Enjoying sporting events at a pub rather than a stadium allows for better dining, wider draft selection, and a closer look at war-painted beer bellies. Catch a game in a shirts-on establishment with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of drinks and pub fare at Field House.
At Field House, guests guzzle gourmet pub fare, bubbling drafts, and sporting contests beamed from fifty separate plasma-screen TVs. Menu varieties satiate salivary glands with bread-bedded treasures such as the Maryland crab cake sandwich drizzled in old bay aioli and served beside kettle chips ($13). A cavalcade of specialty pizzas ($10–$13) indulges diners in the art of sharing, while the 12-ounce grilled new york strip steak ($23) is designed for solitary savoring by whoever can identify which borough its shape most resembles.
The commodious accommodations ensure ample arm stretching without intrusions from wayward ceilings or low orbiting satellites, while guests may alter their perspectives from the elevated floors of the loft. Large, round, cushy booths ensconce a group of friends for a day of game watching, or a group of strangers for a day of figuring out why they all received the same mysterious envelope. Fun events vary from trivia to bingo to sporting events so eyes and ears get their fill as well.