Clayton and Richmond Heights readers: If you clicked on this post, you've undoubtedly already filled out a bracket for the NCAA men's basketball tournament that officially kicked off Tuesday.
Both squads open their tournament schedules on Friday:
- No. 2-seeded Mizzou against Norfolk State at 3:40 p.m. The game will be aired on TNT.
- No. 9-seeded SLU against Memphis at 5:50 p.m. The game will be aired on TBS.
So where can you go to see these games and others to come? Here are a few options—be sure to click on the business names to rate your favorites:
- — 26 N. Central Ave.
This cozy restaurant bills itself on its Web site as offering American-style food "and the most comfortable surroundings possible."
- — 7347 Forsyth Blvd.
This longtime bar offers burgers and sandwiches, in addition to a variety of beers. Oh — and it's got big-screen TVs, too.
- — 12 N. Meramec Ave.
You'll find international and American offerings on the menu of this bistro.
- — 20 N. Central Ave.
Check out burgers, melts, soups and salads as you browse the ample sports memorabilia that adorn the interior.
- — 6734 Clayton Rd.
Grab some American-style food, or drop by for an appetizer or dessert at this classic chain restaurant.
- — 1062 Saint Louis Galleria
This restaurant—another chain classic—offers sit-down dining and a bar that features televisions at the Saint Louis Galleria. Vegetarian, gluten-free and sugar-free options are available.
- : 6611 Clayton Road
You'll find antipasto, pizza, salad and beverages, in addition to a fully stocked bar.
- : 15 N. Meramec Ave.
Patch reader Scott Harris recommends this classic Clayton hangout for catching the game. It's got a build-your-own-burger bar, a comprehensive beer menu and outdoor seating. And it's open until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.
Then predict the final score of both games by posting a note in the comments section below!