Here are 10 local joints that will be screening the fight on Saturday.
The Really Big Screens
Cinemark McCreless Market
(4224 S. New Braunfels Ave., 210-532-4459, cinemark.com
) will broadcast the fight live on the big screen at 8 p.m., courtesy of Fathom Events. Tickets prices range from $10-$17. The Santikos Rialto
(2938 N.E. Loop 410, (210) 656-8261, santikos.com
) will also screen the Fathom Events simulcast, but it'll cost you $20.
The Sports Bars (and the Amp Room)
Here are the cover prices for some local restaurants and bars that will be broadcasting the fight. Let's start with the free one. The Watering Hole
(9809 Fredericksburg Road, 210-778-9543, facebook.com
) is not charging a cover for Cotto vs. Canelo. Alamo Ice House
(802 N. Alamo St., 210-758-5151, alamoicehouse.com
) is also not charging cover. They'll be projecting the fight on an outdoor screen (weather permitting).
Sports Haus Bar
(19141 Stone Oak Pkwy., 210-451-9200, sportshausbarstoneoak.com
) is charging a $20 cover and will begin seating at 7 p.m. Call to make a reservation. Brews Brothers
(7403 Leslie Road, 210-577-5561, facebook.com/brewsbrotherssa
) is throwing a parking lot viewing party for the fight. Cover is $10 after 8 p.m. Tilted Kilt
(2070 North Loop 1604 E., (210) 497-2800, sanantonio.tiltedkilt.com
) is charging $15 cover.
Patty Mill's home away from home, The Roo Pub
(19314 U.S. 281 N., Suite 109, 210-491-4425, theroopub.com
), and Twin Peaks
(Multiple locations, twinpeaksrestaurant.com
) are both charging a $10 cover. Same goes for Leaky Barrel (7959 Fredericksburg Rd., Suite 131, 210- 577-5470, facebook.com/leakybarrelsa
) When the last punch is thrown, M.O.E and Nightlife Junkys will host an after party with DJ D1. Finally The Amp Room
(2407 N. Saint Mary's St., 210-320-2122, theamproom.com
) is selling tickets to their fight broadcast for $12-$15.
Of course, these aren't all the places in town. We'll be updating with fight listings once we confirm information. If your bar is broadcasting the fight, email the deets to firstname.lastname@example.org
Puerto Rico's Miguel Cotto takes on Mexico's Samuel "Canelo" Alvarez in a much anticipated bout on Pay-Per-View this weekend. The fight will be broadcast live on Saturday, November 21 at 8 p.m. local time, and it'll cost you $59.99 for standard definition, or $69.99 for HD. Sure, you can splurge to watch the fight at home, or can head out and watch the fight at a local sports bar. Yes, there will be a cover charge, but it will be much less than that pay-per-view fee, leaving more money in the budget for food, booze and beer.