If you want to see the Wildcats larger than life, try The Kentucky Theatre, which has the biggest digital screen in town.
The 800-seat movie theater, 214 East Main Street, will show the Notre Dame-Wichita State game at 7:15 p.m., followed by the University of Kentucky-West Virginia game, scheduled to start about 9:45.
Admission is free, and The Kentucky sells popcorn, soda, beer, wine and spirits at its concession stand.
During "Marzen Madness, West Sixth Brewing, 501 West Sixth Street, will have two projection screens for the game and German Marzen on tap. If you buy a stein for $12, you can refill it for $8, while they last.
Tin Roof, 303 South Limestone, will erect a tent over the patio and put a TV out there, manager Sarah Stephens said. If the Cats move on to the Elite Eight on Saturday, Stephens said, Tin Roof plans to fence in part of the parking lot and put in another TV screen, weather permitting.
Bourbon n' Toulouse will have a free buffet — with chicken etouffee, jambalaya and its vegetarian black beans and corn — next door at The Chevy Chase Inn, 833 Euclid Avenue, from 8:30 p.m. until the UK game is over, owner Kevin Heathcoat said.