Dallasites are passionate about our sports, and football tops the list. Other than catching the gridiron action live and in person, there’s nothing better than gathering with like-minded fans to watch your hometown team destroy the competition. Keep reading to unearth the three best places to watch the Dallas Cowboys this fall.
Just 3-minutes from Lewisville is the Dallas Cowboy’s hometown field: AT&T Stadium in Arlington. Have a seat near the 50-yard line as our team takes on the biggest and best teams in the NFL.
Catch a night game under the stars with the stadium’s state-of-the-art retractable roof. You’ll see Rod Marinelli lead our defense as they wrangle our charging opponents down the field.
Catch a glimpse of quarterback Dak Prescott as he throws the winning touchdown, just as the buzzer sounds the end of the fourth quarter. There’s no better place than AT&T Stadium to watch the Cowboys this fall.
The Drunken Donkey
When there’s a game on, you want to hit the ultimate neighborhood haunt. Since they opened their doors in 2014, The Drunken Donkey’s mission is to serve up the best experience in a fun and energetic environment.
Everyone is invited to The Drunken Donkey. They treat their guests just like family. In addition to offering the area’s largest collection of locally brewed craft beer, spirits, and wine, take a look at their dining menu.
You’ll be pleased to find not only your classic bar favorites with a creative twist but also a few upscale selections too. Snack on a plate piled high with spicy buffalo fries or ask the chef for a homemade Donkey burger. It’s customizable in a dozen tasty ways. The Dogfish Sausage and Pesto Platter is the ideal shareable for a table full of hungry Cowboys fans.
The Drunken Donkey’s viewing experience is unrivaled with their many wall-to-wall high definition, flat screen TVs. You won’t miss a single play, no matter where you’re seated. During half-time, check out Drunken Donkey’s library of board games or drop your quarter into an arcade machine. Fun times abound at this family-friendly place to watch the Cowboys.
If you’re looking for more of an upscale vibe, watch the Cowboys battle it out at the Concrete Cowboy. Located at The Star in Frisco, the Cowboy’s world headquarters, this venue offers fans a modern, trendy decor. But don’t let its looks fool you, this place gets a little crazy on Cowboy’s game nights.
This high-energy, neon-bathed sports bar and restaurant is open seven days a week for lunch, brunch, dinner, and late night. Try the Smoked Brisket and Barbacoa Enchiladas or the Cajun Trout. They’re delicious. Make sure you get there early or book ahead. You don’t want to be the last one standing around holding your drink.
Pull up a seat, order a mug of craft beer, and a plate of nachos. Then catch all the action at one of these three best places to watch the Dallas Cowboys this fall.
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