If you treat watching sports like hunkering down for a tornado drill, then Steins is a good place to go. They serve hearty food that will keep you fed for the entire game, a good German beer selection, and a super friendly staff, which doesn’t necessarily help in the case of a tornado drill or your team losing, but doesn't hurt.
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