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Football Game Day at Bar Rojo

Grand Hyatt San Antonio River Walk offers premier football game viewing experience at its Bar Rojo restaurant every Monday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday throughout the football season. Diners can cheer on their favorite professional or college team on the restaurant’s patio with an oversized outdoor screen showing a projection of the game. The Bar Rojo football viewing experience features a special game day menu which features BBQ wings, and “loaded chicken fries” with chicken tenders tossed in buffalo sauce and crema topped with pico de gallo and queso fresco, all served over fresh-made fries.

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