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Watch Games, Eat Well

At these bars, food options extend beyond the chicken tender-chicken wing-mozz stick trifecta.


Caddies feels like your average sports bar, but the pizza is better than you might expect. A massive plate of pulled pork sliders will only set you back $11.


For my money, the fiery hot wings here are among the best in town. The club sandwich and the mixed green salad have never steered me wrong, either. Other options on the CP menu can be hit or miss. But even when the wood-fired pizzas come out a bit on the soggy side, they're easy to share with a group.


Wasabi shrimp, jerk wings and a good old-fashioned burger are some of my favorites at this North Arlington hangout.


Enjoy upscale comfort food in the 50-seat bar area.


Some of my colleagues think the wings at this gay sports bar are among the best in town. The empanadas are another sure thing.


Order the burger here and feast on 10 delicious ounces of beef.


Chef Jamie Stachowski is no longer at the Arlington sports bar, but the food is still drawing crowds -- even on a recent rainy Monday. Tuck into smoky white bean soup, a vat of succulent mussels and, of course, charcuterie.

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