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Where to Watch Without a Ticket

Ranger fans can still catch all the World Series action at these local watering holes

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    406038 02: Supporters cheer during the opening match of the FIFA World Cup 2002 at a sports bar May 31, 2002 in Tokyo, Japan. France, the current world champions, were defeated by Senegal. (Photo by Koichi Kamoshida/Getty Images)

    No ticket to the Rangers game? No problem! We've found some hot spots to throw up your Claws and Antlers while throwing back some serious brews.

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    Dallas | Denton | CollinTarrant

    Special Events:
    Granada Theater
    Lower Greenville live music staple, Granada Theater, is showing game one of the World Series starting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 27. They're offering $3 wells, $4 domestics, and $5 imports during the special screening, plus deals on buckets of beer. Best of all, it's free to get in. You'll want to call ahead to get seat reservations.
    3524 Greenville Ave. | Dallas, TX | (214) 824-9933

    Vapiano
    The delicious pizza place in Mockingbird Station tells us they're showing the entire World Series run and offering some good deals to boot. Viewers will net $3 draft beers and buy one get one free pizza when you mention the offer.
    5319 E Mockingbird Ln | Dallas, TX 75206 | (214) 887-1557

    Dallas County
    Frankie’s Sports Bar
    An out of this world experience, Frankie’s offers above and beyond delicious cuisine, leather sofas and over thirty HDTV’s, there’s not a bad seat in the house. As an added bonus, every table contains wireless receivers to make sure avid sports fanatics don’t miss a minute of the game. Come early and stay late for Frankie’s $1 off all drinks, M-F 11 a.m- 7p.m.
    3227 McKinney Ave. | Dallas, TX 75204 | (214) 999-8932

    Ten Sports Grill
    Voted by Citysearch as the 2009 Audience Winner for Beer Selection/French Fries, Ten Sports Grill is one of the number one spots in D-town to watch Rangers games. Located at the corner of Main and Field, come watch the Rangers pulverize the Yankees over $3 domestic light beers.
    1302 Main St. | Dallas, TX 75202 | (214)-748-1010

    Lakewood’s 1st & 10
    Where everybody knows your name. A neighborhood fixture, Lakewood’s is back and better than ever. Voted D Magazine’s Best Sports Bar in Dallas, Lakewood re-opened in April 2009.  Come celebrate the Rangers wins with over thirty five different types of beers, and an assortment of specialty shots. 
    6465 E. Mockingbird Lane | Dallas, TX 75214 | (214) 826-0110

    Denton County
    Hooligans
    Watch the Rangers make history in an 1899 historic building in downtown Denton. Hooligan’s is set in a two-story building built in 1899. Come for the Hooligans Rangers specials: $1 shot specials for each run scored, $.50 cent hot dogs, and $10 domestic light buckets during each game.  As if your liver couldn’t handle anymore, Friday drink specials include $2.50 domestic long necks.
    104 N Locust St. | Denton TX 76201 | (940)-442-6950

    Dusty’s Bar and Grill
    Open 365 days a year, Dusty’s is the sure fire place to watch the Rangers this weekend.  In between innings, be sure to take advantage of their many amenities including poker, pool, video poker, touch-screen video games and darts.  This Friday take advantage of their specials; Car bombs 2 for $8, and $5.99 southwestern wraps, and Saturday $2.50 mimosas, and $5.50 ham melts.
    119 N. Elm St | Denton, TX 76201

    Pourhouse Sports Grill
    Pourhouse is a classy sports bar with a twist.  They offer delicious plentiful food portions that will leave you full for days.  A comfortable atmosphere, daily drink specials, and HDTV’s lining the main dining room and bar, this Denton eatery is the perfect place to watch baseball. Be sure to check out the media room which boasts an 110-inch TV/projector.
    3350 Unicorn Lake Boulevard | Denton, TX 76210 | (940) 484-7455

    Collin County
    McKinney Tavern
    Boasting 13 HDTV’s a good time is always guaranteed at this McKinney eatery.  Delicious food, friendly service, and subscription satellite channels make up the perfect trio to watch the Rangers advance to the World Series.  Come early for their extended happy hour from 3pm-8pm.
    4150 Eldorado Parkway | McKinney, TX 75070 | (972)-369-1441

    Wizards Sports Café
    Richardson’s game watching headquarters, Wizards has something for the entire family. While watching the Rangers sweep the Yankees this weekend, utilize your commercial breaks and time-outs with over 12,000 square feet of billiards, darts and satellite sports programming.   
    747 S. Central Expwy. | Richardson, TX 75080 | (972) 235-0371

    3rd Base Sports Bar and Grill
    Gather around the diamond-shaped bar this weekend to cheer on the Texas Rangers. 3rd Base Sports Bar provides first class service and entertainment.  With over 30 42-inch HD TV’s and 110-inch HD-projection TV’s, 3rd Base is the perfect place to catch every historic moment of the Rangers-Yankees series.  An added plus, is Happy Hour ALL DAY Friday, $1 off large drafts, $1.75 small drafts and $3 margarita and wells.
    2390 Parkwood Boulevard | Frisco, TX 75034 | (214)-618-4450

    Two Rows Classic Grill
    Two Rows in Allen was smart enough to follow us on Twitter (We're @dfwaroundtown, if you didn't know) and suggest heading out to see them to grab $1.50 handcafted pints, $0.50 wings, $5 bacon burgers, and other specials. Tell them we sent you.
    711 Central Expressway South | Allen, TX, 75013 | (972) 396-8670

    Tarrant  County
    Bobby V’s Sports Gallery  Café
    Voted by ESPN Sports Travel as the best place in North Texas to watch the Rangers, Bobby V’s is one of a kind.  Bobby V’s is the only place in the metroplex where you and your friends and family can dine in a boxing ring, while you take in the memorabilia adorns the walls of this warm and cozy eatery. Celebrate the Rangers game Friday night with Bobby V’s drink specials; bargain jagar bombs, tuaca bombs and Irish car bombs.
    4301 S Bown Rd. | Arlington, TX 76016 | (817)-467-9922

    Fox and Hound
    Did someone say beer and wings? Fox and Hound is the go-to destination in downtown Fort Worth this weekend to watch the Rangers. This weekend specials include Friday happy hour from 4pm-7pm and Saturday $4 Bud & Bud Light beers, $4 Absolut U-Call Its and $13 buckets of Bud and Bud Light.
    603 Houston St.| Fort Worth, TX 76102 | (817)-338-9200

    Rock Bottom
    Minutes away from TCU, Rock Bottom is the hippest sports bar in town.  With over 25 taps, drink specials and the infamous Polliwog and Frog Bomb, this is the ideal destination to watch the Rangers.  Come watch the games Friday for $4 Crown and Down, and Saturday for $1 PBR and $5 Bombs. 
    3468 Blue Bonnet Circle | Fort Worth, TX 76109 | (817)-923-7625