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Old Tuesday, October 16th, 2012, 09:57 AM
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Looking for the best place to watch Monday Night football. Looking for a big (clear) screen, that serves good food.

Any recommendations?


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Old Tuesday, October 16th, 2012, 01:55 PM
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Default Re: Sports Bar Recommendation

We've watched Monday night football in the Radisson's Casino bar. Nice big screen or Busters in Eagle Beach (at the Trop's casino) or JC Sports Bar in Palm Beach I've heard is good!

Also there is a Sports Bar in the Marriott called Champions (don't remember if they had BIG screen or just several TV's with all different games going on, but since its a Monday nite game, if there is a BIG screen I'd bet that is the game they'd show)
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Champions @ The Marriott Ocean Club has something like 12 flat screen TV's (pic below is old) of at least 42" in size (some are larger). It's pure heaven for a sports fan with ADD, lol. The food is excellent, service varies, prices are a tad on the high side...it is Marriott after all.

For NFL Sundays you'll find the game you want to watch although it may be only on 1 or 2 screens...adjust your seating accordingly. Consideration for screen count goes to Eastern teams as well as marquee teams. For the Major League Playoffs, both games will get excellent coverage on a variety of screens. For the World Series....no better place to watch it...especially if Eastern teams are involved.

The rub...when a Major League playoff game coincides with a Sunday NFL game, you may be disappointed if the football game you want to watch is between 2 non-Eastern and/or, non-marquee teams...But a $20 bill may certainly help you out should that be the case, lol. ENJOY! -Z-

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