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Nats at the Heights – Lakeland, Florida | 863area.com

About Nat’s at the Heights is located in the Clubhouse at Cleveland Heights Golf Course, which is open to the public. Great food and great service with a full service lounge and a beautiful outdoor patio overlooking the golf course. Basic Info Launched 2012 Location 2900 Buckingham Ave, Lakeland, Florida 33803 Food Styles American (Traditional) Barbeque Breakfast Brunch Burgers Cuban Fast Food Hot Dogs Pizza Sandwiches Seafood Price Range $ (0-10) Specialties Breakfast Lunch Dinner Coffee Drinks Attire Casual Services Takes Reservations Walk-Ins Welcome Good For Groups Good For Kids Take Out Catering Waiter Service Outdoor Seating Culinary Team Ruby Williams, Deb Bendele. Lula, Larry, Brian, Lisa, Tai Parking Parking Lot Payment Options Contact Info Phone (863) 834-2384

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One last Sunday Funday at Natalie’s Sportsbar

Come support one of the greatest hometown sports bars in polk county was one last time, as Natalie’s closes the doors for good tonight after last call.  So sad to see such an amazing place go. Hopefully in a few years the economy will turn around and this hometown gem will be back. We love you Nat & Kenny!

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Todays Lunch Recommendation: Natalie’s Wings n Pizza

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Spicy Jalapeno Wings & THE NATALIE Pizza Visit Natalie’s Directory Listing.

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Super Bowl Party @ Natalie’s

Don’t miss the party!  Wings and drinks on special all day! 3120 S. FLORIDA AVE.LAKELAND, FL 33803 863-644-6000

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Natalies Sportsbar & Grill


*BUSINESS HAS SINCE CLOSED IT’S DOORS. Find em on Facebook Click here View posts mentioning Natalie’s Address Was located at 3120 S. Florida Ave, Lakeland, FL 33803 · Get Directions https://www.nataliessportsbar.com About Was located at 3120 S. FLORIDA AVE.LAKELAND, FL 33803 General Manager Natalie & Kenny

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  Founded 2011 About A group of fans, friends, & sportsbar owners who are against sporting events being blacked out in their area bc of ticket sales. Description The NFL does not control the Blackout rule, nor do the local teams, or the media. The rule is in the hands of Congress, who ultimately are in the hands of the people. It should be noted that among the rules that come up the most often for change in congress, The Blackout Policy of 1973 is among the most each year. These old laws of 1973 are still in place and, in today’s economical times, do not positively help the teams (or the sport) maintain a following. In many cases, local taxpayers are paying to fund stadiums. Then the stadiums are hosting games the locals taxpayers do not have an opportunity to watch with family & friends, unless they buy tickets or ...

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