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Where to Watch Super Bowl LII in Seattle

Wings, beers, and everything else necessary for making it through a Patriots-Eagles game

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Super Bowl LII — that’s Super Bowl 52 for the non-Romans — is set for February 4 at Minneapolis, Minnesota’s U.S. Bank Stadium. Unfortunately, the Seahawks are out and the New England Patriots are in again, facing the Philadelphia Eagles, so Seattelites will probably be watching with a little less personal interest than they’d like. Thankfully, Seattle is home to plenty of great bars that will also tune into the game on NBC so fans can have a good time with just one eye on the TV.

SB Nation has more details about the game, including kickoff time, which is traditionally around 3:30 p.m. local time.

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The Westy

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West Seattle’s “not just a sports bar” boasts 18 TVs, a robust beer selection, pub grub — like waffle fries and brisket sandwiches but also unexpected items like veggie pho — and a nice cocktail assortment. Even better, a similarly equipped second location is now open in Roosevelt for North Seattleites to indulge.

Beveridge Place Pub

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This beer-centric bar has no kitchen, so the pub curates an extensive Menu Book of local restaurants for takeout options or diners can bring their own tailgating food.

The Bridge

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This West Seattle hot spot raises the bar with extensive menus for food, beer, wine, and cocktails plus weekend brunch, strong happy hour, and a patio. The service is top-notch, and even extends beyond the doors of the restaurant with a highly functional and informative website and the rare Yelp presence that responds to every single review.

There’s not much indoor space at this Washington-focused beer bar, but the enormous outdoor area has a tent, heaters, and TVs — everything needed to stay cozy. Diners can bring their own food, order delivery, or grab grub from food truck People of the Chubbs, which serves everything from burgers to poke to flautas.

It’s not a typical sports bar — where else can patrons play free, old-school video games like Atari, Intellivision, and Sega while watching TV and downing a tallboy?

Rookies Sports Bar and Grill

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From good, hearty fare to a knockout brunch to stiff drinks, this Columbia City sports bar has everything, all served in a sweet setting featuring reclaimed floors and a shuffleboard bar top. It’s also one of the only kid-friendly joints around, so the whole family can watch some sailing and enjoy one of the best spots for sports in the neighborhood.

Henry's Tavern

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This upscale beer-bar chain is a go-to for plenty of pre- and post-game revelry thanks to its location near Safeco Field and its ability to host huge groups, and now there’s another outpost in South Lake Union with a smaller footprint but more than 100 beers on tap.

The Hawks Nest

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A great pre- and post-game location for the 12th man. Bartenders are tops and service is fast, even during those crowded times.

Triangle Pub

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Once a brothel, now a landmark with a dozen small screens hidden everywhere and sausages on the outdoor grill. It’s jam-packed on game days, so those in the know arrive early.

Quality Athletics

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The ultimate modern sports bar, this Josh Henderson venue in Pioneer Square rocks a large wood-fired grill, slushy and snow cone machines, rooftop garden, Astroturf back bar, outdoor fire pits, private event space, and indoor and outdoor seating. In a word: awesome.

Rhein Haus Seattle

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This German-style beer hall offers pretzels, beer, and 20 screens inside and on the heated patio, also home to bocce for any downtime. And there’s a Tacoma sibling now, too.

Lost Lake Cafe and Lounge

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This 24-hour diner tends to run specials on food and drink on game day, so diners can fill up on wings and beers.

Comet Tavern

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For anyone looking to feel welcome, this historic Capitol Hill spot has that “Cheers!” vibe.

Pine Box

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Fans come for the large, dedicated game-watching space and stay for the large, solid beer list and superb food at this renovated funeral home, the site of Bruce Lee’s funeral in 1973.

Tap House Grill

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Tap House Grill has 160 beers on tap — reading through the selections will give patrons something to do during the commercial breaks. There’s a solid daily happy hour, too.

Buckley's in Belltown

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Both the Belltown and Queen Anne locations are football hangouts where food is a major feature: The Buffalo wings, meatloaf sliders, and hand-formed burgers are among the top choices.

Teku Tavern

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With dozens of intriguing beers on tap and TVs spread throughout the large seating area, this bar on the edge of Denny Triangle is a great spot for a craft connoisseur to catch a game. There are a few snacks available, but it’s best to order from one of the many nearby restaurants with a delivery-menu book.

Sport Restaurant and Bar

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At this aptly named locale, even the individual booths have TVs. There’s also an extensive food menu from chef John Howie, including Ancho chili chicken quesadillas, nachos supreme, and crispy chicken gyoza.

