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Mon 4 pm - 12 am Tues-Fri 11 am - 2 am Sat 11 am - 2am Sun 11 am - 12 am


Here at the Old Pro we focus on
quality local ingredients that
still stay within our casual,
reasonably priced theme.
But most importantly,
to make food that
tastes pretty
damn good!



Our menu encompasses a thoughtful
list of local craft beers, seasonal
cocktails, and notable California
wines. When available, we use only
the freshest organic ingredients
and juices pressed in house.
Any beer on tap is welcome
in the tower.


Whether your jam is Basketball, Football,
Hockey or Baseball, we've
got you covered!

Come watch your favorite teams
with your favorite people on
24 of our big screens!

all Fox sports net channels
are always broadcasted

Ready to book your party's event?


Since our humble beginnings in 1964, The Old Pro
has been and continues to be the proud recipient
of many honors and awards from the restaurant
community and local media. We are extremely
proud of these honors and we will continue
to make 'The Pro' even better so we can
keep racking up even more awards in the
future. We wish to thank all of you
Old Pro Faithfuls and loyal customers
that have voted for us in various
publications and many websites.
We couldn't have done it
without you!




Mon: 4 pm - 12 am (no lunch)
Tues-Fri: 11 am - 2 am
Sat: 9 am - 2 am
Sun: 10 am - 12 am

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Take a look at the poll, cast a vote, and then explain yourself in the Comments below.. This was mentioned in today's Newswire, but I wanted to make sure Aaron Wilson's story about Duane Brown's rehab from the torn quad he suffered in the Texans' regular season finale got highlighted.. From Wilson's article: "I've been very fortunate that the surgery went well,, and the rehab is going amazing," Brown said.. "I'm really progressing rapidly.. I still have a long way to go, but I'm on track for the first game." "I'm definitely doing great," Brown said. "Everything has been very positive." Of course, the always present caveat of rehab being a fluid situation should be taken into account, but I'll take good news in April over bad news in April any day of the week and twice on Sunday. It'd be a boon for the Texans to have their starting left tackle back when Brock Osweiler takes his first real snap under center for the good guys in September.