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  • #17301 by dacman22 on 08 Sep 2016
  • Some recommendations from a friend who lives in Ft Worth:

    Fred's off Bluebonnet Circle
    Woodshed
    Dutch's (close to the university)

    Hope this helps, and hope to see some of y'all on Saturday
  • #17302 by hobhog on 08 Sep 2016
  • The GameDay experience just walking around the stadium is pretty good. I've been to a couple of games (daughter went there) and there is plenty to do and see. Food and drink (beer!) is available to purchase.
  • #17303 by Jeff "hogfanintx" Anderson on 08 Sep 2016
  • Some recommendations from a friend who lives in Ft Worth:

    Fred's off Bluebonnet Circle
    Woodshed
    Dutch's (close to the university)

    Hope this helps, and hope to see some of y'all on Saturday

    Freds off bluebonnet is good place and kid friendly. Non-smoking great food and plenty of televisions.  I go.there frequently. Know the manager well.  Will actually be a Steeler watch party location this year as well.
  • #17304 by DLUXHOG on 08 Sep 2016
  • Angelo's Bar-b-que at 2533 White Settlement Rd, Fort Worth, TX is a great hole in the wall bbq spot and it is less than 10 minutes to the stadium from there........
  • #17305 by staffhog on 08 Sep 2016
  • If you want a great mexican meal without the glamor, try El Asedero, 1535 n. Main. St.  It is between Stockyards and downtown.  You won't be disappointed.  I could drink their salsa.
  • #17306 by DallasHogFan on 08 Sep 2016
  • If you can get to the stockyards, get you a burger from "The Love Shack." It's Time Love's little burger bar that is 50/50 filet and brisket. Get you a love burger with a quail egg, bacon, cheese, and "love sauce."  Fine dining is around the corner at Lonesome Dove, really good food. A lot of people love Joe T Garcias for tex-mex. The limited menu is just average, but the setting (patio) is pretty darn cool. I've also heard really good things about "Woodshed" for bbq, but havent been there.
  • #17307 by HOG FANATIC on 08 Sep 2016
  • My wife and I will be in Fayetteville this weekend.  I was hoping someone could tell me a good sports bar or restaurant to watch the game.
  • #17308 by J2theA on 08 Sep 2016
  • I, personally, really like Grubs.
  • #17309 by FraggleHog on 08 Sep 2016
  • Hard 8 BBQ
  • #17310 by hei5manhog on 08 Sep 2016
  • Was at the new JJs on Dickson last weekend a couple times and during the game, If the weather is nice, that's hard to beat. Big open patio and cool indoor seating also.
  • #17311 by Gerald Gilber on 08 Sep 2016
  • Foghorns across from Baum Stadium
  • #17312 by Michael_E_Davis on 08 Sep 2016
  • My wife and I will be in Fayetteville this weekend.  I was hoping someone could tell me a good sports bar or restaurant to watch the game.

    Yeah.  I would go with Grubs.  It's a good atmosphere, and they have good food as well.  I would suggest the avocado burger.  But, I would go to the one on Shiloh Dr,  instead of Dickson.  I personally like that one better, and it isn't so much of a headache to park at.
  • #17313 by HOG FANATIC on 08 Sep 2016
  • Thanks for the info guys!
  • #17314 by MAcFroggy on 08 Sep 2016
  • The stockyards are more or less a cowboy/western theme park without the rides.  It is very gimmicky with average places to eat.

    Near Southside/Magnolia has some really cool places to hang out and eat.  Casual places as well as some more upscale places.  Bearded lady is a pretty good spot.  Rahr brewery is in this area of town and has beer tours on Saturday.  During the football season they generally have football games on tv and have food trucks come to the brewery.  $10 for 3 pints of beer.

    Dutch's Burgers and Buffalo Bros (wings/pizza) are right by campus.  Buffalo Bros has an amazing tv set up for watching games and great wings.  Fuzzy's has gone full on chain mode, but the original one is the one on berry street by TCU.  Fred's burgers on Bluebonnet circle has good food and pretty good tv set up as well.  These areas you will definitely get more of the "gameday" atmosphere as opposed to near southside/magnolia.

