Championship Saturday came and went and for the brief time I was there, it was worth it. My day started out at Lew’s Grill and Bar and ended back up there. In between was some craziness with a company holiday party complete with a lame cover band as well as a great finish to the Big 12 Championship Game. All in all, the day was widespread and fantastic, even though college football barspotting was very short.
Another actual barspot and I’m keeping up on the known favorites with Lew’s Grill and Bar. I’ve been here a couple of times and have begun to become a regular here. They’ve upgraded the televisions and also the food. The day of football was long and fun, so I was glad I got the sweet spot for watching in the bar. Regarding the action on field, we saw some tight games and some surprising blowouts. It was a lazy day, but it sure was a weird one too.
Saturday was the big day. We’ve been to a couple of chain restaurants before but this one was different. This was Hooter’s. We knew everything they were pushing. The place started with girls first, then everything trickled down from their cleavage. Hooter’s believes it also makes a great spot for a place to watch the game. So last Saturday was the day to put it to to the test. The test subjects included some great rivalry match ups, including the Red River Rivalry. Let’s see what Hooter’s brought us.