The NFL’s just under way.
The Rangers are pushing toward the playoffs.
FC Dallas is... actually, we have no idea what they’re up to.
Point is: it’s a great time to be a sports fan.
And we’ve got breaking flat-screen/nacho news.
Meet The Pour House, a no-frills neighborhood haven for beer, sports and bar food, now open and serving lunch in Oak Cliff.
In a way, you already know this place. Because it’s a sports bar. And sports bars have flat-screens as far as the eye can see. Also, potato skins, draft beers and, in some cases (certainly this one), a massive wraparound deck with communal tables.
Which means it’s a strong candidate for your regular Sunday football watch spot. Or your October baseball command center. So the next time you’re in the market for a Deep Ellum Dallas Blonde and huge TVs (plus garlicky jalapeño mozzarella sticks), you’ll come here. Post up at the bar. Find a leather booth in the back. Or slide into a seat on the patio. Either way, you’re good/within arm’s length of a broadcasting game.
But for now, they’re only open for weekday lunches. And, courtesy heads-up: they’re still waiting on a liquor license (but we promise, it really is a sports bar). So hang tight. And in the meantime, stop in to say hello.
Even sports bars need a preseason.