Plenty of dining deals and watch party information has been heading our way concerning where you and your Astros-loving squad can get cheap food and drinks while watching the World Series this week. Here are even more places to cash in on affordable game day fun.
SeaSide Poke, 2118 Lamar Suite 101
At this EaDo poke hub, all bowls go for 25 percent off on World Series game days. To get in on the deal, simply wear your Astros apparel when you place your order.
Brennan's Of Houston, 3300 Smith
Brennan’s of Houston offers a new 7-7-7 Courtyard Bar Menu and has turned its courtyard into the ultimate viewing party. While watching the World Series on a large projector guests can enjoy off-the-menu chili cheese fries, and new bar bites includes blackened tuna tacos, jump lump crab rolls, boudin balls, smoked pork belly corndogs and more.
Snappy Salads, 1920 Fountainview
Snappy Salads is offering a one-day promotion at its Fountain View location on Friday, October 27. Fans sporting Astros apparel will receive a free Half Snap salad. Choose any Half Snap menu salad up to $10.50, including the Texas Taco, BBQ Ranch Chicken or Grilled Avocado salad. Offer valid only at the 1920 Fountain View Drive location until 9 p.m.
Kenny & Ziggy's, 2327 Post Oak, 5172 Buffalo Speedway
Kenny & Ziggy’s New York Delicatessen Restaurant has create a sandwich in honor of the Astros: The Houston Astros Homerun has roast beef as its first "base," pastrami as the second, corned beef for third and house-roasted turkey breast for home plate. Completing the homerun is the rye bread, coleslaw, provolone cheese and Russian dressing. This monster goes for $21.95 at both locations.
Around The Corner, 1510 Hutchins
A great spot to pre-game, watch, or post-game during the World Series, EaDo's Around the Corner is just a five minute walk to Minute Maid Park and its airs the games with sound on outside as well. Expect drink specials, local beers, easy eats (including weekend brunch) and a patio with a view of the Houston skyline.
Willie’s Grill & Icehouse, 7092 Highway 6
The Copperfield location of the beloved Texas chain hosts a bash on Friday, October 27, as the World Series heads to Minute Maid Park, from 5 to 10 p.m. and on Satuday, October 28, from 1 to 10 p.m. with a 'Monster Mash BBQ Bash' and Astros watch party. Expect live music, beer and food specials and games on televisions both indoors and out. Kids can snag candy, play games, and get face painting or balloon animals, and there will be numerous giveaways, including shirts and gift cards.
HTX Fan Tavern, 1880 Texas
HTX Fan Tavern, directly across the street from Minute Maid Park, is already open now through Sunday for the World Series with watch parties. From Friday through Sunday also expect the Booth Pimps to DJ, along with food trucks and drink specials, and a buttload of Astros fans.
Max's Wine Dive and The Tasting Room, all locations
Watch parties are happening at all locations of Max's Wine Dive and The Tasting Room. Tasting Room locations in Uptown Park and City Centre are offering $2 off all pizzas and $2 off all draft beers. Houstonians can also enjoy happy hour and beer specials out on the patio at MAX’s Wine Dive, 214 Fairview in Montrose. Everything on the happy hour menu is less than $10 and new televisions have just been installed.
Agricole Hospitality's Eight Row Flint, 1039 Yale, and Coltivare, 3320 White Oak
An “Astrodome-sized” projector will be showing the World Series game in the Eight Row parking lot, and Italian meets neighborhood gem Coltivare is adding a TV in the patio just for the games.
Hay Merchant, 1100 Westheimer
When the Astros are winning, all Houston beers are half off (for furture reference: this also applies to the Rockets and Texans gamedays too) Chef Chris Shepherd and his team will also be smoking beer can chickens on Sunday, October 29, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and serving them to go along with street corn and black beans for $20 cash to help raise money for Chris Slocum, a trainer at Memorial Hermann Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation, who has been devastated by Hurricane Harvey. Perfect for gameday.
Good Dog, 903 Studewood, 1312 W. Alabama
Houston's hot dog fave offers The Astro Dog for $7 with seasonal hash, blue corn chips, fried sage, & house hot sauce. Good Dog Houston has also taken on Los Angeles’ iconic Pink’s Hot Dogs in a friendly twitter tête-à-tête over the 2017 World Series — the losing city will pay the hot dog shop of the winning city to give away free hot dogs the day after the final game.
Dish Society, 5740 San Felipe, 23501 Cinco Ranch, 12525 Memorial
At this locally-sourced comfort food hub with three locations (Galleria, Memorial and Katy) , wear your Astros gear to receive 10 percent off your bill during the World Series. Both the Katy and the brand new Memorial locations have big screens, along with patio and bar seating. Slow Dough Bread Co. soft pretzels and smoked gouda queso for the win, y'all.
Ooh La La, 23920 Westheimer, 20155 Park Row, 770 West Sam Houston Parkway North, Suite 500
Astros fans in Katy, if you want cookies for your ouse parties but don't dare make them yourself, head to Ooh La La for Astros-themed shortbread. The cookies will set you back $42 to $57 per dozen, which is actually pretty reasonable as far as decorated cookies go, and make sure to snag some of the huge, incredible cupcakes on the way out too.
Molina’s Cantina, 7901 Westheimer, 3801 Bellaire
The Westheimer and Bellaire locations of the Margarita mecca will offer happy hour pricing on Molina’s Margaritas during all World Series games. That's $5 for a marg the way you like it—on the rocks or frozen, rimmed with salt or without.
Houston's Best World Series Restaurant Deals: $2 Queso And More
Fom $2 queso to $5 hot-dog-and-beer combos, here are even more great dining deals that have been running since Tuesday from gameday hubs Beaver's West, The Burger Joint, FM Kitchen, Bosscat, and Osso & Kristalla.
Don't see a great World Series dining deal or watch party? Leave a comment and we'll continue to update this listing all week long.
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