Annual Manual 2001

Nightlife: Sports Bars

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Bailey's Sports Grille
250 N Seven Oaks Dr. * 531-2644
Best described as a super-sports bar, Bailey's has 16 pool tables and 30 television sets, so you can pretty much pick up any college or pro match-up you desire. Since it has been scientifically proven that football induces severe hunger, Bailey's is well-stocked in supplies (12 beers on tap, 35 bottled) and armaments (lots of food, wings, fish and chips, ribs, etc.).

Julio's Between the Buns
8021 Kingston Pike * 693-5174
155 West End Ave. * 675-0900
Julio's features a wide variety of pastas, sandwiches, pizzas, and a soup bar. The location on West End Avenue is just below Farragut High School.

Mike and Willy's Sports Cafe
1820 Cumberland Ave. * 673-0490
With 67 T.V.'s , video games, dancing, and a full menu featuring wings and burgers, you are sure to find a good reason to come in.

Rick's Place
1637 Downtown West Blvd. * 693-4028
Mr. Rick offers regular performers with Jason Ellis on Thursday and Dave Landeo playing every Sunday. Both performers begin at 10 p.m. and there is no cover charge. The sports fan will undoubtedly be contented here, with a shifting menu, 10 cent wings on Monday nights, a late night happy hour on Mondays through Thursdays, and a patio.

221 N. Peters Road * 691-0219
Rookie's has a full-service bar with Happy Hour from 4-8 Mondays through Fridays and 18 TV sets.