This week all eyes are on the Houston Astros as they take on the Yankees in the 2017 American League Championship Series, and with that in mind let's talk game day food steals, shall we? Here are five Houston restaurants with some of the best food deals for Astro Fans.
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5. State Fare, 947 Gessner
Drink specials and beer buckets are available during all Astros games, and food specials are also in store at this Memorial area favorite, including off-menu items such hot dogs or brisket tacos for $10.
4. Max's Wine Dive, 214 Fairview
Tthis Montrose staple recently introduced a tailgating happy hour menu including everything from chili cheese dogs, stuffed shrooms, buffalo chicken bites, chicken and waffle sliders and more for less than $10, Monday to Friday, from opening until 6 p.m. making for a perfect pre-game meal. Or just camp out and watch the game with some fried chicken and champagne.
3. The Original Ninfa's on Navigation, 2704 Navigation
When Friday and Saturday rolls around, Houston's Tex-Mex institution will offer free shuttle service to and from Minute Maid Park for all Astros home playoff games. Complimentary with a receipt for any food or drink item from the restaurant, the shuttle service starts one hour before each game and runs continuously until one hour after the game concludes.
2. FM Kitchen & Bar, 1112 Shepherd
Voted the Best Casual restaurant in Houston Press's Best Of, this family-friendly eatery is offering $5 hot dog and 8th Wonder Dome Feaux’m beer combo during all Astros playoff games.
1. Osso & Kristalla, 1515 Texas
Naturally, this Downtown trattoria owned by Astros owner Jim Crane is the best spot for HTX baseball fans to score some quality eats on the cheap. Outside, you'll find an Italian sausage station set up with $5 dogs, $3 draft beers and $5 craft canned beer. Inside, order up the restaurant's signature chicken piccata or a big old burger for just $7.95 (easily a $5 discount) along with $3 Moretti beers or the fan-favorite frozen drink of choice, the orange and blue Astro Crush for $5. Plus, there's plenty of televisions, including outside.
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