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12 Bars to Watch the Hawks Destroy the Saints

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Y'all ready for some football? Of course you are, and so are the Seahawks, who are preparing to destroy the Saints on Saturday. But whether you need a place to drown your sorrows when last minute ticket-buying fails, or are planning to go from 0 to 12th fan status close to home, we've got you covered.

In complete random order, here are 12 bars for the 12th fan in all of us. Go Hawks!

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Mutiny Hall

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Packed crowds can be hard to control — especially when the bar's name implies trouble brewing. But the burgers and focused fandom at this Roosevelt spot make it a sure bet.

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Conor Byrne Pub

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CB has you covered this Saturday with a few flat screens and a big ass projector that will make every hit hurt more. Plus, they're rolling out a nacho bar for the occasion. Sláinte!

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Triangle Pub

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So your scalped tickets were bogus, eh? Oh well, drink away your misery within yelling distance of the Clink and pretend you were there when you join the cheering fans who crowd the streets when the game lets out.

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It's a close one, but there are probably a few more flat screens than drink specials at this Pioneer Square bar. But don't take our word for it, head in for a buck Jell-O shot and a flat screen or 16.

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Hilliard's Brewery

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Eat and drink the green and blue at the home of the "12th Can" pale ale. And you know what goes best with tailgating at a brewery? Street food. Street Hawk will be parked at the brewery for your beer-soaking needs.

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The Market Arms

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Can't get down to the stadium to freeze your ass off? The Market Arms has you covered — or not — with their outdoor projector. If you'd rather be warm, well, move. Inside, that is, and enjoy food specials from 1-5.

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Ballard Loft

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Open early and with almost too many TVs, the Loft is a clutch spot to watch clutch plays while eating wings. Sports!

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Rookies Sports Bar & Grill

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Friendly service, bomb waffle fries, and a bunch of flat screens are the name of the game at this Columbia City spot. Plus, fried mac n cheese.

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Buckley's in Belltown

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Can't make the game but don't want to miss out on the crushing mass of bodies standing near you? Done. High fives, fried things, and lots of yelling make you feel part of the team. Two locations: Belltown or Queen Anne (pictured).

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Ozzie's

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The perfect place for the fan with the short attention span, Ozzie's has TVs in tons of rooms and locations, so you can wander your way to victory while drinking on the cheap.

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BOKA Restaurant + Bar

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A big brunch buffet and even bigger screen is what's up at the downtown hotel resto. Going to the game? We're so happy for you. Cheap parking for game-goers and a Bloody Mary bar will get you in the spirit. Make a reservation.

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95 Slide

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You can't sit anywhere without a TV in your face. And while the joint is named after a Mariners play, Seattle sports are in its blood.

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Mutiny Hall

Packed crowds can be hard to control — especially when the bar's name implies trouble brewing. But the burgers and focused fandom at this Roosevelt spot make it a sure bet.

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Conor Byrne Pub

CB has you covered this Saturday with a few flat screens and a big ass projector that will make every hit hurt more. Plus, they're rolling out a nacho bar for the occasion. Sláinte!

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Triangle Pub

So your scalped tickets were bogus, eh? Oh well, drink away your misery within yelling distance of the Clink and pretend you were there when you join the cheering fans who crowd the streets when the game lets out.

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Fuel

It's a close one, but there are probably a few more flat screens than drink specials at this Pioneer Square bar. But don't take our word for it, head in for a buck Jell-O shot and a flat screen or 16.

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Hilliard's Brewery

Eat and drink the green and blue at the home of the "12th Can" pale ale. And you know what goes best with tailgating at a brewery? Street food. Street Hawk will be parked at the brewery for your beer-soaking needs.

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The Market Arms

Can't get down to the stadium to freeze your ass off? The Market Arms has you covered — or not — with their outdoor projector. If you'd rather be warm, well, move. Inside, that is, and enjoy food specials from 1-5.

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Ballard Loft

Open early and with almost too many TVs, the Loft is a clutch spot to watch clutch plays while eating wings. Sports!

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Rookies Sports Bar & Grill

Friendly service, bomb waffle fries, and a bunch of flat screens are the name of the game at this Columbia City spot. Plus, fried mac n cheese.

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Buckley's in Belltown

Can't make the game but don't want to miss out on the crushing mass of bodies standing near you? Done. High fives, fried things, and lots of yelling make you feel part of the team. Two locations: Belltown or Queen Anne (pictured).

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Ozzie's

The perfect place for the fan with the short attention span, Ozzie's has TVs in tons of rooms and locations, so you can wander your way to victory while drinking on the cheap.

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BOKA Restaurant + Bar

A big brunch buffet and even bigger screen is what's up at the downtown hotel resto. Going to the game? We're so happy for you. Cheap parking for game-goers and a Bloody Mary bar will get you in the spirit. Make a reservation.

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95 Slide

You can't sit anywhere without a TV in your face. And while the joint is named after a Mariners play, Seattle sports are in its blood.

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