    Railhead BBQ on Montgomery is a mile or two from campus and is probably my favorite quick bbq place in the area.  Usually full of people getting ready to go to the game.  Has great food and cold beer. This is where Gary Patterson does his weekly radio show on Thursdays.
  • #17315 by parallaxpig on 08 Sep 2016
  • Thx to all  for the input. Go Hogs!!!!!
  • #17316 by woodhog14 on 08 Sep 2016
  • Farrell's is a good spot!
  • #17317 by LR Hog on 08 Sep 2016
  • You can't go wrong with any of these options.  I prefer Farrell's.
  • #17318 by HighcountryHog on 08 Sep 2016
  • I'd be all over US Pizza.
  • #17319 by HogFansReunited on 08 Sep 2016
  • Foghorns is my favorite place to watch the hogs play if I can't be at the game.
  • #17320 by HogFansReunited on 08 Sep 2016
  • Oh and the spicy garlic parmesan wing are amazing.
  • #17321 by HogimusMaximus on 08 Sep 2016
  • Lucky Luke's on Garland.  Good food, cheap beer, hot waitresses.  Get some wings and fried Pickles and tell them Rob sent you.
  • #17322 by GolfnHog on 08 Sep 2016
  • Maybe it's just a preference but I prefer Foghorns off College on Green Acres Rd. Since the Hogs play at 6 if you get there around 4ish you should be able to find a number of great views to watch the game.
  • #17323 by RedSkiesAtNightHog on 08 Sep 2016
  • Just noticed your screenname

    The Fixx!

    BeeCee, you are correct!  I just saw them play live in Dallas and they were fantastic!


  • #17324 by RedSkiesAtNightHog on 08 Sep 2016
  • I could be over estimating walk times a bit. Paschall to the stadium is probably right about a mile.

    I agree with you that our campus is very small, and if you can get a spot close to campus on the east side of university you should be fine.  Most of these streets fill up very early, and many of them have started restricting parking on gamedays with temporary no park signs.  It is definitely not as easy as it used to be to find free super convenient parking.

    To your point, if people are looking for free parking, they can probably drive around campus for about 15 minutes to find a parking space with a reasonable walk.

    Thanks MAcFroggy!
  • #17325 by Wayne Watson on 08 Sep 2016
  • Maybe it's just a preference but I prefer Foghorns off College on Green Acres Rd. Since the Hogs play at 6 if you get there around 4ish you should be able to find a number of great views to watch the game.

    ^^^This^^^
  • #17326 by TheArkansasTraveller on 09 Sep 2016
  • How many hog fans can be expected at the game? Hoping for us to come blaring through the TV in their back yard like the LSU Ole Piss game last year. 
  • #17327 by parallaxpig on 09 Sep 2016
  • How many hog fans can be expected at the game? Hoping for us to come blaring through the TV in their back yard like the LSU Ole Piss game last year. 


    I was wandering what our ticket allotment was considering stadium holds 45,000
  • #17328 by RazorbackToTheFuture on 09 Sep 2016
  • No...that's a chain...there are much better alternatives

    Heaven forbid a chain restaurant be a reputable business or have good food/service!!!

    Disclaimer:  I have no affiliation with said taco chain I just find it hilarious these days that all my friends are so adamant about "eating local" out of town.

    Went to Austin a few months ago and that was the most repeated phrase, anywhere we went, "is it local"?  Look man I don't care it smells good and it all makes a turd!
  • #17329 by DLUXHOG on 09 Sep 2016
  • Heaven forbid a chain restaurant be a reputable business or have good food/service!!!

    Disclaimer:  I have no affiliation with said taco chain I just find it hilarious these days that all my friends are so adamant about "eating local" out of town.

    Went to Austin a few months ago and that was the most repeated phrase, anywhere we went, "is it local"?  Look man I don't care it smells good and it all makes a turd!
    I perceive its merely a bit of "snobbery" from supposed extreme diners...     What they don't know is that many of the "local" joints get a pass from public health departments (since there are too many of them in a big metro area like Dallas) from formal inspections and reviews, whereas the health departments beat the chains to death with inspections and visits because I believe they think that if they inspect 1, they have served notice to 100's in the chain. (I'm not saying that chain restaurants are all pristine because like the locals, they simply aren't).    I've worked in real estate for over two decades in the restaurant business nationwide and know this as a fact.

