24 "Sports!" restaurants in Seattle.
These are the places that A) serve good food and B) have televisions that will be showing any big games. Some of them only serve bar food, but don’t act like that isn't what you want when you're watching sports. Even if your team doesn't win, come hungry and you'll at least leave somewhat happy.
Tavern Hall is a great happy hour spot in Bellevue with hand shuffleboard and really good nachos.
Stout is a Capitol Hill utility bar. It’s never too busy, and works for groups, birthday pre-games, and watching sports. The food is decent too.
The Duchess is a dog-friendly tavern in Ravenna that serves American bar food.
Local Public Eatery is a sports bar and restaurant in South Lake Union where you should be watching the Seahawks play.
Petoskey’s Pizza is a fun spot in Fremont that feels like a restaurant you might find in the Midwest.
Tippe And Drague Alehouse is a pub on Beacon Hill that serves American bar food.
Queen Anne Beerhall is a beer bar in Queen Anne that serves decent German food.
Von’s 1000 Spirits is a fun restaurant with a massive bar, a mostly-American menu, and a spinning wheel that dictates drink specials.
Finn MacCool’s is an iconic University District bar that’s usually full of college students.
Nate’s Wings & Waffles is a Southern fast-casual spot in the Central District owned by NBA player Nate Robinson.
Flatstick Pub is a mini-golf bar with Mexican food in Pioneer Square that will accommodate your friends, your dogs, and your thirst for good beer.
Kangaroo & Kiwi, in an old library building in Ballard, is an Australian-themed dive with games and bar food.
Rookies is a fun sports bar in Columbia City with football-viewing luxuries such as televisions in the bathroom and fried mac and cheese.
Elysian Fields is a Century Link Field-adjacent taphouse with interesting beers.