Swing by bars, restaurants and Minute Maid itself to party it up with ‘Stros diehards for every game of the 2021 ALCS.
With the Astros getting deeper into the ALCS, some of the city’s popular bars, breweries, and restaurants are popping up with watch parties so that you can catch all the action on screens indoors and outdoors.
Of course, the best place to catch the series is at Minute Maid itself. If you can’t score a ticket to the games, then you can stop by the Downtown ballpark and watch with fellow fans for just $1. Vouchers are required for entry, so act fast to secure your spot.
Here are more than a dozen places you can stop by to see the Houston Astros on their 2021 ALCS journey to the World Series.
2021 ALCS Houston Astros Watch Parties in Houston
- Postseason Street Fest at Minute Maid – For just $1, you can secure your voucher to enter the ultimate street fest, which starts two hours before first pitch where you can enjoy live music, food trucks, games and unique photo ops. Then, head inside to see the away game play out on the big screen at Minute Maid. Vouchers must be reserved in advance. Times vary.
- The Beer Garden at Saint Arnold Brewing Co. – The Fifth Ward brewery rolls out the giant 16-foot outdoor screen so that you can have great views of all the ALCS action from anywhere in the beer garden, to go along with the stunning skyline views.
- 8th Wonder – In EaDo, the H-Town brewery offers more than 20 beers on tap, plus ALCS playing on every screen indoors and outdoors on the vast back patio.
- Saloon Door Brewing in Webster – The creative brewing minds at Saloon Door will fire up the projector for each game, along with other viewing angles on TVs around the taproom, plus get $1 off your first pint when you show up in Astros gear.
- Karbach Brewing – The Crawford Bock is flowing at this Spring Branch brewery which will host every game on the big screen in the biergarten.
- Biggio’s – The Downtown spot across from Discovery Green honors its namesake, ‘Stros legend Craig Biggio, by providing every minute of the ALCS on two 30-foot screens inside, along with plenty of lounge and booth seating, and delicious dishes like its chicken and waffles.
- Bobcat Teddy’s Ice House – The Heights dive will be running each game on all of its TV screens, indoors and on the spacious outdoor patio, plus you can enjoy $15 domestic beer buckets, and Breggy Bomb and Orbit shots all night. For the evening games, expect to see the game on the large projector screen in the lot.
- Burger Joint – Stake out a spot in the Heights or Montrose location of this tasty burger eatery and score free Crush City creamsicle milkshakes when the ‘Stros hit a home run.
- Eight Row Flint – The Heights icehouse is pulling out the big screen for ALCS games, plus you can enjoy gourmet ballpark fare like nachos and hot dogs along with buckets of Crawford Bock and “thrill shots.”
- Flying Saucer Draught & Emporium – Swing by either Downtown or in Sugar Land to sip on the tasty offerings at Flying Saucer, plus enjoy special Astros drink deals during the game and plenty of TVs tuned into the action.
- Hay Merchant – The Montrose craft spot (which will close its doors soon) is hosting watch parties for ‘Stros games along with specials on new menu items and half off 8th Wonder’s Dome Faux’m and Hopston beers while the Astros are winning.
- Little Woodrow’s – Stop by any of their multiple locations spread across Houston and enjoy the ALCS on TVs that flank that bar, plus drink specials.
- Present Company – Right on the Westheimer Curve, you can enjoy in-game specials like $4 Crush City IPAs, $8 Crush City cocktails, and $5 Choo Choo Shots (which are free when the Astros hit a home run).
- Revelry on Richmond – With more than two dozen screens, you won’t miss a thing at this popular spot along Richmond Avenue in Montrose. Enjoy bites from the food menu while you sip on drink specials like La Piña, Orange Crush, Breggy Bombs, and frozen Crush City drinks and jello shots.
- Woodshed Smokehouse – Show up at this Levy Park restaurant in Astros gear and score a free appetizer during the playoff game (limit one per table). The park-side patio also features several TVs in and outside to catch the game.
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