    Channel 8 did an expose many years ago here in Dallas on Chinese restaurants (the majority were "local", and it was unbelievable what little sanitation and health procedures they followed, if any at all).   Some of the restaurants even had their open bean and other vegetable storage bins located right next to the employee toilet, weren't washing their hands, or taking other safety precautions, etc....  blechhhhh.......
  • #17330 by Seebs on 09 Sep 2016
  • On your way to Fort Worth, stop at Moni's Italian in  outside Arlington. You will be filled with goodness and not have to get concessions or half cooked burgers from a grill.
  • #17331 by DeltaBoy on 09 Sep 2016
  • To be honest I been in the Fort Worth area since 1993 and I never had a bad meal in any eating place in Fort Worth.  We have great BBQ Steaks and Seafood and Texas staples like Chicken fried steak.
  • #17332 by razorbucz on 09 Sep 2016
  • Angelo's Bar-b-que at 2533 White Settlement Rd, Fort Worth, TX is a great hole in the wall bbq spot and it is less than 10 minutes to the stadium from there........

    Second This !!!! Great BBQ  :razorback: :razorback: :razorback:
  • #17333 by ulmerj79 on 09 Sep 2016
  • Heaven forbid a chain restaurant be a reputable business or have good food/service!!!

    Disclaimer:  I have no affiliation with said taco chain I just find it hilarious these days that all my friends are so adamant about "eating local" out of town.

    Went to Austin a few months ago and that was the most repeated phrase, anywhere we went, "is it local"?  Look man I don't care it smells good and it all makes a turd!
    The ONLY Fuzzys to go to is the original on Berry. The others are inconsistent with food and drink options.
  • #17334 by arlhog on 09 Sep 2016
  • Angelo's Bar-b-que at 2533 White Settlement Rd, Fort Worth, TX is a great hole in the wall bbq spot and it is less than 10 minutes to the stadium from there........
    Coldest beer in schooners in Ft Worth.  If you like and icy cold bear and good que do this.
  • #17335 by arlhog on 09 Sep 2016
  • On your way to Fort Worth, stop at Moni's Italian in  outside Arlington. You will be filled with goodness and not have to get concessions or half cooked burgers from a grill.
    Moni's is good Italian food and byob on west randol mill in Arlington.   
  • #17336 by BigE_23 on 09 Sep 2016
  • Check out a burger joint called Rodeo Goat. You're welcome.
  • #17337 by Jeff "hogfanintx" Anderson on 10 Sep 2016
  • Check out a burger joint called Rodeo Goat. You're welcome.
    y

    Over rates and actually sucks ass. Any local will say as much.

    Lmao
  • #17338 by Jeff "hogfanintx" Anderson on 10 Sep 2016
  • To be honest I been in the Fort Worth area since 1993 and I never had a bad meal in any eating place in Fort Worth.  We have great BBQ Steaks and Seafood and Texas staples like Chicken fried steak.

    Look dont lie. Its the worst seafood selection if any major metro area in tbe US
  • #17339 by Jeff "hogfanintx" Anderson on 10 Sep 2016
  • Moni's is good Italian food and byob on west randol mill in Arlington.   

    I dont know where you guys get this crap  pesto cafe i  Fayetteville has better italian than anything down here.
  • #17340 by HardCore on 10 Sep 2016
  • Babes Chicken House in Roanoke on Sunday.  Great home cooked chicken.
  • #17341 by b-ash on 14 Sep 2016
  • I am going to be stuck in Frisco, TX during Saturday night's game.  Anyone know of place that Hog fans frequent to watch?  Thanks!
  • #17342 by ricepig on 14 Sep 2016
  • I am going to be stuck in Frisco, TX during Saturday night's game.  Anyone know of place that Hog fans frequent to watch?  Thanks!

    The Star??
  • #17343 by Hellafied on 14 Sep 2016
  • Might be some in shops of legacy at Henry's Tavern
  • #17344 by WizardofhOgZ on 14 Sep 2016

  • Head south about 10 miles to Belt Line in Addison, and join the official DFW Razorback Club at Buffalo Wild Wings . . . just west of the tollway, on the south side of Belt Line.

  • #17345 by DallasHogFan on 14 Sep 2016
  • Head south about 10 miles to Belt Line in Addison, and join the official DFW Razorback Club at Buffalo Wild Wings . . . just west of the tollway, on the south side of Belt Line.