Queen Anne Beerhall

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With a massive projector screen, long communal tables, 25 beers on tap, and hearty European fare like weisswurst, wild boar goulash, cheese curds, and soft pretzels, this 7,000-square-foot hall in Lower Queen Anne is a raucous place to jeer the Patriots and Eagles.

Roanoke Park Place Tavern

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A cozy sports institution with a good range of beers on tap and a simple, satisfying menu of fresh food — nothing deep-fried, surprisingly.

The George and Dragon Pub

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This essential Fremont bar and its sibling pub, The Market Arms in Ballard, are fanatical about British football, but both switch stations to American football when necessary.

Ballard Loft

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With its Seahawk Bus, the Ballard Loft is a great place to be surrounded by fans during the season. Even without it, though, this is a family-friendly favorite sporting 16 flat screens, shuffleboard, pool, and a solid brunch.

King's Hardware

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What to pair with the game: boozy lemonades and solid burgers and other traditional bar food? Or $2 Jell-O shots and skee-ball? Turns out there’s no need to choose since they’re all available under one roof at this brick-lined Ballard favorite. The patio’s a breath of fresh air, too.

This neighborhood bar in upper Ballard is known for fast service and pinball machines.

The Park Public House

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This family-friendly Phinney Ridge pub is the birthplace of famous Mac and Jack’s African Amber, a beer named for the zoo. Spam sliders, anyone?

Leny's Place

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This classic Tangletown dive bar has excellent burgers, an old-school feel, and giant beers.

Teddy's Tavern

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This is an NFL bar in Roosevelt for folks who don’t want a whole lot of bells and whistles. Neighboring Rain City Burgers will deliver its menu to Teddy’s in minutes.

The Atlantic Crossing

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While this English-style public house in Roosevelt normally focuses on the “football” that Americans call soccer, it makes an exception for the Super Bowl. A Guinness or 12-year-old Redbreast is a nice sipper at this neighborhood haunt.

Cooper's Alehouse

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With a ton of rotating craft beer taps plus PBR (“It’s cheap,” the menu notes), this is a great local hangout in Maple Leaf with numerous TV screens and solid pub grub.

Bleachers Pub

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A classic Greenwood dive in a new package up the street since its original home was torn down.

Naked City Brewery and Taphouse

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It’s all-day happy hour at this brewery and public house that claims to have Greenwood’s biggest screen.

Elliott Bay Public House and Brewery

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The pub fare, atmosphere, and house beers are inviting at this classic brewpub with three locations (including this one in Lake City as well as Burien and West Seattle), and if it has fewer TVs than some sports bars, maybe that’s an endorsement for any group with members who don’t care about the game.

The Westy

West Seattle’s “not just a sports bar” boasts 18 TVs, a robust beer selection, pub grub — like waffle fries and brisket sandwiches but also unexpected items like veggie pho — and a nice cocktail assortment. Even better, a similarly equipped second location is now open in Roosevelt for North Seattleites to indulge.

Beveridge Place Pub

This beer-centric bar has no kitchen, so the pub curates an extensive Menu Book of local restaurants for takeout options or diners can bring their own tailgating food.

The Bridge

This West Seattle hot spot raises the bar with extensive menus for food, beer, wine, and cocktails plus weekend brunch, strong happy hour, and a patio. The service is top-notch, and even extends beyond the doors of the restaurant with a highly functional and informative website and the rare Yelp presence that responds to every single review.

Ounces

There’s not much indoor space at this Washington-focused beer bar, but the enormous outdoor area has a tent, heaters, and TVs — everything needed to stay cozy. Diners can bring their own food, order delivery, or grab grub from food truck People of the Chubbs, which serves everything from burgers to poke to flautas.

Vidiot

It’s not a typical sports bar — where else can patrons play free, old-school video games like Atari, Intellivision, and Sega while watching TV and downing a tallboy?

Rookies Sports Bar and Grill

From good, hearty fare to a knockout brunch to stiff drinks, this Columbia City sports bar has everything, all served in a sweet setting featuring reclaimed floors and a shuffleboard bar top. It’s also one of the only kid-friendly joints around, so the whole family can watch some sailing and enjoy one of the best spots for sports in the neighborhood.

Henry's Tavern

This upscale beer-bar chain is a go-to for plenty of pre- and post-game revelry thanks to its location near Safeco Field and its ability to host huge groups, and now there’s another outpost in South Lake Union with a smaller footprint but more than 100 beers on tap.

The Hawks Nest

A great pre- and post-game location for the 12th man. Bartenders are tops and service is fast, even during those crowded times.

