The Stadium Sports Bar & Grill Hosts WAAF’s Greg Hill’s First-Ever Beer Summit with Newly Elected Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown

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The Stadium Clubhouse, Stadium Sports Bar & Grill’s Ultra Sports Lounge, Opened its Doors for WAAF's Event Two Days in Advance of the Bar's February 4th Official Grand Opening

“We’re pleased to be able to accommodate such a momentous event two days before our grand opening,” said Kimberly Schofield, business development manager at Commonwealth Restaurant Group, owner of the new Stadium Clubhouse.

On Tuesday evening, Feb. 2, the Stadium Clubhouse, owned by Commonwealth Restaurant Group (CRG), opened its doors two days in advance of its official grand opening in order to host a small gathering of WAAF 107.3 FM listeners who had won a raffle to ask newly elected Massachusetts Republican Senator Scott Brown questions at the WAAF Brown Beer Summit. Proceeds from the Budweiser-sponsored event totaled $8,000 and benefitted Homes for Our Troops. The winners and their guests joined WAAF’s morning personality Greg Hill, a.k.a. The Hill-Man, and Sen. Brown over beers, discussing a wide variety of topics, from foreign policy and national fiscal issues to the latest skit about Sen. Brown on “Saturday Night Live,” as well as the Senator’s favorite in the upcoming Super Bowl.

CRG announced that it will kick off Super Bowl weekend with the grand opening of the Stadium Clubhouse on Thursday, Feb. 4. CRG’s latest addition to the Stadium Sports Bar & Grill in South Boston, the Stadium Clubhouse, located on the second floor, is an ultra sports lounge replete with trendy martini and Bloody Mary bars and several state-of-the-art high-definition televisions and projection screens. The Stadium Clubhouse will be open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night and for the viewing of sporting events such as the Super Bowl and March Madness. Offering its customers a more comfortable way to enjoy watching their favorite teams, the Stadium Clubhouse joins a family of Stadium Sports Bar & Grills, which includes additional locations in Quincy and at the Foxwoods Resort and Casino.

“We’re pleased to be able to accommodate such a momentous event two days before our grand opening,” said Kimberly Schofield, business development manager at CRG. “In the years to come, the Clubhouse looks forward to being a destination for all types of momentous events in Massachusetts.”

About Commonwealth Restaurant Group (CRG)
Commonwealth Restaurant Group has Stadium Sports Bar & Grill locations in Quincy, South Boston and Foxwoods Resort and Casino. All three feature weeknight events including karaoke and trivia. CRG will unveil a more extensive and revamped menu at the Stadium Clubhouse in the spring of 2010 and institute 25-cent wing nights in Quincy and South Boston, as well as 5-dollar burger nights at the Foxwoods Resort and Casino. CRG’s location in Quincy includes the Grey Goose Owner’s Box, complete with Wii and XBOX and Grey Goose bottle service. Visit stadiumbars.com for a complete lineup.

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