Sublime Ale House
Proving they're more than just a band from the '90s that got teenage chicks to say they like ska, Sublime Ale House is now gracing San Marcos' Restaurant Row with their heady presence, ready to dish out an extensive menu of "gourmet comfort fare" from a wide-open rustic joint with a covered patio and a square, centrally located bar surrounding a pillar sprouting four massive flatscreens, and 48 taps, or as it's known in Morse code "somebody being a d**k"
Cass St. Bar & Grill
The longstanding local-fisherman's haven still houses the 1940's hardwood bar from the original watering hole, TVs strategically placed so there's nay a blind corner to potentially miss an Eric Weddle close-up, two pool tables still operating at a throwback 50c, free shuffleboard, and a rotating, $8.50 craft pitcher special during football games.
Plum Crazy Saloon
Because they have to put 'em somewhere, PC's inviting Philly fans to stay in the action via their 24 TVs, and cash in on $10 domestic pitchers, and $3 grape bombs/ cherry bombs/ screwdrivers/ bloodys, which is what Santa will be, if he happens to walk by a battery store while they're losing.