Family-friendly places to watch the Colts v. Titans SNF game

Colts quarterback Andrew Luck (12) celebrates a game-tying touchdown during the final minute against the New York Giants in Indianapolis, Sunday, Dec. 23, 2018. The Colts beat the Giants 28-27. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)
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INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) —If you can't make it to Nashville to see the Colts play the Tennessee Titans for Sunday Night Football this weekend, Indy bars and restaurants will have your back.

Carlos Diaz stopped by Pearl Street Pizzeria & Pub in Fishers on Sunrise to see what the family-family restaurant has in store for the big game this weekend.

Owners Courtney and Dave Andrus knew they wanted to have a family-friendly sports because they have young kids themselves. They wanted a safe place for the whole family to come together and watch sports and have fun.

Pearl Street will have a watch party for Sunday Night Football. There are locations both in Fishers and downtown Indy. Dave says they do their best to make their business a family-friendly environment by not only providing great food from scratch, but also by emphasizing great service whether you're at the bar or at a table.

Here are other family-friendly places that will be airing the game:

  • Sahm's Bar & Grill
  • Rockstone Pizzeria & Pub
  • High Velocity Sports Bar at the JW Marriott
  • Wolfie's Grill
  • Ale Emporium
  • Luciana's Mexican Restaurants
  • Greek's Pizzeria

If you'd rather stay in and watch at home, WTHR coverage of the game will begin at 6 p.m. Sunday.

If you're thinking of traveling to Nashville to see the game in person, there are some budgeting breakdowns that may help you decide.

Nashville is about a four-hour drive from Indianapolis, so gas round trip could cost anywhere from $60 to $90. Driving is probably a better option than flying since there are no direct flights from Indy to Nashville. You'll get there sooner than trying to find a connecting flight.

Once you're there, hotels may be a little pricey. Within walking distance to the stadium, you'll find prices for three-star hotels around $225 to $420 per night. But if you're willing to stay a few miles out, three-star hotels within miles miles of the stadium are as cheap as $125.

As for tickets, watching from the upper deck will run you about $100. Obviously, the closer you get from there, the more expensive.

In the instance the Colts win and the Houston Texans lose to the Jacksonville Jaguars, there will be a playoff game at Lucas Oil Stadium. Tickets to that potential game are on sale now. Buy them at Ticketmaster.com.

The cheapest tickets for that game are $74. If that scenario does not play out, anyone who bought a ticket would receive a full refund.