Shadyside's Buffalo Blues in ESPN 'best sports bar' contest
By William Loeffler
Published: Friday, Sept. 28, 2012, 9:01 p.m.
Buffalo Blues in Shadyside is a finalist in ESPN Mobile's nationwide search for the “Best Sports Bar in North America.” This is the third consecutive year for the ESPN contest, which received 5,000 submissions. Pittsburgh fans apparently thought enough of the place to place it among 12 finalists. They can now cast their vote again in the next round, which will narrow the field to the “final four.”
Voting ends at noon Tuesday. The national winner will receive a Monday Night Football event sponsored by ESPN. Fans may submit specific reasons or funny stories through the online nomination form. The fan who submits the funniest, clean story has a chance to receive an ESPN prize pack.
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