A casual neighborhood joint where the kiddos are just as welcome as the sports fans; where parents can kick back with a game on the TV while their young'ins try their hand at the arcades in the back.If you're looking for a dingy, smoky sports bar with mediocre nachos and tepid beer keep looking. Yes, this bar and grill is definitely sports fan-friendly, thanks to a ring of televisions encircling the bar, broadcasting live sporting events of all kinds. But how many sports bars do you know that offer wild Alaskan salmon sliders or skewered beef kabobs? How about a family-friendly atmosphere, with TV's in each booth and a handful of arcade games in the corner? Welcome to Roswell's new take on the sports bar, family-friendly and smoke-free with a bit of a culinary twist. (And while those games are meant for the kids, we won't judge if you try your hand at that claw machine.)
Roswell City Grill is a best-of-both-worlds kind of place where passionate sports (and beer) fans can get their fill at the bar, while families can sidle into a booth, maybe turn on the in-booth TV, and enjoy food a step beyond your typical sports bar fare: prosciutto-topped chicken, flatbread pizza, kabobs, bruschetta, and more. While the youngins are awaiting their pizza or ravioli from the kids' menu, they can occupy themselves with the arcade games in the back—where, for the grown-ups, there's also a pool table. So, to recap: sports den in the front, dining area, arcade, and billiards in the back? We'd call it a mullet, but we dig this joint too much for that. Instead, we'll just go ahead and call it a casual neighborhood bar, where the kiddos are just as welcome as the sports fans, and where parents can kick back with a pitcher and a game on the TV while their little whippersnappers try their hand at the claw machine. And we all know that thing can keep anyone occupied for hours.
Salmon Sliders, $7.99
Fish Tacos, $5.99
Wings, $5.99 - $16.99
Sunday - Wednesday, 11 a.m. - 12 a.m.
Thursday - Saturday, 11 a.m. - 2 a.m.