Fit for a Football Feast

Where to watch the game with the best bites.

TM Studio

September 2022

As much fun as it is to watch Texas’s favorite pastime live, there are plenty of great spots to take in a game in the comfort of fi ne hospitality. Sometimes it’s even more fun to watch in high definition with a killer cocktail accompanied by some delicious dishes. Next time you can’t get tickets to the big game, watch the action at these great spots across Midway’s Districts.

You can almost hear the gameday crowd from Century Square’s Mo’s Irish Pub, but you’d be hard pressed to fi nd scratch-made, inventive Irish American fare at Kyle Field. On the weekends you can also fi nd live music.

In Fall of 2022, Tom’s Watch Bar will open their first Houston location at GreenStreet. The ultimate gameday destination, its huge main event screen can be seen all across the bar, and its hundreds of other screens make sure you won’t miss a sporting event anywhere in the world.

With more than 100 beers on tap, a full kitchen, and both weekday and late-night weekend happy hours, Yard House at CITYCENTRE is the perfect spot to watch the Texans, the Astros, or your team of choice.

The only thing more Texas than football is beef, and the two pair together fantastically at Hopdoddy Burger Bar at CITYCENTRE or Century Square. A Texas original, you won’t have burgers made with fresher ingredients anywhere.

Maybe you like watching the game at home, but your grilling skills aren’t quite up to big-league standards. Grab some to-go for your next gameday gathering at one of these great restaurants across the Districts.

Set up a Tex-Mex taco bar with catering from Cyclone Anaya’s at CITYCENTRE, Juanita’s Tex-Mex Cantina at Century Square, or Guadalajara del Centro at GreenStreet.

Sometimes it’s best to stick with the classics—everyone loves a little pizza while watching a game. Order in from Grimaldi’s at CITYCENTRE or let everyone pick their own customized personal pizza at Blaze Pizza at Century Square.

Don’t forget dessert with sweet treats from Tiff ’s Treats, SWEET, and Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams at CITYCENTRE or let the kids go wild at Hey Sugar in Century Square.

If it’s a gameday down in College Station, make a reservation to treat your whole crew to a fancy dinner after a victory at PORTERS Dining + Butcher, one of the fi nest steakhouses Texas has to offer.

When the Saturday games are over, you might need to refuel on Sunday morning. Try some crepes from Sweet Paris or a chicken and waffle with signature Maple Aioli from Mess Waffles.