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Chief’s Sports Grill in Killeen prides itself in being a place where people from all walks of life, veteran or civilian, can come, be comfortable, and have a great time. It is a place of stories, experiences, and fellowship with old and new friends alike.
Located at 806 Atlas Avenue in Killeen, just off Trimmer in the Trimmer Estates neighborhood. Whether you walk, bike, or drive to Chief’s Sports Grill, you’ll find something more than your average “sports bar”.
From the kitchen, you’ll find the menu is beyond the average “drop and fry” choices. Oysters (raw or Rockefeller style) , street style tacos, gourmet burgers, southwest egg rolls, steaks, and more.
The bar has all your favorites and daily drink specials. Catch your favorite sports teams on the big screens or challenge your friends to a game of pool. Looking for a place to have your “girl’s night out”? Look no further than Chief’s Sports Grill. They even bake cakes for parties!
Happy Hour 4:30-8 … $1.50 Domestic Drafts/$2.00 Import Drafts
Chief’s Sports Grill’s hours of operation are:
Monday – Thursday: 4:30PM – 12AM
Fridays: 4:30PM – 2AM
Saturday: 11:30AM – 2AM
Sunday: 11:30AM – 12AM
Chief’s Sports Grill not only prides themselves on serving our current veterans, but also remembering those we have lost. Upon entering Chief’s Sports Grill you will always find the “Missing Man Table”.
What the Missing Man Table (the Fallen Comrade Table) means:
– Table set for one, is small, symbolizing the frailty of one isolated prisoner. The table is usually set close to, or within sight of, the entrance to the dining room.
– Tablecloth is white, symbolic of the purity of their intentions to respond to their country’s call to arms.
– Single red rose in the vase, signifies the blood that many have shed in sacrifice to ensure the freedom of our beloved United States of America. This rose also reminds us of the family and friends of our missing comrades who keep the faith, while awaiting their return.
– Yellow ribbon on the vase represents the yellow ribbons worn on the lapels of the thousands who demand with unyielding determination a proper accounting of our comrades who are not among us tonight.
– Slice of lemon on the bread plate: represents the bitter fate of the missing.
– Salt sprinkled on the bread plate: symbolic of the countless fallen tears of families as they wait.
– Inverted glass: represents the fact that the missing and fallen cannot partake.
– The Bible represents the spiritual strength and faith to sustain those lost from our country. (However, the bible is being removed from tables to prevent alienating service members who are not Christian and to avoid the government endorsing any one religion over another.)
– Lit candle: reminiscent of the light of hope which lives in our hearts to illuminate their way home, away from their captors, to the open arms of a grateful nation.
– Empty chair: the missing and fallen aren’t present.