The thrill, the agony. Host country Russia took on Saudi Arabia in Luzhniki Stadium, winning 5—0, at 6pm local time, which was 8am for us. Yep, you read that right. But fear not. The U.
Photo by Gary Singh Every sports bar has a story to tell, some through pints and pub grub, others through giant TVs and sound systems to knock socks off. We compiled this list of sports-sided watering holes to help keep fans connected to the action and each other.
While the games might not be going their way this season, the cheesesteaks stay on point. John St, San Jose Lots of meat.
They do pizza, and they do it well. But a small bar and TVs around the restaurant make this neighborhood eatery a great place to bring the family and enjoy a game. The burgers and pizza also hit the spot.
Parktown is a sweet spot to catch Sunday football while devouring a fiery menu of Indian-style pizzas—as well as traditional offerings—along with a robust list of suds. The sports lodge also has a reservable tailgate room equipped with a private bar. See the inch screen with a 4K projector.
In addition to solid Sunday football turnouts, the market also has played host to events put on by the Earthquakes and 49ers. The Garret More than a decade of good games and good eats.
The redesigned patio is also pretty sweet. Yard House Santana Row. San Jose As a bonus, the significant other can take a hike and go shopping instead of sighing and scrolling Instagram.