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Where to Watch the Oregon Ducks in Tonight's Fiesta Bowl

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Wooooo football. It's not a national championship game or the Super Bowl, but the Oregon Ducks take on Kansas State in the Fiesta Bowl later today, which is just a good excuse as any to grab a few beers on a Thursday. Here's a quick rundown of spots showing the game and running specials:

1) Mi Mero Mole
What: Nick Zukin's guisados spot will cheer on the Ducks with $2 drafts, with mention of the "internet special"
Where: 5026 SE Division St.; 503-232-8226

2) EaT: An Oyster Bar
What: Pair raw oysters with a $2 Trumer Pils special all night during the game.
Where: 3808 North Williams Ave.; 503-281-1222

3) Oba Ristorante
What: In the Pearl, Oba! will televise the game in its lounge, with happy hour available all night.
Where: 555 NW 12th Ave.; 503-228-6161

4) Bazi Bierbrasserie
What: While guests watch the game on Bazi's immense screen, the bar will offer happy hour food and drink specials through the end of the match.
Where: 1522 SE 32nd Ave.; 503-234-8888

5) The EastBurn
What: Regular happy hour specials are on offering during the game, per PDXPipeline.
Where: 1800 E. Burnside St.; 503-236-2876

6) The Old Gold
What: The popular NoPo neighborhood bar will show the game with sound, which is important for some folks. Regular happy hour lasts until 7p.m.
Where: 2105 N Killingsworth St.; 503-894-8937

7) Bar alla Bomba
What: The game's on two screens, with happy hour until 7p.m. Also, a cocktail special dubbed the "Ole!," featuring vodka, gin, cointreau, and prosecco.
Where: 1101 E. Burnside St.; 971-266-8756

8) Radio Room
What: Another screening with sound; regular happy hour lasts until 6p.m.
Where: 1101 NE Alberta.; 503-287-2346

9) McMenamins
What: McMenamins will show the game at three of its theater locations: the Mission, Bagdad, and St. Johns. The Bagdad and St. Johns locations offer happy hour until 6p.m.
Where: various locations

Is your favorite sports spot missing from the list? Rep it in the comments.

Image of Mi Mero Mole courtesy Avila/EPDX

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