If you’re familiar with sports bars, then you know there are some things that you have to keep in mind when visiting one. Sports bars are a ton of fun and offer a variety of services for you to take advantage of. In order to maximize your sports bar experience, it is necessary to do some research and apply some changes to your bar habits.
Look at Happy Hour Specials
First, visit your local sports bar during its happy hours. Drinking is fun, but boy does it add up. Look up happy hour times for sports bars near you or simply give them a call and ask. Our daily Happy Hour Special is from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. and includes free billiards with an alcohol purchase. Not only does happy hour boost your experience by providing deals that you wouldn’t have otherwise gotten, but it gives you an excuse to be drunk during the day and earlier in the night, which helps with hangovers.
In addition to taking advantage of the happy hour drinking deals, consider nightly specials that your sports bar might be hosting. Nightly specials can include other drinks deals, but also gives discounts on certain events or activities going on that night. On Wednesday, we offer free pool with purchase of an alcoholic drink and on Sunday we offer free darts!
Grab Some Pals
You can go to a bar by yourself – there’s nothing wrong with it. It’s better, however, to drink with friends and celebrate your favorite sports team with fellow fans. When attending a sports bar, grab at least one other pal that you can count on to bring a good time. You don’t want to be cheering on your own and taking shots by yourself, so drag one of your best buds out of the house and force them to get rowdy with you. With this being said, however, too many friends can make your experience chaotic. Limit the number of friends you bring with you to three for a total of four. This way, everyone has someone to talk to and people can split up to play pool or darts or just watch the game. If all your friends are busy then make friends with the people around you. When there’s alcohol and sports involved, everyone is your best friend. Drinking provides the best mutual ground, so if you find yourself alone at a bar, look to your left or right and introduce yourself.
Grab Some Grub
Finally, go to a sports bar hungry and ready to eat some finger food. For an idea of the kind of food we sell at BackStage Billiards, you can look at our menu. Common bar food can include pizza, fries, onion rings, and chicken wings, which all have the potential of making things a little messy. To avoid the mess, you can always try using a fork and a knife to cut your pizza or chicken wings. If that’s not your style, then just dig in. We’re not going to tell you how to eat, but we do want you to eat like you mean it. Don’t worry about the wing sauce getting on your face, just save it for later.
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