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Businiess name:  Amf 300 Austin
Review by:  citysearch c.
Review content: 
I was at this sports bar for game 5 of the Hornets vs Spurs game which started at 8:30 in the evening. The game was intense up to halftime, my party of 8 which included family members and friends were feeling good as well as approximately 12 other people in this bar. We were all eating from your menu as well as ordering beverages and from the looks of it, the rest of your patrons were doing the same thing. This all sounds pretty good and standard for a good sports bar right? Well next came the ultimate buzz letdown. Management made the most moronic, careless and irresponsible move known to the sporting world. His decision was to close the bar at 11:00pm regardless as to whether the game was finished or not. I've never in my life heard of a sports bar kicking out their patrons before the completion of a game, let alone a game of this magnitude, just so they can close on time?? I felt like an idiot because I referred this sports bar to my friends and family, where I could've easily taken them to Bikini right down the street with beautiful girls serving us hand and feet. We didn't go there because we felt it would be packed due to the game and we wanted the close cozy personable atmosphere that I though this place had. Instead, we get a bartender turning off the volume at halftime and shouting out to all the patrons that he was forced by management to close the doors at 11:00 pm and we would have to find somewhere else to go to finish watching the game. You talk about letting the air out of the bag on what was an intense and heart pumping game and atmosphere. Not only did this establishment lose money on the food and beverage we and the other patrons were willing to spend but they lost my respect, all the other patrons' respect and any further patronage back to this establishment by all of us and our friends. Word of mouth will eventually spread to all the people affected by management's poor decision to close the doors on us!

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