Go 'Stros! Here Are 17 Restaurants Offering World Series Specials

Go 'Stros! Here Are 17 Restaurants Offering World Series Specials

The Astros Dog at Ninfa's

THERE’S NO BETTER time in Houston to score a real deal hot dog, freebies and other sporty specials in honor of the Astros. World Series Game 1 is tomorrow night — here are a few restaurants knocking it out of the park.


The Burger Joint

For every Astros home run during the playoffs, all guests on-site will receive a free milkshake of their choice at the Burger Joint’s multiple locations. Trust us, these divine milkshakes are worth the trip.

Caracol

Customers who gear up and go out to dinner at Caracol will receive a complimentary margarita with the purchase of an entree during happy-hour.

C. Baldwin

The Lobby Bar at the C. Baldwin has an excellent and festive Juice Box Rita for $12, made with the standard primo ingredients — and a twist of orange juice.

Gatlin's Fins & Feathers

The H-Town Hot sandwich (photo by Becca Wright)

This newcomer from the Gatlin's BBQ team is spicing things up during the World Series. Try the H-Town Hot Sandwich (crispy chicken or fish tossed in Viet-Cajun hot sauce, topped with basil coleslaw and pickles) for $16. All sandwiches are served with fries and pair wonderfully with their assortment of cold draft beers ($8).

Heights & Co.

An expansive patio bar, Heights & Co. is a great place to catch a game, especially when draft beer is on special for $5, and burgers for $10!

GJ Tavern

Calling all Astros fans! The sleek Downtown tavern is offering its happy-hour menu prices immediately following all Astros games. For late games, GJ Tavern offers happy hour prices from 9pm until closing. This hotspot — outfitted with plenty of TVs — is the place to celebrate a big win.

Kenny & Ziggy's

Gameday specials at Kenny & Ziggy's

Nothing says gameday like hot dogs and beer, and Kenny & Ziggy’s artisan franks are made with an old family recipe, which includes natural casings that give them the perfect “snap.” Catch the World Series games in the Spritzer Bar and these hot dogs with the works for $5, plus all draft beers for $4 each.

La Calle Tacos & Tortas

Le Calle (photo by Becca Wright)

La Calle Tacos & Tortas is celebrating the Astros with themed cocktails and taco giveaways. The Mexican eatery will give a free order of street tacos to the guest who guesses the final game score correctly for each game via the restaurant's scoreboard located at the Downtown and Bagby locations.

Maize

The Astrorita at Maize

Out west, tuck into a delicioso fish burger, the hamburguesa de pescado (fried striped bass fillet, avocado, slaw, tomatoes, sweet potato fries), for $10 and wash it down with an Astrorita (tequila blanco, blue curaçao, lime, orange, agave, chili lime salt) for $8.

Osso & Kristalla

Osso & Kristalla pizza

No wonder this modern and breezy Downtown eatery from Astros owner Jim Crane calls itself “Astros Headquarters.” Its location steps away from Minute Maid Park is a no brainer, and the wood-fired pizzas are splendid. Weekday happy hour features beer, cocktails, and wine ($5-$7) plus Italian-kissed bar bites — think calamari fritta, bruschetta, Calabrese shrimp and osso polpette sliders with marinara and Parmesan ($6-$8). A steal!

Roots

Juicy Lucy Burger and Steak Tartare (photo by Michael Anthony)

If you’re geared up for the Astros this post-season, make sure to stop by Roots. The EaDo self-serve wine bar and restaurant is offering 20 percent off all food and drink to customers who come in wearing Astros gear.

Sylvia's Enchilada Kitchen

Sylvia's

At both locations, the games will be on in the bar along with these specials: The Astrorita orange margaritaand Sylvia’s signature fajita chicken and beef nachos — choose one or both, $9 each.

The Original Ninfa's

At the Uptown location only, Ninfa’s is offering a grilled Astro Dog topped with jalapeno chow chow, mayonnaise and brown mustard for $8 during home and away games. As always, guests of the Navigation location can enjoy a complimentary shuttle to the game from the East End eatery.

The Upside Pub

The Brisket Hot Dog is wrapped in bacon with caramelized onions and peppers, pickled jalapeños, mustard, ketchup and mayonnaise. (Photo by Becca Wright)

This Garden Oaks pub is aiming to keep up their home-team optimism with $12 pitchers during each Astros postseason game and free shots of beer after every Astros home run. Signature dishes include $7 Frito pies, bacon-wrapped brisket hot dog topped with queso and loaded on a potato bun, and full bar offerings of beer, wine, and cocktails.

Treebeards

Cheer on the Astros with a World Series Crawford Bock beer special at its Bunker Hill location. The southern comfort restaurant is selling pints of Crawford Bock starting at $4. With each Astros win, the number of games left to win the World Series decreases, and so does the price.

Willie's Grill & Icehouse

The neighborhood icehouse is offering an appetizing promotion anytime the Astros win in their quest for World Series domination. Dine-in customers will enjoy free chips and queso the day following every Astros win with the purchase of an entrée.

Urbe

Astros conches at Urbe

The on-site bakery at Hugo Ortega’s Urbe in Uptown Park turns out amazing cakes, cookies, churros, desserts and pastries — and, during the World Series, Astros conchas ($3.50 each/$36 per dozen). Limited quantities available.

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