The Royals are in the playoffs and it seems Kansas City is really interested.
Royals-Angels posted a 3.2 overnight, up 14% from last year’s TBS game (Dodgers-Braves). The game was an 8.5 in LA; 30.8 in KC.— John Ourand (@Ourand_SBJ) October 3, 2014
If you're going to watch the game, you might as well join others in celebration. So where are some watch parties?
If you're in Kansas City and you're looking for a watch party, the Power and Light District will be showing the game on the main screen in the courtyard, which is really an amazing place to be surrounded by fellow fans if you can brave the weather tonight (it is covered, but outdoors). The party starts at 5 p.m.
Screenland Armour in North Kansas City will show the game for free (with the purchase of concessions) on one of their screens starting at 6:15 p.m.
The Westport Flea Market is holding specials on burgers for $2.99, the price they were the last time the Royals made the playoffs.
Other popular bars in Kansas City to watch Royals games include McFadden's in the Power and Light District, The Peanut in the Crossroads, Kelly's in Westport, and The Well in Waldo.
Cinetopia in Prairie Fire in Overland Park is having a watch party on Sunday at 6 p.m., showing the game on their four-foot screen.
In Springfield, Missouri, Coyote Sports Cafe is having a Royals watch party, although you may have to suffer through Cardinals fans prior to the game.
I know many of you have been trying to organize watch parties in your various locations, so use this as an opportunity to get together. Where will you be watching the game tonight?