Two places come to mind.
Buffalo Wild Wings http://www.facebook.com/BuffaloWildWings#!/BuffaloWildWings?sk=app_118805681547908
Both offer some incentives to get you in their door to have your draft and both offer lots to see once you are there. (I am talking about their big screen TVs...)
BWW currently is offering $100 worth of food, a draft kit and free Wi-Fi if you draft there. Note you must have 8 or more teams present and the food comes in gift certificates for future visits. Still not bad an offer.
Hooters is offering a free draft kit (available 8 Aug) and free Wi-Fi (most locations) if you go there. The kit has a hat, can cooler, draft board and more.
Either place is a winner in my book.
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