When you have a friend in Junction for the weekend and the question comes up "So where we watching the game?" I wasn't sure. I asked a few co-workers and did some sniffing around online and came up with a list. Are these "Top places to watch football in Junction?"

This is by no means is a comprehensive list. It's not in any particular order either. Just the feedback I received and if you've got a favorite, I'd love to hear about it.

Ray Michaels

Buffalo Wild Wings make the list because...well, it's BWW's and their position statement is "Beer, Wings, Sports." I'd say that qualifies.

Ray Michaels

To be honest I had not heard of Boston's until I began this investigation. I've only lived in Junction 4 months so there's plenty I don't know about but this place popped up on the list. I've not been there but looking at their menu online, their pizza looks really good. Plus they have a football as the header on their Facebook page.

Ray Michaels

Cruiser's claims to be "Grand Junction's favorite bar" and I have to agree. I have made it out a few times and the drinks are always great and a friendly wait staff. A Sunday $4 Bloody Mary secures them a spot on the list every time.

Ray Michaels

The Ale House is on my list of places I've got to try. I've had several people tell me they like it. The menu and atmosphere look's great.

Ray Michaels

I have been to Wrigley Field. I was invited out for a game of pool and some beers shortly after my arrival here. It's a great local place to take in a ball game. Plus that Ruben sandwich I had was really good.