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Where to Watch the Texans Game on Sunday

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Among all the red letter days in Texas history, Houston making it to the Super Bowl would be up there next to independence as a nation. But first, the Texans have to beat the Ravens and you need a place to cheer the team to victory. Here are some standout sports bars offering game day specials.

Texans Grille at CityCentre — There may be no more appropriate place to watch the game than this flashy new space dedicated to all things Houston Texans, but the restaurant will be packed with fans hours in advance. Line up early for a seat.

Lucky's Pub — Two parking lot parties begin at 10am, complete with projection screens and tents, drink specials and a DJ.

Christian's Tailgate — There are 50 flatscreen televisions inside of the Heights location, so there isn't a spot in the bar you won't be able to see the game from at the watch party on Sunday. There's also some beautiful symmetry to eating one the city's favorite burgers while watching the Bulls on Parade.

Sawyer Park — The party is spilling out into the parking lot (where will the valet go?) starting at 7am on Sunday. Expect a BBQ pit, beer tubs and picnic tables.

Bar Munich — Make table reservations to avoid any unpleasant clusters and take advantage of 50% off craft beer and $3 beermosas at this Midtown sports bar.

360 Sports Lounge — If watching football makes you hungry, then this upscale Washington sports bar is the place to eat wings and mac n' cheese with loyal Texans fans. Look for deals on domestic drafts.

BlackFinn American Grille — Drag your non-football fan friends to this new Midtown restaurant for brunch, which begins at 10am. The dining room has a gigantic television and a build-your-own Bloody Mary bar.

Bar Munich

2616 Louisiana Street, Houston, TX 77006 713 523 1008

Sawyer Park Sports Bar

2412 Washington Avenue, Houston, TX 77007 713 398 8442 Visit Website

Lucky's Pub

801 Saint Emanuel Street, , TX 77003 (713) 522-2010 Visit Website

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