If you’re a football fan in Austin, there are lots of places to watch the Cowboys, the Texans and of course the Longhorns too. But there are very few places where transplanted New Englanders–fans of “Pat Patriot” and the guys who wear the “Flying Elvis”–can hang out and cheer Tom and the guys on to victory amongst like-minded friends. Since 2003, B. D. Riley’s, Where Austin Meets Boston has been Austin’s only Official New England Patriots Fan Club–your “home away from home” for Patriots fans. So this season, make us your place to watch the big game.
How good is a game day at the pub? SO good the NFL featured us in the first episode of their series “Greetings From…” showcasing rabid transplanted fans in far off cities. Take a look at at a typically amazing game day at the pub!
We have NINE well-located High-Definition TV’s for more prime viewing, plus the 70″ ScreenZilla in back. With our combination of DirecTV High Definition satellite and a subscription to the NFL Sunday Ticket, we’ve got your game on at B. D. Riley’s Irish Pub. And you can be sure if the Pats are playing, we’ve got ’em on for your viewing pleasure.
There’s nothing like relaxing with a cold one and a plate of piping hot snacks while watching the Patriots, surrounded by your friends in their team colors. Join us for Pats Game Watch parties with door prizes and fun–bring a friend to join in the festivities.
You can join our special Pats Fan email list. No spam. Just a Pats related note once a month or so during the season.
Football and beer seem to go together, so we’ll throw in some great beer specials for gametime each Saturday and Sunday, and for Monday Night Football as well. Perfectly poured, icy cold 20-ounce Imperial Pints of Samuel Adams Boston Lager, Harpoon IPA, Smithwicks Irish Red Ale, Shiner Bock and Miller Lite are only $4.50 on game days, and our full bar with a wide range of liquors, wines, and 23 draft beers is always available and attractively priced.
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