Comments 18 1of18Robert Fisk, left, a diehard Vikings fan originally from Minnesota, and his wife Carrol, a newly converted fan, watch a Minnesota Vikings preseason game with other fans at Rod Dog's Saloon. During the season, crowds in excess of will descend upon the bar for game-watch parties. Korynta was there with other Vikings fans gather to watch a preseason football game against Buffalo. Many San Antonio residents took on the team as their own, and in turn, has created a large fan base that continues today.
Best places to watch football F ootball fans might not think that Scripps Ranch is a hotbed of pigskin viewing activity when it comes to grabbing your friends and heading out to watch the games.
But there are a few places right here where you can order a snack, drink a few cold ones, catch some games and jaw with your buddies.
Here are some of the local establishments that host football fans, and some of these have specials. This special is good from open to close on these days.
Games are on Direct TV. Some of the regulars who use this place as their hangout include a group of Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans and another group of New Orleans Saints fans.
Bruski Burgers and Brew doesn't normally offer pitchers of beer, but on Sundays it does. Pitchers of Coors Light are available all day on football Sundays.
In addition, Bruski offers breakfast on Sunday mornings for the hungry football enthusiast. Bruski Burgers and Brew is located at Hibert St.
Little Italy Bar and Grill draws its share of football fans and offers some specials on drinks and munchies. It has happy hour on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a. Weekday happy hour is from 3 to 6 p. Mondays through Fridays.
The word is that this place attracts a small group of New England Patriots fans.
It also scores big because it's the nearby old reliable — near enough, that is. Applebee's has extended its happy hour times within its bar area for the entire football season, all the way through Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. Happy hour specials run 3 to 6 p.
Four different games can be shown at once and the selection is made by the guests in attendance.
The fans reportedly still make up mostly a Chargers crowd, and if the Bolts are playing, most of the TVs are on the Chargers game.