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Houston's Best World Series Restaurant Deals: $2 Queso And More

Cheap queso and dogs, alrighty then.
Cheap queso and dogs, alrighty then.
Photos courtesy of Bosscat, Beaver's, and The Burger Joint
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Okay, Astros fans. The World Series starts this evening, with the Astros at Dodger Stadium, and it's your time to shine. Be the best fan possible and cash in on these great dining deals, from $2 queso to $5 hot-dog-and-beer combos, all week long. These restaurants will obviously be airing the games as well, and arriving early is a good idea to secure a seat.

Inside Bosscat, home of Astros-themed Orbit Juice.
Inside Bosscat, home of Astros-themed Orbit Juice.
Photo courtesy of Bosscat

Bosscat Kitchen & Libations, 4310 Westheimer

All Texas draft beers are $5 during World Series games. Buffalo Bayou Great White Buffalo, Karbach Love Street and Hopadillo IPA, Oskar Blues Mama’s Yella Pils, (512) IPA and Pecan Porter, and Saint Arnold Amber Ale

Bosscat also will be selling Orbit Juice — an Astros-inspired take on a Paloma with tequila, citrus, bitters and grapefruit for $8 during the games; the games will be on all televisions "with the sound system booming," according to reps for the restaurant.

Inside FM Kitchen.EXPAND
Inside FM Kitchen.
Photo courtesy of FM Kitchen

FM Kitchen & Bar,  1112 Shepherd

The Houston Press Best Of winner for best casual eatery in Houston will offer $1 orange and blue Jell-O shots. There is also the classic pairing of a hot dog and 8th Wonder Dome Feaux’m beer for $5 during all World Series games.

Watch the game inside on any of the eatery's five flatscreens or the brand-new 100-inch projection screen, or outdoors on the 3,500-square-foot patio.

The backyard at Beaver's Westheimer.
The backyard at Beaver's Westheimer.
Photo by Cuc Lam

Beaver's West, 6024 Westheimer

A very budget-friendly $2 gets you Knocked Up Queso (it's regularly $12, people), and there will also be $2 Houston craft brews available, including beers from 11 Below, Eureka Heights, Holler, Lone Pint, Buff Brew, Saint Arnold and Karbach all day for all customers wearing Astros gear.

Beaver's will be broadcasting all games on its 11 televisions both inside and outside.

Outside at The Burger Joint
Outside at The Burger Joint
Photo by Chuck Cook

The Burger Joint, 2703 Montrose

The Burger Joint has created the Crush City Dog for the World Series. It's a foot-long dog topped with Burger Joint mac, chopped bacon and jalapeños for $8.50 through the Series.

Osso & Kristalla will undoubtedly be packed this week, especially as the World Series returns to Minute Maid Park on Friday.
Osso & Kristalla will undoubtedly be packed this week, especially as the World Series returns to Minute Maid Park on Friday.
Photo by Erika Kwee

Osso & Kristalla, 1515 Texas

Specials on the food menu inside include a half-priced game-day burger, and outside you'll find an Italian sausage station set up with $5 dogs, $3 draft beers and $5 craft canned beer. Plus, there's plenty of televisions that will be tuned to the World Series, seeing as this is a restaurant from Astros owner Jim Crane.

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