Are you ready for some football? With the NFL lockout finally over, training camp is underway for New England’s beloved Patriots. Tonight, the home team battles the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 7:30 p.m.
Take a look at our five suggestions on where to watch tonight’s game, and even though it's only the preseason, you may get a look at Patriots superstars Tom Brady and Chad Ochocinco in the first quarter.
Rolf’s: Since 1963, Rolf’s has been in town and serving food and drinks. Rolf’s offers Keno and lottery, as well as a pool table for when the backups come in and play at the end of the game. Rolf’s is open until 1 a.m. so you can also relax and watch the postgame show.
Jaime’s: Why watch the game on one TV when you can watch it on a dozen? This is the place to go if you are in the mood for some steak tips. Jaime’s also has an outdoor patio for patrons who need some fresh air. Open until midnight, Jaime’s carries both domestic and imported beers along with a large selection of wines.
Culpepper's: Culpeppers has a large flat-screen TV behind the bar that patrons can gaze upon as they sip their drinks and munch on their food. Culpeppers is known for its brick-oven pizza as well as buffalo chicken wrap. Culpepper’s is open until 11 p.m. tonight.
Ninety Nine: Open until 11:30 tonight, the Ninety Nine is a hopping place with TVs all over the place to watch the game on. They offer “Crave-worthy” entrees for only $9.99 as well as a long list of specialty drinks.
Home: Head over to the 114 mall and stop at Wine and Beer at the Andovers to pick up your beverage of choice. Then, stroll on over to Market Basket and pick up nacho supplies or any other game-time munchies that catch your eye. Hop in your car and head home to enjoy the game from the comfort of your own living room. The game will be on channel 4.