Triangle Pub

Once a brothel, now a landmark with a dozen small screens hidden everywhere and sausages on the outdoor grill. It’s jam-packed on game days, so those in the know arrive early.

Quality Athletics

The ultimate modern sports bar, this Josh Henderson venue in Pioneer Square rocks a large wood-fired grill, slushy and snow cone machines, rooftop garden, Astroturf back bar, outdoor fire pits, private event space, and indoor and outdoor seating. In a word: awesome.

Rhein Haus Seattle

This German-style beer hall offers pretzels, beer, and 20 screens inside and on the heated patio, also home to bocce for any downtime. And there’s a Tacoma sibling now, too.

Lost Lake Cafe and Lounge

This 24-hour diner tends to run specials on food and drink on game day, so diners can fill up on wings and beers.

Comet Tavern

For anyone looking to feel welcome, this historic Capitol Hill spot has that “Cheers!” vibe.

Pine Box

Fans come for the large, dedicated game-watching space and stay for the large, solid beer list and superb food at this renovated funeral home, the site of Bruce Lee’s funeral in 1973.

Tap House Grill

Tap House Grill has 160 beers on tap — reading through the selections will give patrons something to do during the commercial breaks. There’s a solid daily happy hour, too.

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Buckley's in Belltown

Both the Belltown and Queen Anne locations are football hangouts where food is a major feature: The Buffalo wings, meatloaf sliders, and hand-formed burgers are among the top choices.

Teku Tavern

With dozens of intriguing beers on tap and TVs spread throughout the large seating area, this bar on the edge of Denny Triangle is a great spot for a craft connoisseur to catch a game. There are a few snacks available, but it’s best to order from one of the many nearby restaurants with a delivery-menu book.

Sport Restaurant and Bar

At this aptly named locale, even the individual booths have TVs. There’s also an extensive food menu from chef John Howie, including Ancho chili chicken quesadillas, nachos supreme, and crispy chicken gyoza.

Queen Anne Beerhall

With a massive projector screen, long communal tables, 25 beers on tap, and hearty European fare like weisswurst, wild boar goulash, cheese curds, and soft pretzels, this 7,000-square-foot hall in Lower Queen Anne is a raucous place to jeer the Patriots and Eagles.

Roanoke Park Place Tavern

A cozy sports institution with a good range of beers on tap and a simple, satisfying menu of fresh food — nothing deep-fried, surprisingly.

The George and Dragon Pub

This essential Fremont bar and its sibling pub, The Market Arms in Ballard, are fanatical about British football, but both switch stations to American football when necessary.

Ballard Loft

With its Seahawk Bus, the Ballard Loft is a great place to be surrounded by fans during the season. Even without it, though, this is a family-friendly favorite sporting 16 flat screens, shuffleboard, pool, and a solid brunch.

King's Hardware

What to pair with the game: boozy lemonades and solid burgers and other traditional bar food? Or $2 Jell-O shots and skee-ball? Turns out there’s no need to choose since they’re all available under one roof at this brick-lined Ballard favorite. The patio’s a breath of fresh air, too.

Olaf's

This neighborhood bar in upper Ballard is known for fast service and pinball machines.

The Park Public House

This family-friendly Phinney Ridge pub is the birthplace of famous Mac and Jack’s African Amber, a beer named for the zoo. Spam sliders, anyone?

Leny's Place

This classic Tangletown dive bar has excellent burgers, an old-school feel, and giant beers.

Teddy's Tavern

This is an NFL bar in Roosevelt for folks who don’t want a whole lot of bells and whistles. Neighboring Rain City Burgers will deliver its menu to Teddy’s in minutes.

The Atlantic Crossing

While this English-style public house in Roosevelt normally focuses on the “football” that Americans call soccer, it makes an exception for the Super Bowl. A Guinness or 12-year-old Redbreast is a nice sipper at this neighborhood haunt.

Cooper's Alehouse

With a ton of rotating craft beer taps plus PBR (“It’s cheap,” the menu notes), this is a great local hangout in Maple Leaf with numerous TV screens and solid pub grub.

Bleachers Pub

A classic Greenwood dive in a new package up the street since its original home was torn down.

Naked City Brewery and Taphouse

It’s all-day happy hour at this brewery and public house that claims to have Greenwood’s biggest screen.

Elliott Bay Public House and Brewery

The pub fare, atmosphere, and house beers are inviting at this classic brewpub with three locations (including this one in Lake City as well as Burien and West Seattle), and if it has fewer TVs than some sports bars, maybe that’s an endorsement for any group with members who don’t care about the game.

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