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The menu at Pinnacle Sports Grill is an inviting smorgasbord of 100 dishes, including Chicago-style fare, gyros, burgers, salads and wings. Choose from 15 beers on tap and 29 bottled beers, ranging from pilsners to IPAs. For your main course, select the infamous finger steaks, a hearty heaping of battered top-sirloin steaks cozied up next to a mound of curly fries and served with a kickin' cocktail dipping sauce ($9.99). The bacon-infused Kobe-beef meatloaf arrives with garlic mashed red potatoes and fresh vegetables ($10.99), and the mahi-mahi fish tacos are a south-of-the-border seafood delight served with mexican rice and black beans ($10.99). Pinnacle Sports Grill is a football fan's mecca, featuring huge high-definition TVs and all professional sports packages except the oft-ostentatious cardboard-sword-dueling league.
Pinnacle Sports Grill
When you walk into Pinnacle Sports Grill, there’s a good chance your eyes will jump right to the giant video cube looming above a central brick-island bar. It’s a standout in this flat-screen-filled temple of football, baseball, and basketball, a statement that sports should be taken just as seriously as food. Like the athletes onscreen, the gastropub’s menu covers a lot of ground—pork tenderloin sandwiches, brick-oven pizzas, guacamole-bacon burgers, ale-battered fish ‘n’ chips, Kobe meatloaf, and New York–style cheesecake. If you’re brave enough to try Wild Bill’s hot wings—the hottest available—be sure to have one of Pinnacle’s many craft beers or cocktails within easy reach. As guests make pilgrimages to Pinnacle, they rack up points on the restaurant's MVP frequent-diner card, with every dollar spent on food and drink getting them closer to free meals and a chance to learn the secret Pinnacle Sports Grill handshake.