Where to watch NFL playoffs in the Highland Lakes
When the playoffs heat up, cool off and root for your team at a Highland Lakes bar or restaurant. We’re here to help you plan your playoff parties at any of the venues listed below. But first, set your schedule for the next big games.
Saturday, January 11
Vikings at. 49ers on NBC
Titans at Ravens on CBS
Sunday, January 12
Texans at Chiefs on CBS
Seahawks at Packers on FOX
Sunday, January 19
AFC Championship on CBS
NFC Championship on FOX
SUPER BOWL LIV
Sunday, February 2, at 5:30 p.m. on Fox
Where to watch the final NFL games of the 2019-20 season:
207 Avenue G
Most of the Bear King's nine large TVs will be tuned to the NFL games, according to co-owner Grant Guidry.
“We definitely encourage people to come watch the games here,” he said, adding that no reservations are necessary. “It’s first-come, first-served, and you can stay as long as you want. We just hope you buy beer while you’re here.”
Bear King serves craft beer and a menu of appetizers, tacos, burgers, and salads.
702 First St.
As subscribers to the NFL Network, Chili’s will most likely have all of its 13 large screens turned to the playoffs, championship games, and Super Bowl. If you see one that’s not, all you have to do is ask, and the staff will happily change it over.
No reservations are necessary at Chili’s — you can stay as long as you want and you certainly won’t have to go hungry or thirsty while rooting for your team. Chili’s has a full menu, including steaks, ribs, Tex-Mex, burgers, and more.
900 RR 1431
Add a plate of fish to your football feeding frenzy at Doc's, where nine TVs will be focused on NFL games. You can stay for the whole game if you want.
208 Avenue H
The Beer-lievers at Double Horn definitely will be watching the games. The craft brewery has two large-screen TVs in its restaurant section and two in the bar area. The bar might even stay open late if games go long.
301 Main St.
Margaritas and Mexican food make for great football fare, which you can enjoy in front of nine TVs at Jardin Corona in downtown Marble Falls. Three TVs are set up in the bar area and six in the restaurant section. They will all be tuned to the NFL games, and fans are welcome to stay for the whole game. For the early games, Happy Hour is 2-6 p.m.
207 Main St.
Mr. B’s fills up on big game nights. The bar doesn’t serve food, but fans are welcome to have food delivered or bring their own. Watch the games on the six large screens.
COTTONWOOD SHORES/HORSESHOE BAY
4119 FM 2147
Hiccup's has 20 — yes, count them! — 20 large-screen TVs, and each one will be broadcasting NFL games through the Super Bowl. Happy Hour begins at 5 p.m. You can also play a free game of pool (in case the games are boring). The bar and grill has the perfect football food lineup as well, serving pizzas, burgers, and wings.
1538 RR 2900
Boat Town Burger Bar will be offering specials during NFL games through the Super Bowl. The venue has three large-screen TVs and encourages fans to gather 'round them and order their Louisiana specials of gumbo, red beans and rice, and boudin balls.
14124 RR 1431
The four large-screen TVs at La Tequila Jalisco restaurant in Kingsland will definitely be turned to the NFL games through the Super Bowl. Settle in, place your order, and enjoy.
14757 RR 1431 West
Wakepoint’s bar has six large-screen TVs on the deck, where fans can order the football specials and watch the games under deck heaters. The $27.99 football special includes a 16-inch pizza and 24 wings.
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