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HURRICANE, W.Va. — Sundays are synonymous with football, and if you’re looking for a place to watch the big game, you may want to take a look at Billy Sunday’s Sports Grille near the Teays Valley exit of Interstate 64. The sports bar features over 18 television screens and has a variety of appetizers, burgers, hot dogs and wings. The restaurant, opened in 2019, is owned by Billy and Bridgette Browning.

“My husband’s worked in a number of bars over the years. He owned another bar under this name near the St. Albans exit from 1997 until 2004,” said Bridgette Browning. “Since then, he’s had a number of businesses. We have two daughters and as they’ve gotten older, we needed another way to provide for college. So we decided to open a new bar under the Billy Sunday’s name.”

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