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Make The Park Sports Bar your new hangout

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Cheap, affordable drinks and free pizza?! That sounds like every college students dream. Listen up San Antonio Collegiates! Are you looking for a place to unwind (or to get a little rowdy)? Or maybe you are looking to meet some new people and make new friends? Check out The Park Sports Bar for your next night out.

We've all heard the saying, "never judge a book by it's cover." Well sports bars are no different! At first glance, The Park is seemingly nothing more than a dive located in a small retail-business shopping center, on the outskirts of the Med Center off Babcock Rd.

Filled with UTSA and other various sports team memorabilia, the bar is filled with pool tables, arcade games and flat screens aplenty. The Park Sports Bar has everything you need for a relaxing and entertaining night with friends and strangers alike.

Are you an avid UFC fan? The Park never has a cover charge and partners with www.whatapartysa.com for popular UFC Pay-Per-View events that draw big crowds. The fights are always aired and the bar is home to deep discounted drink specials, including $2.00 beers and $2.75 wells. And here's the kicker: FREE PIZZA for ALL of the patrons of the bar! It really doesn't get any better.

With local musicians often gracing the ear drums of bar regulars to daily and weekend happy hour specials, The Park with it's true Texas nature, is filled with friendly and smiling faces of an always welcoming crowd. From young to old frequenters, this bar offers exciting weekly events that are sure to please. So hit up The Park for their next beer pong tournament and take a stab at earning the cash prize, or just stop by to catch a quick drink on your way home from work!

"Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name and they're always glad you came." If edgy and a little bit raw is your thing, make The Park Sports Bar your regular hangout!

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