Rookies Sports Bar & Grill
- General Info:
- Rookies Sports Bar & Grill is a restaurant that serves a variety of food items. It offers Buffalo wings, mozzarella sticks, nachos, quesadillas, fried mushrooms, tacos, and chips and salsa dishes. The restaurant provides salads, fish platters and wraps. Rookies Sports Bar & Grill features a full-service bar and kitchen, as well as hosts tournaments, sports activities and live entertainment shows. The restaurant offers a range of catering services for private parties and special occasions. It also includes a game room that has pool tables and video games. Rookies Sports Bar & Grill features screen televisions, monitors and digital satellites.
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (281) 465-9464
Phone: (281) 298-7112
Primary Phone: (281) 298-7112
Fax Number: (281) 298-7112
- Payment method:
- all major credit cards, amex, master card, visa
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- Other Information:
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Cuisines: Barbecue, American
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Below Average
08/31/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Rookies is a cool bar that reminds me of Cheers. Great staff, great food, great drink specials ($4 bombs...yum!), brand new awesome TVs, every sports channel, need I say more. Never have an issue when I come here so Rookies is cool to me.
FYI to the other comment: That manager is not a greasy mexican or any type of mexican for that matter. They probably don't want your service if you're such a racist jerk so you'll be doing them a favor by not going back :)
08/30/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Rookies will never get another penny of mine or my friends. For the last 9 years me and all of my friends have made Rookies our place to go for everything from football games to PPV fights. But last weekend was the straw that broke the camels back. And hopefully the owner or somebody with some authority will read this. Rookies will ""reserve"" tables for big PPV events up to a week ahead of time. So like always I call about 5 days in advance because if you dont these idots will ""reserve"" the whole damn place and walk ins wont have a table to sit at (stupid idea by the way). So I get whoever I am speaking to on the phones confirmation that a table for my party of 10 has been reserved. We get there Saturday night around 8pm (because they said you have to be there an hour early to keep the reservation...no problem) and lo and behold...my party of 10 has a table of 4 to crowd around. I try to talk to the manger about it and he gets an attitude and tells me there wasnt enough people in my party to reserve the table I wanted..and was told I was going to get. So we are all crowded around this tiny table , getting horrible service. When right in front of us there is a table unoccupied that has more than enough room. Well remembering the ""be there an hour early"" rule I glanced at my watch and it was about 10min. till the event (9pm). So my group sits down and gets comfortable thinking all was good because this group didnt show up in time. Well I guess the ""hour rule"" doesnt apply to everybody because we sat there about 35 min. enjoying the UFC fight when that short , hispanic manager with the greasy pony tail came over and was being a complete dick about us sitting there. He said it was his call who got a table and who didnt and was very rude about the whole situation. Sorry for the novel here but the greasy hispanic manager doesnt realize he cost Rookies a lot of repeat business with his little greasy drama queen attitude. We just decided to start ordering it at the house. So in conclusion...if you dont know somebody there then you probably wont get a table...and if you do get one..it will only seat half of the people you need it to...and even then your service will suck...the food sucks...the prices suck...the mangers suck. To hell with Rookies Sports bar....I am done.
12/13/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Rookies has got to be the best bar in the Woodlands/Spring area. There is something going on everynight. Between sports on all of the big screen tvs, live bands, karaoke night, and poker night, Rookies has it all covered. Not to mention the great drink specials. You can drink cheap here. Oh, and try the burgers, they are great. Come check it out, see you there.
08/16/2002Provided by Citysearch -
This is the greatest sports bar in the Woodlands. Great food, live music, Karaoke, and friendliest people in town. No matter where you sit or stand, you always have a great view of their many TV's and Big Screens. They also have a patio area that has a large screen and regualr TV. This is a must for all your college and pro games.