sweet-potato fries, and lumpia rolls packed with ground pork, carrots, and sprouts. To complement meals, bartenders pour glasses of cabernet, sauvignon blanc, and pinot grigio, and concoct nine unconventionally flavored martinis, from chocolate-covered raspberry to cinnamon apple pie. During their visit, patrons can sink into the eatery’s soft leather and velvet seating, play shuffleboard and darts, or test new pick-up lines on sports announcers broadcasted across the bar's collection 50-inch HD TVs.
Pool tables, 12 televisions, weekly poker nights, and a menu compiled of traditional Irish fare make this establishment a neighborhood institution. Start the evening with an order of Rover Nuts, breaded and fried orbs of mashed potatoes, onions, cheese, bacon bits, and jalapeños ($6 for six). A Rover Rueben piles sauerkraut, thousand-island dressing, melted swiss, and corned beef or turkey on marbled rye ($9), and the shepherd's pie tucks away seasoned ground beef and vegetables in a savory gravy-topped crust suitcase ($12). Though beverages are not included in this Groupon, Irish Rover also boasts 39 draft beers and additional bottled options.
CineStar Outdoor Movie Company turns backyards and parks into open-air cinemas, supplying high-quality, widescreen movie screens for events ranging from weddings to block parties. The staff does more than just drop off a big screen at each customer's desired location: from the moment a customer calls, they get to work planning the event, setting up the screens—which can be prepped for live feeds playing local sports, UFC matches, or other Pay Per View events—and providing optional accompaniments such as popcorn, glow sticks, and even beanbags or couches. To ensure every event is a success, they help customers with licensing, promoting, and scheduling, and will even talk to neighbors to prep them for the event and gently explain why Movie Godzilla shouldn’t be feared, but Real Godzilla should be.
Though a beautiful escape into nature, Hidden Cove Park is home to more than just a campground and trails. There, nestled in the forest, on the shores of Lake Lewisville, Captain Jack's Floating Bar & Grill brings a party to the marina every night. Frozen drinks and colorful cocktails fill glasses big enough to share. Guests can sit out on the patio and enjoy a hearty meal and frosty margarita as the sun sets over the water, or venture inside for the regular karaoke nights to sing their hearts out.