Griff’s Houston: Go old school with one of Houston’s oldest sports bars. This Irish haunt serves up $2 domestic beers, $2.50 wells, and $1 off any hard bar of your choice. Got a big crowd with you? Reserve a group of 20 people or more, and enjoy $2 drinks and free bar food all night.

The Dogwood: Basically a goldmine for getting everything you want out of your weekend football watching, this place has 28 screens for every NFL and college game, happy hour all day and night with $6 pulled pork sandwiches, $15 beer buckets, and an $8 “Beer and Deer” special (which includes a Lone Star tall boy and Jager shot). And if that wasn’t enough, throw in a Sunday brunch featuring over-the-top dishes like Black Forest ham, fried egg, goat cheese-stuffed jalapeños and bacon served on a jalapeño cheddar bun, all topped with bacon chorizo. Did we mention $1 mimosas?

Brennan’s of Houston: This Southern institution serves “Texas Creole” cuisine in a swanky atmosphere. During game days, grab a seat at the bar with your fellow proud Houston Texans fans, and dine in style while cheering on your favorite team. Their gourmet takes on bar food include Absinthe mac and cheese, Camilia duck chili, and Shrimp Henican corn dogs, alongside $7 cocktails and wines from 2-7 p.m. But if you want some real game-time indulgence, look no further than their luxurious $100 blue crab and caviar nachos, which boast fire roasted corn, St. Andre queso, alligator pear (avocado), mirliton pico de gallo, and lime crema, crowned with an ounce of Petrossian caviar. Yum.