Who's ready for some football? I am!
There are plenty of options for you to party with fellow Green Bay Packers fans and watch the game. Here are three that are at the top of my list:
I've written a few times about Ugly's (which seems to have dropped the "pub" which makes sense to me) for brunch and happy hours. If you haven't stopped in yet, tomorrow is a great time to do so. It'll have multiple 55-inch LED TVs with two large projectors, too, so you don't miss a play. If you have on the green and gold (or NFL apparel) you'll get $2 Miller products, $3 Fireballs and $5 Talls. You never know, you may even win a prize for being one of the best dressed fans.
Kick off the Packers season with a big outdoor party! Camp Bar is a great place to watch any game -- but it isn't a huge space -- so an outdoor party is the perfect solution. The party will get started at 4 p.m. Watch on the jumbo trons outside -- bring a chair and settle in -- or watch the game inside. BelAir Cantina will be on hand with a taco tent plus you can enjoy drink specials (and hopefully touchdown shots) all night long.
3. The Garage
The Garage is getting the season started with a Packers Pig Roast. It'll have 13 HD TVs for you -- two will be on the Parkhaus Patio. If you haven't been by to check out the rehab of The Garage, this is the perfect opportunity. You can enjoy a cheap but delicious pork plate with beans and slaw along with $3 Miller Lite and PBR Tall Boys. Or go big -- drink the Tune-Up Special for $5 (but don't blame me when you regret that 4 Roses Bourbon shot that next day).
If you aren't in the mood for one of these -- take a look at our Packers Bar Guide for other local ideas. Go Pack Go!
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