GETTING OUT: Where to Watch the Game
Thursday, September 13, 2012
Perfect Game Sports Grill and Lounge
64 Water Street
The name kind of says it all, doesn't it? Perfect Game is the ideal sports bar with a ton of open space, a traditional wood bar, sports memorabilia everywhere, and 14 different HD TVs. The TVs surround the place, so there isn't a bad seat in the house.
315 Grove Street
Known as a great pool hall with tons of games like air hockey as well, but Jillian's is also an excellent spot to catch a game. With plasma screens and projectors, along with occasional live music, there will be something for everyone to do… Even if you dragged them out to watch the game.
Funky Murphy's Bar and Grill
305 Shrewsbury Street
Funky Murphy's takes the idea of an Irish Pub and transforms it. Obviously great beer and food will bring you in, but with nine different 60-inch plasma screens, you'll want to stay for every game. The two giant HD projectors always have the biggest games on, so you won't miss any of the plays everyone will be talking about Monday.
The Banner Bar and Brille
112 Green St.
The Banner Bar's Horseshoe bar headlines this friendly sports spot. With a bevy of different specials and traditional pub fare, there is something for every food taste. And, with nine different plasma TVs, there is something for every football taste.
- GETTING OUT: Food Truck Festival Comes to Elm Park
- GETTING OUT: Fun with Your Pet
- GETTING OUT: Great Outdoor Dining Spots
- GETTING OUT: Live Music in Worcester
- GETTING OUT: Manly activities to do this weekend
- GETTING OUT: Worcester Restaurant Week
- GETTING OUT: The Best Hibachi Spots in Central Mass
- GETTING OUT: 8 Best French Fries in Worcester
- GETTING OUT: Trick Your Kid Into Learning in Central Mass
- GETTING OUT: Drinks Outside for the End of Summer