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Where to catch the World Series in Houston: 34 hot deals at Houston's best bars and restaurants

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With the Astros set to square off against the Washington Nationals in the World Series, every Houston restaurant with a TV (more or less) wants to be included in the festivities. Skim the list below to find special dishes, extended happy hours, and even free queso.

Springer dingers and Bregman bombs will reap their own rewards in form of freebies for every Astros home run. Read on to find the right deal for a perfect game day experience.

A’bouzy

This champagne-fueled restaurant in River Oaks is offering 50-cent Gulf oysters on the half shell during the games, which will be on shown on TVs in the bar and patio. When the Astros win, the restaurant's extensive champagne list will come in handy.

Axelrad

The Midtown hot spot will show all of the games on its giant outdoor screen. Dine on pizza from Luigi's next door or one of the on-site food trucks. The craft beer selection is among the city's best.

B&B Butchers & Restaurant

The luxurious steakhouse feature four hot dog specials ($14-$124) featuring Texas wagyu dogs topped with classics like mustard and sauerkraut all the way to two ounces of Japanese wagyu and sauteed Maine lobster. Even better, diners who eat at B&B before the game can get a ride on the restaurant's shuttle bus (seats limited, reservations required).

Bernie's Burger Bus

All four locations are offering a deal on hot dogs: buy one, get the second for just $2. Options include a bacon-wrapped dog topped with diner's choices of: chili and green chile queso, guacamole and chipotle aioli, or white cheddar and brisket. In addition, get a pint of Texas craft beer for only $4.

Brennan’s of Houston

Watch the games on the patio at this Houston institution while dining on a special menu of $7 bar bites created by chef Joe Cervantez. Dishes include: duck fat chili cheese fries, 44 Farms chili hot dog, crab boil-spiced fried chicken wings, and a fried oyster boy. To drink, choose from two for $7 select beers, select wines for $7, or the Line-Drive Lemonade (vodka, gin, Blue Curacao, house lemonade, lemon-lime soda).

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Eric Gordon has lost a tremendous amount weight during the shutdown. His biggest aspiration is to stay healthy and be more fit for the shorter season. He told the media that he feels confident about this team, and is optimistic about getting his shot back consistently.

"Everybody knows we're a dangerous team. We can beat anybody, and we can beat ourselves" said Gordon. "It's all about finding that consistent path. There are only eight games and playoffs around the corner, we have to be dominant from start to finish."

Gordon is at a career low shooting 37 percent from the field this season, while playing in only 34 games. During the season he went through a couple of injuries while averaging 14.5 points per game. For Gordon to be productive he needs to remain healthy so the Rockets can be successful. If Russell Westbrook or James Harden are off to a bad start, Gordon is a great weapon to go to. Even though Gordon's stats dropped from the previous two years, there can always be a quick turnaround.

Gordon's injury caused him to miss quite a bit of time, so it was hard for him to get back in rhythm. That can always throw a great shooter like Gordon off. The quarantine allowed Gordon to get healthy and practice his shot more. Before the season started, Gordon signed a four-year, $76 million contract extension. Daryl Morey is extremely confident about having Gordon on the Rockets. Morey was seen working with Gordon after practice Tuesday.

Mike D'Antoni has loved the way Gordon has looked on the court. As D'Antoni watched the Rockets five on five practice, he's been observing Gordon very carefully.

"He hasn't missed a rep. Looks good. Shooting the ball extremely well," said D'Antoni during the Zoom press conference. "Getting Eric Gordon in the groove and getting him going is very important. And also, getting the other guys to be able to maybe even have more opportunities."

When Gordon is consistent and healthy, it is a scary sight to opposing teams.

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