Before sports bars, the only place to view eight games simultaneously was inside the brain of a spider. Achieve octovision with today's deal: for $12, you get $25 worth of pub fare and drinks at South End Sports Bar & Grille on Glendale Avenue.
South End Sports Bar & Grille serves up traditional bar fare and drinks in a lively, casual atmosphere. Pennant-wearing patrons can chew on South End's original deep-fried chicken balls ($6.99) or a 'shroom burger smothered in swiss cheese ($6.99). Fifteen high-definition TVs blaze at 42" each, tuned in to a variety of sports games, game sports, and gorts spames, soothing stomachs for an intake of thin-crust pizza (starting at $5.99), Coney-style hot dogs ($2.75 each), a Philly cheesesteak sandwich ($7.99) or the house steak ($12.99). Relax on the outdoor patio with pints and a stack of 50 wings ($29.99), ideal for sharing with friends, family, or Mother Nature, all of who love wings. Cornhole boards are available for free play; snack on deep-fried mini corndogs ($4.99) while tossing sacks or before trying your thumbs at video games. A combination of live DJ music and baskets of deep-fried cheesecake wedges ($3.99) inspire a slew of lactose-rich Lambadas.
South End Grille
South End Grille’s chefs hand cut white-chicken tenderloins into specialty chicken balls. They may be covered in a Hawaiian glaze and smothered in melted cheddar cheese, among nine styles. The grill's handhelds include nacho-cheese-blanketed burgers and pizzas topped with mashed potatoes, sour cream, and bacon. Chefs also mix up a dozen signature sauces to slather atop their popular breaded and fried chicken wings. And on Friday nights, patrons can relax on the outdoor patio while being entertained by live musicians.