Texans love football! In The Woodlands there are many places where you can go to watch the big game. When it comes to Sunday football (or any game day) consider these top spots to visit on game day.


25 Waterway Avenue The Woodlands, TX 77380

At Baker St. Pub and Grill you can enjoy Happy Hour all day on Sunday. This means $3.25 well drinks, house wine for $4 and Bloody Marys all day for $3.25 each. Shareable menu items include picks like pork sliders, jumbo pub wings served with a variety of sauces, fish and chips and fried pickle chips to name a few. If you are there early enough, check out the brunch menu with .99 cent mimosas! For the game, you’ll find plenty of big-screen TVs to watch. Enjoy pool tables, Golden T golf and dartboards for game fun!



1900 Hughes Landing Blvd The Woodlands, TX 77381

Consider watching the big game on the patio by the water at Local Pour in Hughes Landing. The spacious outdoor area is relaxing and beautiful. For food, there are options to keep everyone happy. For plates to share, consider Fire Cracker Shrimp, Warm Pretzel bites with cheese fondue or bacon-wrapped shrimp. There’s also a complete menu with larger plate options like steaks, pasta and salads.


21 Waterway Avenue Suite #140 The Woodlands, TX 77381

The popular hangout spot The Goose’s Acre is located right along The Waterway and is the perfect spot to meet up with friends to watch the big game. If we are lucky, it will be a nice day and you can watch from the patio! Consider making game day a burger and fries day! Goose’s Acre has a great selection of handmade burgers with all the fixings. Stop in early for Sunday brunch or stay later for live music. Did you know the contents of The Goose’s Acre were once in an Ireland pub and were shipped to The Woodlands? It’s a cool story, check it out here.


9595 Six Pines Drive The Woodlands, TX 77380

From panko-crusted deviled eggs to bacon mac & cheese, Stadia Sports Grill has upped the game when it comes to football food. Of course, you can also find favorites like nachos, fried pickles, cheese sticks and potato skins. You’ll see the big-screen TVs at every turn around the grill and bar area. There is plenty of seating at the bar, so if you are flying solo this is a great place to feel like you are sitting with family. Become a member of the Stadia Club for restaurant promotions, contests, merchandise and more. Plus, it’s located on Market Street, so you can do some shopping before or after the game.


592 Sawdust Road Spring, TX 77380

Watch the game from every angle at the Flying Pug Sports Pub. There are 23 flat-screen televisions including five big screens! For starters, try the “Pick 5” menu option and mix and match menu items for your crew. You’ll find items like fried jalapenos, mac n cheese balls, fried pickles, southwest egg rolls and potato skins. We also recommend the cherry cheesecake dip served with vanilla wafers for dipping. Yum! The Flying Pug also has the popular Bull Shooter electronic dart game.

If a bar or pub isn’t your scene, many of the restaurants that offer up craft beer also have big screen TV’s inside for guests.