First opened in 1988 by brothers Roger and Ken Ham, the Grand Lake-area sports bar is equipped with an array of flat screen TVs for patrons to catch games while downing drinks and snacking on a wide selection of appetizers (even escargot), pizzas, and more. Includes a banquet room for large parties.
The sports bar comes equipped with a handful of flatscreen TVs throughout its interior, bolstered by a domestic and imported beer selection and the usual bar food fare like a meat lovers' pizza and chicken wings.
This sleek, dark sports bar has an expectably huge number of TVs, an extensive bar menu, a pool table, and plenty of seating.
Vintage decor gives this brand-new bar and grill a classic feel, but the menu — ambitious, inventive cocktails and well-made snacks like sliders and sausages — is contemporary Emeryville all the way.
Hotel Mac, in relaxed downtown Point Richmond, has a wood-paneled, clubby conviviality that makes it the perfect atmosphere to sip the East Bay’s best mojito.