Caleb & Broad Super Bowl Newport RI

There is no better way to watch the Providence College Friars in NCAA tournament play than with others who love PC as much as you do.

Tyler Bernadyn, a 2011 Providence College Graduate and bartender at Caleb & Broad and Midtown Oyster Bar, will be hosting an official game watch at Caleb & Broad.

Round 1 – The game starts at 9:45pm on March 17th and Caleb & Broad will have full on surround sound and the game will be on all tv’s as well as on their 120″ HD projection screen. Caleb & Broad’s kitchen will stay open late for the game.

Round 2 – PC’s game vs UNC at 9:40pm on March 19th and Caleb & Broad will have full on surround sound and the game will be on all tv’s as well as on their 120″ HD projection screen. Caleb & Broad’s kitchen will stay open late for the game.

Game watches will be held at Caleb & Broad for each round that PC advances.

Caleb & Broad is the only official game watch location in Newport and is  located at 162 Broadway.

If you can’t join everyone at Caleb & Broad, the Friar basketball game will be broadcast on TBS and 103.7 WEEI FM at 9:45 p.m. EDT on Thursday, March 17.

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