Apr 15

Where to Watch the Calgary Flames Playoff Run on Stephen Avenue (and beyond)

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Bank and Baron - 125 8th Ave SW - Games with sound! Drink specials!

Flames Central - On a reservation basis. See their website for more details.

Local on 8th Avenue - 310 8 Avenue SW

Metropolitan Grill - #150 - 317 8 Avenue SW

The Libertine - 223 8 Avenue SW

Below Deck Tavern - 221 8 Avenue SW

The Unicorn - 304 8 Avenue SW

Original Joe’s - 109 8 Avenue SW

Sandstone Lounge at the Hyatt Regency - 112 8 Ave SE

Catch & the Oyster Bar (downstairs) - 100 8 Ave SE

Earl’s Lounge - 315 8 Ave SW (Banker’s Hall)

V Lounge - 315 8th Ave SW (Banker’s Hall)

Bear and Kilt Freehouse - 110 8 Avenue SW

Beyond Stephen Avenue

Hy’s Steakhouse - 751 3rd St SW (1st floor of CORE Shopping Centre)

Barcelona Tavern - 501 8 Ave SW

Ceili’s on 8th - 803 8 Ave SW

Ceili’s on 4th - 351 4 Ave SW

Pig & Duke on 4th - 503 4th Avenue SW

Garage Sports Bar - Eau Claire Market, #195 200 Barclay Parade SW

Ki Japanese - 308 4th Ave SW

The Palomino - 109 7th Ave SW


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