For Play Sports Bar

February3

 

What do you get a NFL crazed fan who is celebrating a monumental birthday on the same weekend as the NFC and AFC championship games?  I knew better than to schedule any birthday festivities on that Sunday in spite of the fact that we typically do mark the occasion with a Sunday supper.  There was a time when he and his brothers would assemble in Fargo ND for the weekend!  So the date is pretty much etched into my brain. 

The Skybox at 4 Play was the perfect solution.  We arrived right at 2 as kick off was occuring for the first game.  The room which has a maximum capicity of 50 is appointed with big leather couches, a private washroom, a fireplace, one ten foot  TV screen and two huge plasma TVs and best of all, our own bartender/server.  People came and went all afternoon at intervals perfectly paced so D could keep track of the plays and his guests.

In between games, the staff bought out all the fixings for the cakes that I had brought along.  A entourage of well-wishers, who weren’t all that interested in the games arrived at that time.  Some just stayed long enough for a bevvie, others ordered a bite of supper before heading out.  There was less of a crowd for the second game which was absolutely fine because there was a great deal of interest in how the Giants were playing and the ultimate outcome of the game.

Anyone who ordered food was very, very impressed (sorry I was having too much fun, to take any food shots).  Fresh cut fries accompanied most choices and the nachos were piled high with all the trimmings.  Our bartender was the perfect host.  All I had to do, was sit back and watch D enjoy his special day of sport with family and his buds.

On event days (Jets, Superbowl)  the cost of the room is $500 and on days other than event days the cost is $250. Money well spent (imho).  You can get all the booking details on their website.

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Kath’s quote: “They are all but stomachs, and we all but food; They eat us hungerly, and when they are full, They belch us.”-William Shakespeare

 

 

 

 


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