10 places in Houston to watch the Astros in the World Series

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The Houston Astros will face the Los Angeles Dodgers during the World Series this week. Many sports bars in the Greater Houston area are offering specials while they screen the games this week.

Molly Malones

Specials: $4 Astro Bombs, free corn dogs and sliders, $3 domestic drafts, raffle for $25 bar tab

7824 Louetta Road, Spring
281-370-4949
http://www.houstonirishpubs.com/listofpubs/#/molly-malones-pub/

Houston Flying Saucer

Specials: $50 for the best “Woo” Ric Flair impersonation
705 Main St., Houston
713-228-9472
http://www.beerknurd.com/locations/houston-flying-saucer

Three Sheets Bar & Grill

Specials: Second drink free for anyone wearing Astros gear, free hot dogs, $2 Hamburgers, $3 Tito’s Handmade Vodka, $3.25 draft beer
1900 S. Kirkwood Road, Houston
281-589-1625

Vallensons’ Brewing Company

Specials: C&S Rollin Smoke will serve barbecue
4081 Rice Drier Road, Pearland
281-617-7537
www.vallensons.com

Drink of Ages Pub

Specials: Free hot dogs
1005 Waugh Dr., Houston
713-497-5782
www.drinkofagespub.com

Berryhill In The Heights

Specials: Margarita, mule and mojito drink specials, two food combos for $10.75
702 E. 11th St., Houston
713-225-2252
www.berryhillheights.com

Punk’s Simple Southern Food

5212 Morningside Drive, Houston
713-524-7865
www.punkssimplesouthernfood.com

Nick’s Fish Dive & Oyster Bar

Specials: Half-priced Pork Pibil Tacos and $1.50 Saint Arnold beers
20 Waterway Ave., Ste. 105, The Woodlands
281-419-8885
www.nicksfishdive.com

Jax Sports Bar

Specials: $10 steak with potato and side salad
6416 Wallisville Road, Houston
832-232-8265
www.jaxsportsbar.com

The Hut

Specials: $12 Domestic buckets,$16 premium buckets, $10 16-ounce Bud Light buckets, free chilli dogs, free pool
1107 Central St., Houston
281-928-8989
www.thehuthouston.com

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Chevall Pryce joined Community Impact in 2017 after graduating from Texas A&M University with a degree in Journalism and experience with the student newspaper, The Battalion. He currently reports on various topics in Cy-Fair, including economics, development and legislature as well as community events and businesses.

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