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NBA All-Star Weekend Watch Parties at VBGB and 8.2.0 Pizzeria and Bar
This Weekend
Date: February 15 - 17, 2019
Time: 11:30 am

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8.2.0 Pizzeria & Bar
820 Hamilton St
Charlotte, NC 28206

Site: https://820clt.com/

The 2019 NBA All-Star game is coming to the Queen City! Take part in the festivities at VBGB and 8.2.0 Pizzeria & Bar or swing by for a meal and drinks after catching the games in person. Both venues are just a short ride from Uptown, require no covers and parking is free.  


Enjoy complimentary karaoke all night long at 8.2.0 on both Friday and Saturday, with VIP booths available for reservation. Sip on drink specials, including $4 well drinks and $6 local cans along with a huge bar selection featuring craft cocktails on draft while watching the games on projector screens. Guests can also expect a dine-in only BOGO deal on entire pizza pies from 10 p.m. to 12 a.m.


At VBGB, the games and events will be shown on a 10-foot projector screen and guests can sip on 12 oz local draft beers for $4 along with $5 Fireball and $5 well drinks. BOGO pretzels with beer cheese will be available starting Thursday, February 14 through Sunday. Local DJs will be on the patio at 9:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday as well.



Come out February 15 - 17; hours vary. Check VBGB & 8.2.0 websites for specific hours of operation.




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