KATY MAGAZINE NEWS
February 1, 2020
By Jennifer Miko
Where do you go to channel all of your favorite sporting events? Check out our lineup of exciting events in Katy this weekend where you can celebrate the Big Game.
Saturday, February 1
Puppy Bowl Pre-Super Bowl Pawty
No Label Brewing Co.
5351 1st Street
12 – 4 p.m.
No Label Brewery invites guests to bring their furbabies out in their favorite team Jersey. This family-friendly “pawty” kicks off the Super Bowl weekend festivities.
No Label Brewery is located on the grounds of Katy's iconic rice silos. They produce seven year-round brews as well as seasonal favorites.
Sunday, February 2
24401 Katy Freeway
In honor of the 54th Super Bowl, Main Event in Katy is offering 54% off all activities when guests buy a $10 game card on Sunday, February 2.
Also, if a team ends with 54 points as a final score, Main Event will unlock free activities and games on the following Wednesday, February 5, for everyone.
“Souper Bowl of Caring”
The Waters Church
2710 North Mason Road
5 – 10 p.m. (or until the game is over)
Katy Christian Ministries (KCM) has partnered with the Waters Church to host a family friendly Super Bowl Watch Party with big screens, comfortable seats, giant inflatable obstacle course, good food and more.
Souper Bowl of Caring, a national movement, empowers youth, and unites communities around the time of the Big Game to help those in need. It’s designed to help fill the shelves of local food pantries through donations of non-perishable foods or funding. All proceeds from the watch party benefit KCM.
Ticket includes choice of hamburger/hotdog, chips and a drink. Additional drinks will be available for purchase. Burgers will be grilled onsite by Katy Mayor Bill Hastings and Gary Mancini of Bugs Incorporated.
Tickets: Adults - $15, Teens (13-17) - $5, children 12 and under are free (with an adult)
2707 Commercial Center Boulevard
4:30 p.m. – Close
Bar Louie invites guests to their “Superb Bowl Party” to cheer on their favorite team in the biggest game of the year. The lineup: “superb grub, superb libations, and superb deals.”
Sit inside or on the well-appointed patio and grab a menu because Bar Louie wants their patrons to join their Gastrobar Revolution. Bar Louie serves sharable dishes and taste-bud-rocking entrees. Must try: Chicken and Churros - beer-battered fried chicken breast, savory spiced churros with maple glaze and smoked onion ranch.
22225 Katy Freeway
See for yourself why Little Woodrow’s calls themselves “Your local Texas watering hole.” They offer a variety of weekend drink and bucket specials, plus every seat in the restaurant provides a good view to the constant big screen entertainment.
When it's game time, work your way through Little Woodrow's appetizer menu. Share the fried pickles or sweet potato fries, or go solo and enjoy your own Frito Pie or Fried Mac & Cheese. Touchdown!!
You won’t need the remote at BJ’s. Their collection of TVs covers a wide spectrum of sporting events. The large, casual dining area and bar offer a relaxed environment for enjoying a meal and cheering on your favorite team.
BJs offers a variety of award-winning brews on tap daily, in addition to 11 signature beers and cider. The restaurant boasts the Southern California twist they’ve put on the Chicago-style deep dish pizza. They also feature gluten-free pizza options. If your game goes into OT, call an audible and order some Pizookies to share for dessert.
Katy Ranch Crossing
24445 Katy Freeway
TVs, TVs and more TVs! Big screens surround diners at BreWingZ, capturing every moment of every game at the same time. What could be better? Food and drinks of course. Their menu features mild-to-spicy wings and tempting dishes like Mango Habanero Shrimp and the well-stacked Heart Attack Burger.
For more heat, try the Fire Sticks - jalapeño chicken, assorted vegetables and cheeses rolled in a jalapeno tortilla wrap then lightly fried to a golden brown, served with chipotle ranch dressing.
1425 FM 1463
Tad’s casual dining restaurant encourages guests to “let the good times roll.” With TVs perched above the bar and throughout the dining room, diners can always see the game action. Tad’s full-service patio offers even more screens tracking your favorite teams, even if they aren’t the Saints or LSU.
Their Cajun-inspired menu features a Louisiana flair, including a variety of seafood on the geaux. Stop in for Brunch so you won’t miss any of the action, or order off the Late Night menu when the games go into overtime.
1251 Pin Oak Road
The secret’s out about Scholars and Scoundrels – great food and drinks, and lots of TVs! Every booth or table provides a view of game action. Screens also surround the bar, where more guests can gather and sit at the high boy tables.
Scholars and Scoundrels offers an eclectic menu of libations and well-named food items. If you ask, “What’s Good Here?” you’re actually ordering the beef fajita tacos. If you want “The Usual” the server will bring you chicken fajita nachos. Don’t be afraid to ask for the “Kitchen Sink” because you’ll get piled-high nachos featuring their award-winning chili.
Mo’s Irish Pub
23511 Katy Freeway
Sit inside or out on Mo’s extensive patio to watch all of the sports action. The atmosphere is perfect for gathering with friends to eat, drink and cheer on your favorite team.
The pub’s menu of scratch-made dishes includes Mo’s Shepherd’s Pie, made from the family recipe and their traditional Corned Beef and Cabbage. Order appetizers to share or select from their tempting entrees.
LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch
2643 Commercial Center Boulevard
The TVs are always on at World of Beer in LaCenterra, and the energy in the room matches that on the field. With milder weather, the doors open to the patio, extending the viewing opportunities.
World of Beer’s knowledgeable staff introduces patrons to hundreds of beers from around the world. Their menu’s international flair complements the brews. Try the Bibimbap with spicy Gochujang marinated steak, the French Dip hoagie or the Pork Schnitzel. They’re out of this world!
24515 Katy Freeway
You don’t have to root for the Bears, Bulls or Cubs at Old Chicago. They have enough TVs to showcase the teams outside of their namesake town.
Old Chicago is known for their pizzas, but their Taproom Starters can be a game changer. Don’t miss their assortment of appetizers like the Garlic Roasted Cauliflower, Fried Spicy Pickles and Italian Nachos. You’ll want the games to go into overtime to sample them all.