My criteria for any sporting event viewing are as follows:
- Wall-mounted TVs
- Delicious food
- Plenty to drink (must stay hydrated)
- Social atmosphere
With that in mind, on Sunday I will be at one of the following three locations:
1. Fleming’s – a personal must-do for any celebration, Fleming’s is doing Sunday right with a three-course prime rib dinner for only $29.95! Also featured in their bar: the ever popular 5 for 6 ‘til 7 happy hour---wait for it---ALL NIGHT! What goes better with football than happy hour(s) and perfectly cooked meat?
2. Lee Roy Selmon’s – get to Lee Roy Selmon’s early on gameday to stake your claim in front of the giant center TV, because they are going all out again this year with their $63 All-Access Pass, which affords you UNLIMITED food and drinks from their Super Spread Menu (which includes some world-class barbecue).
3. Mattison’s City Grille - offering large-screen TVs, prizes and a complimentary pre-game buffet with happy hour starting at 3 p.m. Full menus will be available with dinner as well as "Patriot Punch" and "Giant’s Juice". Chef Paul Mattison gives a complimentary Mattison’s Culinary Club Card or 100 points to those guests wearing the winning team’s colors.