Catch the game and chow down on bar food at Otter's Den.
Just because you're out on the town doesn't mean you have to miss the game. TVs are on in the bar area to give you all the latest scores.
Pull your partner onto the dance floor — the bar provides more than enough room to twist the night away.
Decibels can approach upper limits at this bar, so it's best to leave quiet conversation for another time.
Those in a rush are better off dining here during the week, as the bar draws a crowd during the weekend.
Take your vehicle to dinner
nearby parking is plentiful and will not pose a problem for drivers looking to dine.
Otter's Den is good drinks, good food, good sports, and a great time.
So when you're in the mood for some tasty pub food, make your way over to Otter's Den.
If you have a hankering for something extra tasty, sample the menu at Marina's Marina Club Bar and Restaurant.
You'll find a wonderful selection of drinks from this restaurant's full bar to top off your meal.
Great food is best enjoyed comfortably, so Marina Club Bar and Restaurant encourages less-than-fancy attire.
Drivers will be surprised by the number of street parking spots available near Marina Club Bar and Restaurant.
Marina Club Bar and Restaurant may cost you a little bit more than some spots, but this deliciousness is fairly-priced (and well worth the few extra bucks).
Marina Club Bar and Restaurant is cash-only, so plan a trip to the ATM before heading over.
Swing by the restaurant at literally any hour — it's open 24 hours a day.
Grab some friends and head on over to Mortimer's Card Room for great pub grub.
Don't go thirsty during dinner! This restaurant also offers a splendid drink list featuring wine, beer, and more.
Fridays are for fun! Come check out the vibe at Mortimer's Card Room.
Those in a rush are better off dining here during the week, as the restaurant draws a crowd during the weekend.
Drivers will find parking not far from the restaurant.
Night owls and early risers alike will appreciate that the restaurant is open 24 hours a day.
Isn't it time to go to a pub that doesn't take their food lightly? Mortimer's Card Room makes tasty bites that maximize the meaning of indulgence.
For a mouthwatering collection of American classics, English Ales Brewery serves traditional, no-frills fare in the Marina district of Marina.
Don't be alone on gameday, come have a great drink and great fun.
Free wifi is on hand here as well.
Weekdays are busy at English Ales Brewery.
If you're strapped for time, take out food from English Ales Brewery.
With parking onsite, it's easier to get straight to our delicious food.
English Ales Brewery offers outdoor bike racks for cyclists.
The menu at English Ales Brewery is reasonably priced, with most items costing less than $30.
For the love of spectacle, you'll want to get to Spectordance, Marina's premiere theater.
Feeling hungry? Sit down for a bite to eat at this theater 's restaurant.
This theater welcomes kids, too, so you can feel good about bringing the whole family.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Home to household names like Pebble Beach and Spyglass Hill, the Monterey Bay area can rightfully claim a place among the world’s top golf regions. The 36-hole complex at Bayonet & Black Horse Golf Course hosted the 2012 PGA Professional National Championship and bolsters the coastal locale’s reputation for world-class links, boasting both a rich historic legacy—Jack Nicklaus, Johnny Miller, and Tom Watson have all graced the Bayonet course—and a recent redesign from famed course architect Gene Bates, which earned both courses a spot on _Golf Digest_’s Top 10 Course Remodels of 2009.
The older of the two courses, Bayonet Golf Course was originally sculpted through the cypress trees of the since-closed Fort Ord Military Base in 1954 by the Army's Commanding Officer General Robert McClure. Measuring in at 7,104 yards from the tips, the course still captures McClure’s original vision, with a classic, tree-lined layout and several dog-leg lefts the General cunningly installed to favor his left-handed fade off the tee. Gene Bates’ recent design contributions are apparent in the layout’s clusters of creative bunkering, reshaped greens, and areas where trees have been cleared to allow for greater views of the Monterey Peninsula.
Bates also made sweeping alterations to Black Horse Golf Course, changing the layout from its tree-lined, 1964 design into a more open counterpart to Bayonet’s cypress-, pine-, and oak-ensconced fairways. In addition, Bates carpeted the entire 7,024-yard course with new, smooth-rolling bent grass, while revamping the irrigation to provide for more meticulous playing conditions. The remodeling efforts afford many sweeping views that populate the course, but especially the one golfers’ encounter on the newly-added, 224-yard, par three 15th hole, where an elevated tee looks out onto a horizon dominated by the Pacific Ocean.