Sporcle Live Spotlight: Johnny J’s Pub & Grille

Sporcle Live Spotlight: Johnny J’s Pub & Grille

Johnny J’s Pub & Grille, Multiple Locations, Ohio

Johnny J’s Pub & Grille – Your Hometown Sports Bar! It’s a bold statement that could quickly deflate the mood if it didn’t deliver on its promise. Open 7 days a week, 365 days a year, you can catch your favorite teams any day that you please. Browns, Cavaliers, Indians, Buckeyes…it doesn’t matter; Johnny J’s has the game on and your seat ready.

You can “chow down and drink up” at Johnny J’s even into the late night since the kitchen is open until 2 AM every day.

The new Beer Mac n’ Totcho is a shareable layering of tater tots topped with cheddar beer mac n’ cheese, BBQ pulled pork, pecan-wood smoked ham and red onion served with a side of sour cream. The Sauerkraut Balls are fried and served with Great Lakes Dortmunder Beer Mustard.

The popular Jameson-Glazed choices feature ordinarily filling meals covered in Jimmy J’s signature thick Jameson whiskey glaze. Sirloin steak, chicken, surf & turf, and chicken & shrimp all get a level up underneath this tasty overlay. For a change of pace, try the Jameson-Glazed Brussels Sprouts, grilled and topped with the whiskey glaze, diced bacon, and pecans. There is also a Jameson-Glazed burger topped with corned beef, braised cabbage, the whiskey glaze, and Swiss cheese.

Jimmy J’s is a beer haven, with over 40 beers on tap to complement your meal. If you’re not in the mood for the fizz, there is an ample selection of wines and soft drinks to quench your thirst.

Slide into the first half of the week with Sporcle Live Trivia, where you can flex your grey matter with the most fun 20 questions you’ll ever be asked. Every Jimmy J’s hosts two games of Sporcle on Tuesdays beginning at 7, giving away gift cards and swag to the winning teams from both games!

With five locations in Medina, Portage Lakes, Springfield, Strongsville, and Valley, you don’t have to travel far to find great food and sports!

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