Owner Curtis Jordan, known as Cujo, played defensive back at Texas Tech University and Lubbock Monterey High School. He continued to play in the NFL for 11 seasons, first with the Washington Redskins from 1982 to 1987 and then with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1976 to 1982. Curtis was awarded two Super Bowl rings for participating in the 1982 Super Bowl game against the Miami Dolphins and the 1983 Super Bowl game against the Oakland Raiders.
In Washington, D.C., Curtis built several popular eateries while he was a player for the Redskins. After his playing days, he pursued this field as a career. Curtis “came home” to Lubbock in 1992, where he resumed his restaurant career by opening the former Whaler’s Bay and later Cujo’s Sports Bar & Grill. It is certainly a monument to the sports world, with fantastic food, a great environment, and the coldest beer in Texas. Most of the memorabilia hanging on Cujo’s walls is from Curtis’ collection. The place has more than 40 TVs, interactive games, and a pool table.
Today, Cujo’s Sports Bar & Grill offers a wide range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Non-drinkers can ask for Barq’s Root Beer, Red Bull, and fountain drinks. You can pair these beverages with different variations of sides, pizzas, sandwiches, and tacos.
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