The Madness has begun. You’ve already sweated over making your bracket, why sweat over where you’re going to watch the Madness play out. If you’re in search of the maddest sports bar in Dallas to see how your bracket unfolds, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve made a list of the best places in the Metroplex to watch March Madness.
If you want the exciting feeling of being in the stadium and eat your ahi Tuna at the same time, go to Frankie’s. Just like sitting in a box seat, Frankie’s treats you like an MVP. With no booths -- and being able to accommodate large groups -- Frankie’s not only feels like being in the crowd at the stadium but more like a box seat owner when you can order more than just the average chicken wings from the menu. Each location of Frankie's (in Uptown or Lewisville) has a couple 10 to 12 ft screens, 35 to 40 flat screens, and wireless channel receivers so you can hear your specific game right at your table. Basically every seat is a box seat in Frankie’s.
Visit Frankie’s in Lewisville at 2516 S. Stemmons Frwy and contact them at (214) 488-1100.
The Frankie’s in Uptown is located on 3227 McKinney Dallas, TX 75204. Give them a call at (214) 999-8932.
Daily Drink Specials:
Happy Hour is from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Monday: $1 Off All Drinks, $3 Special-tini’s All Day
Tuesdays: $1 Off All Drinks, $2.50 Domestic Drafts All Day, FREE PIZZA 5 p.m to 10 p.m.
Wednesdays: $1 Off All Drinks, $3.00 Well Drinks All Day
Thursdays: $1 Off All Drinks, $3 Margaritas-Frozen or On-The-Rox All Day
Fridays: $1 Off All Drinks
Saturdays & Sundays: Brunch, $2 Mimosas, $3 Tequila Sunrises and Build-Your-Own Bloody Mary Bar 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
$18 Buckets—ALL DAY, EVERY DAY! Mix or match 6 of your favorites: Bud, Bud Light, Coors Light and Miller Lite
If you want the feeling that you are watching the game within the stadium, Bobby V’s is your place. With over 50 high definition plasma TVs surrounded by one of the largest sports memorabilia collections in the Metroplex, true sports fans will definitely feel right at home. No wonder Bobby V’s was named one of the ten best sports bars in the country by ESPN.
You can find the sports arena at 4301 S. Bowen in South Arlington and contact them at 817-467-9922.
With five different locations offering over 30 HDTV flat screens each, excellent watching from every seat in the house, and their signature circular booths, watching the Madness unfold at Humperdink's might just be better than being at the actual game. This amphitheatre also offers a 10 foot super screen (HD) in each location. For the best seat in the house from every angle, you can visit Humperdink's in Addison, Arlington, Dallas NW Hwy, Dallas Greenville, or Richardson.
Humperdink's brews their own award-winning beer on the premisis. They offer Texas Blonde, their house beer, and about eight to 10 brews per location, along with a wide variety of Hefewiezen, Amber, Porter, Ipa and seasonals.
Happy hour is from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. with beer and $1.99 pints, plus bloody mary's, margaritas & teas for $4.99 everyday. Get ready for their variety of shot specials at $2.99 all day and night for the tournament.
With it’s four 100' all high definition projection screens and additional 24 flat screen monitors, waitresses in costumes, and fan clubs, Wizard's is the place to throw a March Madness party. Wizard’s Sky Boxes are the perfect solution to your party planning needs. Accommodating up to 50 people, you have your choice of menu, and personal billiards. In their 20 years of experience Wizards Sports Cafe has been voted best sports bar by AOL, best Chicken Fried Steak by Dallas Observer, and Best Billiard Room by Billiard Digest magazine -- just to name a few.
You can find Wizards at 747 S. Central Expressway, Richardson, Texas 75080 and you can call them at 972-235-0371.
Daily Drink Specials
Sunday: $2 MGD 64 Draft
Monday and Tuesday: $2 Domestic Drafts and $3 Wells
Wednesday: $2 Domestic Drafts and $3 Wells with Tuaca & Jager
Thursday: Gentlemen Jack $6 or $5 Wild Turkey & American Honey
If nothing is better to you than sipping a fine brewsky and watching your bracket dominate the tournament, then Press Box Grill is your place to be. Not only do they have 17 Plasma TV’s but 36 beers on draught & over 38 bottled beers from around the country. To go with your cold favorite beer and favorite team, Press Box has a large menu which was voted Downtown Dallas’ Best Bar Food.
You can find the master brewery in the historic Wilson Building built in 1903 at 1680 Elm St. Dallas, TX or you can call them at 214-747-8226.
Daily Drink Specials
Sunday: $1 Pint Night from 7- 11 p.m.
Wednesday: $1 off all draft beer.
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