My love of sports continues to this day. I'm not ashamed to admit that I spend an unhealthy amount of time (and calories) watching them on TV, following them online, agonizing over the sad fact that my beloved Baltimore Orioles haven't posted a winning season since I was a college sophomore. Nor am I ashamed to admit that, when the mood strikes, a sports bar is exactly where I want to watch the game: cold beer, sloppy burgers and TV monitors bigger than some of the taco joints I've reviewed.Visit the RFT restaurant page late tomorrow afternoon or check back here Wednesday morning to see what I think.
At The Post Sports Bar & Grill, the beer is cold, the burgers are sloppy and while the TVs might not be taqueria-size, the menu does include Buffalo chicken dip.
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