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Dave & Buster’s Tampa opens Monday October 30th to the public

Rumored for years, Dave & Buster’s is finally opening its doors to the public on Monday, October 30th, 2017. It is the 102nd location for the franchise which was founded in 1982 in Dallas, Texas.

The new building is located at 10209 Estuary Lakes Drive Tampa, FL 33619. The location is next to Bass Pro Shops and right at the tip of Brandon. It is easily accessible from I-75 and also the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway and located of Faulkeburg Road.  It will be open Sunday to Thursday from 11AM to Midnight and Friday and Saturday from 11AM to 2AM.

Coming in at 40,000 Square Feet – the building has a modern sports bar, dining area, and game room that will attract people of all ages. Parking is easily available in the parking lot right out front and there will be a number of deals available to customers.

More than 230 jobs are being created as a result of Dave & Buster’s entering the area and they are still hiring.

Dave & Buster’s Deals

Happy Hour is available Monday to Friday from 4:30PM-7PM Sunday to Thursday from 10PM-close.

Happy Hour includes:

  • 1/2 price cocktails
  • $2.50 domestic pints
  • $1 off 22 oz. drafts
  • $1 off glasses of wine
  • $3 off bottles of wine

2 for Tuesdays:

  • $2 tacos
  • $2 select beers
  • 2 FREE plays with $10 power card purchase/re-charge (all day)

1/2 price Wednesdays:

  • 1/2 off games all day

Football Game Day Specials (10/30/17-2/4/18 on Thursdays, Sundays, and Mondays):

  • $3.50 22 oz. select draft beers
  • $5 game day appetizers
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Carlos Eats Seoul: 400 Won Wing Night Tuesdays @ Beer O’ Clock

During my freshman year of college, I spent every Monday at Wingstop with the Vietnamese Student Association eating 35 cent wings. It was an experimental event that become a weekly tradition. There is nothing better than cheap and delicious wings (my two favorite words). Sometime later, Wingstop changed some of their policies and we stopped our visits. Last week, I started craving wings in Seoul and a quick Google search directed me to Beer O’ Clock.

Beer O’ Clock is a Canadian bar in Sinchon. When you enter you find American football on televisions and plenty of foreigners around. We came for their 400 won wing night. There are plenty of tables and open seating to provide ventilation to the room. The wing promotion has five varieties and to get the deal you must order a beverage. The waiter was quick to bring us our drinks and take our order.

Soda and basic beers are both 3,000 won. I decided to order a coke. I drank it down it down fast and then learned after asking that there were no free refills. You’ll want to be careful about this since I find it very difficult to enjoy wings with water. Some American food, mainly burgers, wings, fries, and pizza just taste great with some soda or beer.

Our table ordered two types of fries. The bacon and cheese fries cost 9,000 won and are delicious. The cheese is melted perfectly between the fries and the bacon tastes great as well. The price is certainly high for french fries, but split among a few friends it wasn’t too bad. Each person at my table order 10 wings for a total of 4,000 won per person.

The regular plate of fries costs 7,000 won and is also great. They went much faster than the other fries, but were enjoyable down to the last bite. The wait for the wings was a little long, I would say we waited at least 30 minutes for our wings. When they arrived we were ready to get our wing fix on.

The BBQ wings were appetizing, but needed to be dipped in a sauce. I asked the waiter for some ranch dressing, but he disappeared after dropping off the wings and never came back to ask if we needed anything else. Nevertheless, it was nice to have some BBQ as finding food in BBQ sauce is a rare find in Seoul.

The plain wings were just that: plain. Make sure you have something to dip them in.

The hot wings were quickly being eaten by my friends. I personally don’t eat hot wings so I can’t comment on the taste. However, they looked pretty appetizing.

The Rancho-Relaxo wings had an interesting sauce to them. Different, but not particularly my favorite. I could take or leave them.

My personal favorite were the Greek wings. They had a lemon pepper taste to them that was invigorating. I could not stop myself from grabbing more and I actually felt a little sad when they were all gone. It was the most memorable part of my meal and in the future I would be sure to order these wings again.

Overall, Beer O’ Clock is a decent pub with some delicious and cheap wings. Perfect for a college student and someone who wants to spend some times in a sports bar without spending too much cash. I would return again for their wing night in the future. I invited some other friends who came later at night (past 9PM) but found the wings sold out so make sure you head early if you’re planning to eat dinner there.

Restaurant Name: Beer O’ Clock

Cuisine: Pub grub

Neighborhood: Sinchon, Itaewon

Address: Seodaemoon Gu, Changchun Dong 52-53 2nd floor

Phone Number: (02) 3339733

Website: http://www.beeroclock.ca/