    I live in Frisco and BWW is the closest official Hog watching spot. Might be tough to be find it with sound anywhere else.

    Dodies Live is cool little dive bar with average Cajun food off the Tollway/Main by the stadium in Frisco and they have several TV's and good drink prices.

    Henrys Tavern in Shops of Legacy (5 min drive down the Tollway) is a pretty cool/large sized sports bar and there are plenty of other good spots to eat around there.

    Tight Ends Sports Bar is close to 121/Tollway and is like Twin Peaks + Hooters + bikini steroids.

    The west side of Frisco off 423/Lebanon has a cool small little bar called Tailgaters. Decent bar food and I've watched a few Hog games there with buddies.
  • #17346 by hawganatic on 14 Sep 2016
  • My recommendation is Tightends or Wild Pitch.  Not sure about other hog fans, but you'll enjoy the "scenary."  Just don't take your wife/girlfriend...

    Scruffy Duffy's in The Shoppes of Legacy is a good spot to watch a game also.
  • #17347 by Peppa Pig on 15 Sep 2016
  • I'd vote for Wild Pitch too.  It's in the Stonebriar Mall parking lot.  Plenty of big tv's, surprisingly good food, and the scenery of course.
  • #17348 by ok hog fan on 16 Sep 2016
  • The foundation website recommends MLK exit from I49, then left on Eastern Ave. The lot is west of  Razorback Rd. across from the track.

    If I exit I49 onto Wedington Rd., and go right on Sang Ave., does Sang go thru to the lot? A map indicates it does not go thru and it looks like pre-game traffic on Razorback Rd. is one way north so I would not be able to go south to the lot.

    For post-game, it looks like I could take Nettleship to Stone St., then Futral and get on I49 at Wedington?

  • #17349 by ricepig on 16 Sep 2016
  • The foundation website recommends MLK exit from I49, then left on Eastern Ave. The lot is west of  Razorback Rd. across from the track.

    If I exit I49 onto Wedington Rd., and go right on Sang Ave., does Sang go thru to the lot? A map indicates it does not go thru and it looks like pre-game traffic on Razorback Rd. is one way north so I would not be able to go south to the lot.

    For post-game, it looks like I could take Nettleship to Stone St., then Futral and get on I49 at Wedington?



    Nope, Sang is just going to take you to Cleveland, and then to Razorback Road. I think Razorback Road to both ways up to Meadow?? pre-game. It depends how  early you go, as to what's best. I park in 46, it's MLK to RZ Rd. Afterwards, I do get to take Nettleship west to Stone. Sometimes I use that to go, but it's if I'm early and they let me in the lot the back way.
  • #17350 by factchecker on 16 Sep 2016
  • The foundation website recommends MLK exit from I49, then left on Eastern Ave. The lot is west of  Razorback Rd. across from the track.

    If I exit I49 onto Wedington Rd., and go right on Sang Ave., does Sang go thru to the lot? A map indicates it does not go thru and it looks like pre-game traffic on Razorback Rd. is one way north so I would not be able to go south to the lot.

    For post-game, it looks like I could take Nettleship to Stone St., then Futral and get on I49 at Wedington?

    Don't take Wedington expecting to get back to campus unless you arrive before 2:30.  2:30 is when the traffic flow enforcement begins.

    Here are the traffic flow maps:

    Pre and Post Game Routes -

    http://arkansasrazorbacks.com/pdf/football/2016/traffic-flow/pregame.pdf

    http://arkansasrazorbacks.com/pdf/football/2016/traffic-flow/pregame-regional.pdf

    http://arkansasrazorbacks.com/pdf/football/2016/traffic-flow/postgame.pdf

    http://arkansasrazorbacks.com/pdf/football/2016/traffic-flow/postgame-regional.pdf

    RF Parking:

    http://www.razorbackfoundation.com/images/razorback-football-fayetteville-parking-map.png

    Stadium Map:


    Road Conditions and Traffic Map:

    https://www.idrivearkansas.com/

    Fan Guide:

    http://www.arkansasrazorbacks.com/pdf/football/2016/fan-guide.pdf

    Quick guides:

    Permitted and Prohibted Items - http://www.arkansasrazorbacks.com/permitted-prohibited-items/

    Here is the schedule for gameday events:

    http://www.arkansasrazorbacks.com/game-day-information-texas-state/
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