Tom’s Watch Bar Coming Soon to Houston

Plenty of big screens, bar food, and beer will be available.
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A sports-watching restaurant that features dozens of draft beer on tap and a menu of traditional bar fare is coming soon to Houston. Tom’s Watch Bar is expected to open soon at GreenStreet at 1201 San Jacinto St., Ste. 161 just blocks away from Minute Maid Park.

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GreenStreet is a mixed-use district that spans four city blocks in the heart of Houston’s central business district. A GreenStreet representative told What Now Houston that Tom’s Watch Bar is tentatively set to open to the public at the end of March 2023. The new sports bar will be nearly 6,200-square-feet and feature televisions, food, and a full bar.

When guests get hungry, they can choose from a variety of options on the food menu. Wings, burgers, sandwiches, salads, nachos, tacos, and more are offered. The bar features cocktails, wine, and draft, bottled, or canned beer.

Tom’s Watch Bar was founded in 2014 and now has just over half a dozen locations across several states. “Promising ‘All the Sports, all the Time’, Tom’s Watch Bar’s highly curated sports programming covers all sports from collegiate to professional to international, big events and prize fights, even emerging obscure and outrageous sports. Our central oversized stadium screen paired with hundreds of screens provides a 360° viewing experience, making every seat the best seat in the house,” according to the brand’s website.

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