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Today Show - Sports Grill Customers Talk about the MLB, Players Union

Major League Baseball is sitting down with players union for the eighth consecutive bargaining session. If MLB and players can’t reach a deal on a new collective barging deal by midnight, the start of the regular season could be delayed. NBC’s Sam Brock reports for TODAY.

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Wings for Wishes 

Technically not in March, but definitely worth knowing now. On April 2, from 11:30 am to 4 pm, Sports Grill will host Wings for Wishes. This Make-A-Wish charity event will take place behind the restaurant, and feature an amateur wing eating contest, signature wing tastings from South Florida’s best spots, and a special guest appearance by competitive eater Joey Chestnut. Purchase your tickets ($10-$120) at 1559 Sunset Drive.

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Florida Villager - Sports Grill: Great Food, Great Views and More

There’s no question that sports bars and restaurants have a lot of competition these days from national chains. But true fans of great food and great sports know that you just can’t beat a solid local spot with fantastic food and excellent views of the game. At Sports Grill’s seven Miami-area locations, that’s exactly what you’ll get.

“Sports Grill’s reputation is huge here in South Florida and has been for more than 35 years,” says COO and co-owner Christine Marques. “We strive for guest awareness with our reasonably priced food and our family environment. We make it simple to enjoy a good meal with a great drink to share with friends or family.”

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The Miami Herald: King, Ragone Land Sponsorship Deal

Quarterback D’Eriq King and linebacker Ryan Ragone, who share an apartment, have had their share of meals at the Sports Grill near campus. Both Hurricanes are from Houston and have a podcast called “The King and Ragone Show.” As of this week, it’s “The King and Ragone Show presented by Sports Grill,” as the restaurant has entered into a partnership with the players, who are now allowed to profit off their name, image and likeness because of recent state laws and NCAA rules. The podcast “is centered around the two football players from Houston playing in Miami and discussing life, football and family,’’ according to a Sports Grill release. “The partnership will include in-person events for fans to meet and hang out” with the players.

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Coral Gables The Magazine - Best Food & Drink in Coral Gables 2021

Best Chicken Wings – Sports Grill

The secret is in the name of the place. These wings are never exposed to the indignity of the fry basket. These babies are all grilled, and you’d be amazed at what that does for the flavor. The Miami Heat style wings – they have eight varieties – are a slam dunk.

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The Hungry Post: Fourth Of July Food Guide


Neighborhood: Various locations  
Good for: Wings   
Call your nearest location by July 3rd

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WSVN: South Florida hot spot Sports Grill celebrates 35th anniversary

The well-known restaurant has been around for more than three decades, and it is celebrating with specials all year long.

Sports Grill is known to give back to the local community year-round.

7News has worked with the South Florida family-owned business and took part in the Wings for Wishes competition in 2020.

The wing eating contest raises money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

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The Miami Herald: Who’s replacing the flowers at Surfside memorial? It’s a mission for this 17-year-old

As he typically does in times like these, he called a few of his friends and they began putting together a plan and calling companies asking them to help get food to first responders who are tirelessly looking for survivors in the rubble of the building. Pepsi donated 10 pallets of snacks and refreshments.

Karla Cuban Bakery began sending food, and continues to do so, Ferreiro said, as does the popular local restaurant chain Sports Grill. Tropical Smoothie Cafe also made 60 smoothies for HOAGH to pick up and give to the rescuers.

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El Nuevo Herald: ¿Quién sustituye las flores en el homenaje de Surfside? Es una misión para este joven de 17 años

Como suele hacer en momentos como este, llamó a algunos de sus amigos y empezaron a elaborar un plan y a llamar a las empresas para pedirles que ayudaran a hacer llegar alimentos al personal de emergencias, que buscan incansablemente a los supervivientes entre los escombros del edificio. Pepsi donó 10 pallets de aperitivos y refrescos. Karla Cuban Bakery comenzó a enviar alimentos, y sigue haciéndolo, dijo Ferreiro, al igual que la popular cadena de restaurantes locales Sports Grill.

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Miami New Times: Best Chicken Wings 2020 - Sports Grill

Sports Grill is a longtime local favorite, so much so that it has seven locations spanning South Florida since the first one opened over 30 years ago. With a nondescript name like Sports Grill, this neighborhood spot is unassuming, but the wings are our pick for the city’s best. They offer eight different styles, from buffalo to barbecue to jerk, plus some signature recipes, like the Miami Heat and Dale Style wings. But the classic option, and house favorite for decades, is the special grilled wings. They’re dipped in a vinegar-based sauce, charbroiled with just the right amount of crispiness, then finished with a light brushing of Sports Grill’s mildly spiced secret sauce, with your choice of ranch or blue cheese dressing on the side. As far as COVID-friendly offerings go, the South Miami location on Sunset Drive has outdoor seating available and also offers takeout, so you can bring the taste of football season home this year.

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The Miami Herald: Miami-based Sports Grill expands into Pembroke Pines

The west Broward restaurant formerly known as Rickey’s, which briefly became Nicky’s, only to go back to being Rickey’s, has been bought by Miami-based Sports Grill.

“It’s a natural growing process for us,” Sports Grill manager Mike “Spike” Anderson said of the expansion northward. “We brought someone on who used to be from Burger King, and that has been able to help us build on the company.”

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