Visited this establishment for the first time tonight, May 5, 2012. Entered Tobacco Road at 8pm and asked the hostess if it was okay if we went to the bar and got a drink, she said that was perfectly fine and that the inside bar was open as well as the outside bar that overlooks the Durham Bulls field. My party and I proceeded to go to the bar and ordered a few beers, and hour and a half later, at 9:30 p.m., we were approached by the owner Brian Amran and asked to either purchase a wrist band for 15 dollars to remain in the restaurant and watch the Boxing fight, or we would have to leave. This was the first time we were even aware that the Boxing fight was on, as I have no interest in watching fighting and were sitting outside not watching T.V., but instead having a good social interaction with friends. As we were rudely escorted outside of the establishment, I looked for any posted signs that said there would be a 15 dollar cover charge if you remained in the establishment after the Boxing fight began at 9 p.m., I found none. I feel that this establishment violated my consumer rights and I plan to file a complaint with the Better Business Bureau as well as the Attorney General's Office. I enjoyed the establishment up until this point in the evening, so if you plan on going to Tobacco Road, make sure to check the Boxing fight schedule so that you aren't asked to leave if you refuse to pay their 15 dollar cover charge!