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Sunday, December 19, 2021

Where to Watch Football in Disney World?

by Ray Keating



December 19, 2021


The end of the NFL season is fast approaching. Your team is in the playoff mix. And you’re either vacationing at Walt Disney World, or you live locally but don’t have access to NFL Sunday Ticket via DirecTV? What to do?


Well, I came across an answer recently.

Head over to Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort. That’s always worth a visit. After taking a stroll around the place, head to Rix Sports Bar and Grill.


The food is pub-style adequate. I had the Kona Burger on a recent visit, which is a half-pound burger with grilled pineapple, teriyaki aioli, and wonton strips among the toppings. It was pretty good – not great, not poor. Matters improved just a bit by tossing in waffle fries. (Yes, I’m a sucker for waffle fries.)

Other items that caught my eye on the lunch menu were the Venetian Burger, Ale Battered Fish and Chips, a California Chicken Sandwich, and yes, I’d like to give the Meatloaf Sandwich a try. Also, I missed the Blue Cheese Cole Slaw last time, so that will be something to try.


Will there be a next time? Yes. I’m a local without DirecTV, and am a Minnesota Vikings fan. Our waiter informed us that Rix has NFL Sunday Ticket, with games spread across some 31 television screens. Count me in.


So, bring on the appetizers, the drinks, and the main menu items at Rix, and let’s go Vikings. Skol!




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