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Best Places For Families To Watch The Game In Sacramento

July 25, 2014 4:00 AM

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Finding a place to enjoy the current sporting event where you can take the family is not an easy feat. Whether it is the Belmont, the Giants or the Kings, when your blood is pumping to see your team win, you do not want to see the game on an 18-inch monitor. Here you will find a list of places that take your enjoyment to heart. Offering a variety of food and atmosphere, you will find a place to watch your latest sporting game with the family on this list.
The Coconut Grove Sports Bar and Grill
106 J St.
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 441-4222
www.da-coconutgrove.com

The Coconut Grove Sports Bar and Grill offers a variety of food, such as burgers, seafood, Cajun catfish or steak for your enjoyment as you watch your favorite sporting event. During football season, it has a Monday Night Football specials as well. Bring the family out to catch all of the action at The Coconut Grove.

Firestone Public House
1132 16th St.
Sacramento, CA 95811
(916) 446-0888
www.firestonepublichouse.com

The Firestone Public House has an event page on its website showing the upcoming sporting events. On the corner of 16th and L in downtown Sacramento, it has 22 flat screens, a marvelous sound system and two patios. This is a great place for viewing your favorite sporting event. Firestone features 60 beers on tap, and an “American-inspired” creative menu. Additionally, it offers gift cards, which would be a great gift for the sports enthusiast who has everything. The appetizer menu will make your mouth water. Items include pulled pork quesadilla, banh mi sliders, a giant Bavarian pretzel, pigs in a blanket, soft shell crab tacos and fish n chips – beer battered of course. Everyone in the family can find something to eat at Firestone.

Field House Sports Pub
1310 Fulton Ave.
Sacramento, CA 95825
(916) 487-1045
www.fieldhousesac.com

The Field House Sports Pub boasts of 13 TVs for you to enjoy your favorite game with the family. It also features 14 taps, rotating porters, ales and stouts, along with bitter, brown and mild. Its menu has enticing features such as the mixed grill skewers that have shrimp, chicken and veggies with a walnut pesto, chili lime sauce and a whiskey glaze. On the other hand, for the bacon lover, you could try the baconator slider which has 50-percent ground beef, 50-percent ground bacon patties, sliced bacon, cheese sauce, Russian mayo and pickles. Check out the other menu items online.

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Riverside Clubhouse 
2633 Riverside Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95818
(916) 448-9988
www.riversideclubhouse.com

The Riverside Clubhouse, located in Old Land Park, has a relaxed atmosphere by its 30-foot wall of water or next to its three-tier fireplace on the patio. It boasts of three 50-inch Plasma TVs for you to enjoy your favorite sports event. It also has cozy seating by the “Burning Crystal” fireplace inside of the lounge. Riverside offers an interesting bar menu, which includes crispy calamari, Korean chicken tacos, Philly steak sliders and a turkey tostada. You might also want to check out the deviled eggs, which are made with Dungeness crab and chipotle aioli.

River City Brewing Co.
545 Downtown Plaza, Suite 1115
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 447-2739
www.rivercitybrewing.net

If you enjoy a good beer while watching the game with your family, River City Brewing is for you. It offers award-winning beers using the best ingredients to achieve those prize-winning ribbons. It has a Facebook page where you can hear all about the various events it has throughout the year. Some of the events are King of Feasts, Raley Field Brewfest, Taste of Land Park and Grape Escape. See the website for more information.

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Deb Ling is a freelance writer covering all things Sacramento. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.
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