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SheriS Sep 24, 2009 09:31 AM

We will be staying at the Stay Bridge Suites Sunday evening. Looking for a nearby sports bar that is open for late NFL games. Someplace that has some decent munchies, but full dinner not necessary. Thanks.

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    Jason1 RE: SheriS Sep 24, 2009 09:56 AM

    The Green Turtle is probably your best option (that I can think of off hand).

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      chowmac RE: SheriS Sep 24, 2009 10:30 AM

      If you want some decent beer give Frisco's a try - several flat screens at the bar, mexican/pub fare

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        SheriS RE: chowmac Sep 24, 2009 11:26 AM

        I will check both of those out. Have been to Green Turtle(s) before, but not this one. Thanks.

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          chowmac RE: SheriS Sep 24, 2009 02:09 PM

          http://www.friscogrille.com/

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        HowChowBlog RE: SheriS Sep 25, 2009 04:19 AM

        Frisco Grille is an inspired suggestion. If you like craft beers, then it would be a great place to try -- although I would call them to make sure that they're open late on Sunday evenings. (I was going to suggest Eggspectation, but they close at 9 pm.) Frisco's Web site doesn't seem to list hours. http://www.friscogrille.com/index.php

        If you're at the Stay Bridge up near Rte 100, you might see if Victoria Gastropub shows the games in the bar. Not a sports bar, but they have great food and cater to a late-night crowd. I can't picture the bar in enough detail to remember if they have televisions.

        More like the Green Turtle are T-Bonz Grille in Ellicott City and Looney's in Fulton (Maple Lawn). They're both places for munches and a full menu, although I don't think the food is that different from the Green Turtle. Looney's is a scene on NFl weekends with dozens of televisions: http://www.tbonzgrille.com/ and http://www.looneyspubmd.com/columbia_...

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          SheriS RE: HowChowBlog Sep 25, 2009 05:01 AM

          Thanks so much.

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          pseto RE: SheriS Sep 25, 2009 08:24 AM

          PubDog off Dobbin Rd and Champps at Columbia Mall are great places to hang out

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            cb1 RE: SheriS Sep 25, 2009 11:26 AM

            You can watch the games over some crabs at Gunnings.

            http://www.gunningsonline.com/

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              flavrmeistr RE: cb1 Sep 28, 2009 07:31 AM

              The kitchen usually closes around 9 at Gunnings, but they'll keep the bar open for NFL games.

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              dzoey RE: SheriS Sep 25, 2009 07:37 PM

              It's a chain, but there's a Champps by Columbia Mall. Lots of screens, decent food.

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                SheriS RE: dzoey Sep 28, 2009 06:28 AM

                Ended up at T-Bonz. Was fine for what we wanted. Most their appetizers were half price. The Old Bay wings were really good. Had lots of TVs and good atmosphere.

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