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6 Best High Desert Restaurants to Watch the Big Game

Cajun Seafood, Hesperia, CA

Louisiana Cajun Seafood House

What do you have planned for the big game party menu, or do you plan to dine out? If you choose to dine out in the High Desert, here are six restaurants to view the game:

  1. Oggi’s, 19201 Bear Valley Road, Apple Valley
  2. Beef ‘O’ Brady’s, 12728 Main Street, Hesperia
  3. Louisiana Cajun Seafood House, 14466 Main Street, Suite 103, Hesperia
  4. Buffalo Wild Wings, 18965 Bear Valley Road, Apple Valley
  5. Sizzler, 16988 Main Street, Hesperia
  6. Knockout Pizza, 8125 I Avenue, Suite 2&3, Hesperia

All six of these restaurants have great food. They are rated here beginning with #1 as first choice of best food and plenty of TV screens.

No matter where you sit at Oggi’s, you can see the big game easily on a large flat screen television. Their pizza tastes incredible. The menu includes salads, specialties, appetizers, and more from the Italian cuisine with choices from a lighter side like the Quinoa Stuffed Portabella Mushroom.

Beef ‘O’ Brady’s is among the best of Hesperia’s family style sports restaurants and has burgers, pizza, a lighter side, and gluten friendly entrees. Save room for dessert – Funnel Fries dipped in caramel or chocolate sauce or the Molten Chocolate Cake.

Louisiana Cajun Seafood House – best seafood place in town! Enjoy watching the game and eating gumbo, lemon pepper fries, shrimp, lobster, or catfish.

Buffalo Wild Wings is all about making their fans happy with sports, wings, and beer. So if you are into all three, head over there to enjoy the game.

Families who prefer eating steak, chicken, and salad while watching the Super Bowl may want to visit Sizzler on Main Street.

Knockout Pizza even has a gluten-free pizza. Last year they offered barbecue, hot off the BBQ pit outside as an option for those not wanting pizza.

If you are not dining out for the big game, what are you planning to serve for appetizers? Wings, mushrooms, cheese dip and chips, or something different that you’ve come up with? Try any of these palatable snacks for your party:

People typically prepare high calorie, high carb foods for the big game day. Health-conscious sports fans, what foods do you munch on during the game? Inspire us with your nutritious recipes. Maybe you’ll save someone a hunk of unnecessary calories and carbs with an alternative appetizing menu.

Enjoy the big game!

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4 Comments

  1. January 18, 2016    

    This is a great list of places to go and eat while watching football (or other sports). Thanks for sharing.

  2. January 18, 2016    

    You’re welcome! It helps to know beforehand which places have the big screens to watch the game.

  3. February 3, 2016    

    I really like Oggi’s. They have so many screens that everyone can comfortably see no matter which way they are facing.

  4. February 3, 2016    

    I agree.

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