Saturday, January 5, 2013
The first game features the Cincinnati Bengals at the Houston Texans at 3:30 p.m. (CST).
Notre Dame vs. Alabama at 7:30 p.m. (CST) on Monday, Jan. 7.
Although the Bears didn't make it into the playoffs, there are still plenty of teams to watch as they battle it out to take home the title of Super Bowl XLVII Champions. But first, they have to get through the playoffs. And for eight teams, this weekend is all about getting that Wildcard spot. The teams playing this weekend are: For those already looking ahead, check out the full NFL playoff schedule here. If you're looking for someplace to take in the game other than your couch, here are some local bars and grills around Mokena that might be a great location.
Monday, April 16, 2012
Just because you can't make it out to The Cell or Wrigley doesn't mean you can't enjoy the next best thing: Catching the action at a local bar or restaurant. Where's your favorite spot in Frankfort or Mokena?
Baseball season is still fairly new, which means the Cubs and the White Sox still have a chance of getting to the postseason. Of course, not everyone can make it out to the ballpark, but that doesn't mean you have to miss your favorite team play. That's why satellite TV was invented. Which begs the question: Where's your favorite bar or restaurant in Frankfort or Mokena to watch the Cubs and/or the Sox? At Patch, we want readers to tell us what bar or restaurant is their favorite when it comes to watching the White Sox or the Cubs. Vote for your favorite one in our poll and share with readers why you like it in the comments section. One Patch user who leaves a review will be randomly chosen to win a Patch T-shirt. Voting ends 9 p.m. Sunday…
Monday, October 10, 2011
Don't want to watch the game alone at home? Here are some of the places in the Lincoln-Way area with drink and food deals. Plus, tell us what you think the score will be.
It's been a long time since a game against the Detroit Lions wasn't considered a joke. But if the Chicago Bears want to stay competitive within the division, they're going to have to take down the rejuvenated Lions on Monday Night Football. READ: Jake Buss and Tim Shaunnessey Blog About the Bears This should be the kind of game you enjoy with a group, so why not check out one of these area watering holes. Not only will they be showing the game, they'll also have some pretty nifty food and drink specials. Chicago Blu: The bar will have its second annual chili cook-off with its staff, which means free chili at halftime. Then vote for your favorite. Plus, there will be $1 drafts, $4 pitchers of Miller, $5 pitchers of Budweiser and $3.99 …