Where are the Top Bar for Opening Day of Baseball Season?

Posted by on Thursday, April 2nd, 2015 at 10:31am

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Spring training is nearly over and the Texas Rangers will be kicking off another baseball season with hopes of making a World Series run. Some of the best bars for watching the opening day game or celebrating after the game are found below.

Mavericks Bar and Grill - 601 East Main Street, Arlington

This bar is not far from Cowboy Stadium, Levitt Pavilion and The Ballpark in Arlington. It's a great sports bar with plenty of TVS, good food and drinks. You can enjoy the game here or come in after for great drink specials.

BoomerJack's Grill And Bar - 522 Lincoln Square, Arlington

A place for enjoying the game with more than 125 HD TVS, you won't miss any of the action. Even if you're not a Rangers fan, this is the place to find the best drink specials and plenty of MLB games on the many screens.

Hooligan's Pub - 310 East Abram, Arlington

Since 1999, this has been the spot near UTA for baseball and other types of sports. With 25 beers on tap and more than 80 in bottles, you won't get bored with the selection. There are six large LED TVs and plenty other TVs for watching all the action.

Tailgate Tavern - 1015 Cedarland Boulevard, Arlington

It has only been around since 2009, but has already become the place for tailgating. You will find plenty of fun here with the 133" big screen, plenty of other TVs and live music after many of the games. If you want to enjoy cold beer, good food and plenty of fun, Tailgate Tavern is the place for you.

Redneck Heaven - 701 North Watson Road, Arlington

Those looking to part after the game will enjoy Redneck Heaven. It's also a good spot for local fans to enjoy a game with $1.25 beers and plenty of TVs. You can enjoy all kinds of fun at this bar.

Whether you prefer a great place for before, during or after the game, these bars provide excellent choices near all the major Dallas sports venues.

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