Sundays - Kids Eat Free
BURGER NIGHT AT QB'S A MUST VISIT!
Every Tuesday, 5:00 PM
Every Tuesday night starting at 5 pm until the late night, we feature any single homemade burger on the menu for only $13.99. Drop by Burlington, Ontario's family-friendly sports bar with some delicious homemade food. We do our French fries in-house. Every Tuesday night is NTN trivia where QB Sports Bar Grill Games plays against all the other bars in North America in a trivia challenge.
UFC 222 WOMEN'S FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP SAT. MARCH 3RD
Saturday, March 3, 2018, 10:00 PM to 1:00 AM
QB Sports Bar Grill Games located in Burlington, Ontario will be showing UFC 222, Live on Saturday, March 3rd at 10 pm. The title fight between Holloway and Edgar has fallen through for a second time. The two were supposed to meet at UFC 218, on Dec. 2 in Detroit, but Edgar was forced out with an injury.
The new main event is for the Featherweight Women’s Championship between Cyborg Kunitskaya, which should prove to be a foremost event of its own.
The life of an MMA fan can be tough sometimes, what with all the lengthy USADA drug suspensions of top stars, and the seemingly endless stream of main events called off due to injury. The latest example of that is the UFC 222 fights between featherweight champ Max Holloway and Frankie Edgar, nixed over a leg injury Holloway suffered in training.
On the same day of Holloway's withdrawal, the UFC reportedly pursued a UFC Bantamweight Championship bout between current champion T.J. Dillashaw and former champion Cody Garbrandt to headline this event, in what would be a rematch of their UFC 217 encounters, in which Dillashaw recaptured the title with a TKO win. However, Dillashaw declined the offer citing a few reasons: the recent birth of his first child, not being in a training camp, disbelief that Garbrandt deserves the title shot, as well as a targeted UFC Flyweight Championship challenge against the champion Demetrious Johnson (who is currently recovering from a surgery).
Connor McGregor never attempted to defend the belt after beating Aldo and ultimately left the division, which is why Edgar’s trainer, Mark Henry, was critical of McGregor’s message in an Instagram post of his own. Henry said McGregor has ducked Edgar three times during the past and added both Edgar and Edgar’s manager, Ali Abdelaziz, asked for a fight with McGregor when Holloway withdrew from the March 3 event. It all goes down this Saturday at QB Sports Bar Grill Games located in Burlington, Ontario.
Kids Eat for 1/2 Price during March Break
Monday, March 12, 2018 to Wednesday, March 14, 2018, 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Join QB Sports Bar Grill Games, located in Burlington, Ontario for March Break. We are offering Kids Eat for 1/2 price starting on Monday, March 12th through Wednesday, March 14th from 11 am until late night. QB's is a Family Friendly Sports Bar.
GOOD FRIDAY MARH 30TH - A Must Try Salt and Vinegar Fish and Chips
Friday, March 30, 2018, 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM
Don’t blink — because if you do, you will pass QB Sports Bar Grill Games when heading east on Fairview Street. This is the restaurant to be at on Good Friday, March 30th to enjoy some of Burlington, Ontario’s best fish and chips. QB’s has been around for 27 years, and they will be around for another 27 years if they keep serving the fish and chips like they do. Delicious!
When you are in the mood for fish and chips then look for your locally owned Family-Friendly restaurant and bar. Is it the salt and vinegar chip batter, the fries and coleslaw or just the combination of all that appeals to so many people? Did I also say the serving is huge?! Either way, you can’t beat it. When you first walk in you, QB’s is personable and inviting. You are greeted by a friendly face who is also very nice. You’ve got to try out our Salt and Vinegar Fish and Home-cut chips on this upcoming Good Friday on March 30th.
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UFC 223 Are We Looking at 0-4 Saturday, April 7th Live at 10 pm - No Cover Charge
Saturday, April 7, 2018, 10:00 PM to 1:00 AM
Tony Ferguson isn’t the only person unclear about the stakes involved in his April 7 title defense against Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 223 live at QB Sports Bar Grill Games located in Burlington, Ontario. With UFC president Dana White outright refusing to say that the promotion’s absentee lightweight champion, Connor McGregor, will be stripped of his belt, the question of whether Ferguson and Nurmagomedov are fighting for the legitimate 155-pound title at UFC 223 — as White claimed — or Ferguson’s interim strap is the biggest elephant in the room heading into what should be a marquee fight for the UFC’s most talent-rich division. Former lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez is among those perplexed by the situation. But considering the rocky past of Ferguson vs. Nurmagomedov — a matchup that has been booked in each of 2015, 2016, and 2017, only to fall apart every time — Alvarez also has a theory about what the promotion is hoping to achieve with UFC 223. “What’s going on is: This fight is 0-for-3. They’re not going to strip Connor of a belt, then have a vacant title for a fight that’s 0-for-3,” Alvarez said this week on The MMA Hour. “They have not been able to make this fight. Every time they book it, they’re not able to make the fight. Either Khabib gets hurt or Tony gets hurt or someone gets hurt. So I think what the UFC’s thinking is — this is a theory, it’s just an opinion on my part — this fight is not going to happen. “It’s a very unlikely chance that it’s going to happen, so they’re not going to strip the champion and then have this fight fall through and not have a champion. So, I think the day of weigh-ins, they’re going to strip. It’s going to make real big news, and they’re going to have a title fight and it’s also going to make big news.
As a result, “The Underground King” knows he could be in a prime position if disaster strikes and Ferguson vs. Nurmagomedov goes 0-for-4, so he’s staying ready in case the UFC needs a last-minute call-up to help save UFC 223. “Regardless of how UFC 223 shakes out, Alvarez’s next fight is going to be a big one for the former lightweight champion, as it will represent the last fight on Alvarez’s current UFC deal.