Rocco’s is a Valley sports bar mainstay. The atmosphere inside is always relaxed, and there are TV’s in every direction. The menu definitely leans towards the Italian side of things, and you’re definitely getting the pizza - everything from the buffalo mozzarella to the build-your-own is ideal for enduring your team’s impending November collapse. Important: They have Happy Hour every day from 3 to 7pm and drinks are two for one. Plan your Monday accordingly.
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