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Where to Eat on Super Bowl Sunday in Seattle

Picks for watching the Seahawks crush the Patriots on Super Bowl Sunday.

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Like a pitcher of beer or a piping hot pizza, the Super Bowl is meant to be shared. No need to stay at home biting your nails and pulling your hair. Indeed, the Sunday American holiday is a time meant to be out, cheering, high-fiving, fist-pumping and celebrating the Seahawks' victory (and funny commercials.) Here now, some of the best Seattle restaurants and watering holes to watch the hometown team topple the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLIX.

With contributions from Jason Price.

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Auto Battery Bar

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From the folks that brought you Po Dog comes Auto Battery—the Capitol Hill sports bar, featuring two daily happy hours, Wii gaming, shuffleboard, and copious amounts of Seattle's favorite tube steak.

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Bait Shop

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Ballard Loft

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Family-friendly favorite sporting 16 flat screens, shuffleboard and a solid brunch. As an added bonus, for $35 you can ride the 'Seahawks Bus' to and from home games and back which includes breakfast, and happy hour drink specials.

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Beveridge Place Pub

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Check out the Game Room at this West Seattle entry sporting nearly 40 brews and ciders on tap and a restored back bar from 1907. The pub has no kitchen but does provide a 'menu book' which allows customers to order from nearby restaurants that deliver—you can even bring your own tailgate meal.

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Bleachers Sports Pub

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A Greenwood favorite dive bar featuring what might be best nachos in town. Come down to watch the Hawks kick some ass on the many screens (including in the bathrooms) and play darts, shuffleboard, or the classic—Buck Hunter— between games.

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Buckley's in Belltown

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Both the Belltown or Queen Anne locations are football hangouts at Buckley's where food is the main feature. Genuine Buffalo wings, meatloaf sliders, and hand-formed burgers are worth coming for.

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Comet Tavern

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Cooper's Ale House

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Cooper's always featuring over 20 micro-brews on tap with a local vibe. A great neighborhood bar in Maple Leaf with seven screens, pub classics, and growlers to go.

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FX McRory's

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A pre-game ritual for many who have endured the Kingdome days and the glory years alike.

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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 before the game.

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Kickin' Boot Whiskey Kitchen

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Eight screens, down home southern cooking, and barbecue. Enjoy the vast selection of whiskey, bourbon, and scotch while watching the Hawks dominate.

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King's Hardware

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Leny's Place

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Classic Tangletown dive bar with excellent burgers, an old-school feel, and giant beers. Belly up to the bar and watch the game at your new favorite local spot.

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Known for their pinball machines and their fast service, Olaf’s is a neighborhood bar off the regular Ballard hotspots. This is a place where you can hang in the old Seattle neighborhood but still be off the beaten path.

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Quality Athletics

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Pioneer Square's Quality Athletics is already a fan favorite on Hawks game days and during the week. The space includes a large wood-fired grill, slushy and sno-cone machines, a rooftop garden, an AstroTurf back bar, outdoor fire pits, a private event space, and indoor and outdoor seating. In a word—awesome.

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Rhein Haus

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Roanoke Park Place Tavern

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Covered in ivy and seeping with Seahawks sentiment. A classic for over 90 years in one form or another; test your ping pong skills on the secluded back patio during half time.

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Sport Restaurant & Bar

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This downtown location even has TV’s in their booths so you won’t miss a moment. They also have an extensive menu from chef John Howie, including Ancho chili chicken quesadillas, nachos supreme, and crispy chicken gyoza.

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Teddy's Tavern

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The Atlantic Crossing

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This cozy Roosevelt neighborhood haunt feels like an English pub and serves similar food. Come here to watch football—whether that be American or the variety known as 'soccer' in this country—and sip a nice Guinness or 12-year-old Redbreast.

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The Park Public House

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Family-friendly neighborhood pub in Phinney Ridge and birthplace of the famous local Mac and Jack's African Amber. Check out the Hawks game with the family and down a Spam slider or two.

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Triangle Pub

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Once a brothel, now a landmark! A dozen small screens hidden everywhere, pull tabs of every kind, and sausages on the outdoor grill are all reasons to get here early as it's jam-packed on game days.

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Auto Battery Bar

From the folks that brought you Po Dog comes Auto Battery—the Capitol Hill sports bar, featuring two daily happy hours, Wii gaming, shuffleboard, and copious amounts of Seattle's favorite tube steak.

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Bait Shop

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Ballard Loft

Family-friendly favorite sporting 16 flat screens, shuffleboard and a solid brunch. As an added bonus, for $35 you can ride the 'Seahawks Bus' to and from home games and back which includes breakfast, and happy hour drink specials.

[Photo Credit: Ballard Loft]

Beveridge Place Pub

Check out the Game Room at this West Seattle entry sporting nearly 40 brews and ciders on tap and a restored back bar from 1907. The pub has no kitchen but does provide a 'menu book' which allows customers to order from nearby restaurants that deliver—you can even bring your own tailgate meal.

[Photo Credit: Beveridge Place Pub]

Bleachers Sports Pub

A Greenwood favorite dive bar featuring what might be best nachos in town. Come down to watch the Hawks kick some ass on the many screens (including in the bathrooms) and play darts, shuffleboard, or the classic—Buck Hunter— between games.

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Buckley's in Belltown

Both the Belltown or Queen Anne locations are football hangouts at Buckley's where food is the main feature. Genuine Buffalo wings, meatloaf sliders, and hand-formed burgers are worth coming for.

[Photo Credit: Ron M./Yelp]

Comet Tavern

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Cooper's Ale House

Cooper's always featuring over 20 micro-brews on tap with a local vibe. A great neighborhood bar in Maple Leaf with seven screens, pub classics, and growlers to go.

[Photo Credit: Cooper's/Facebook]

FX McRory's

A pre-game ritual for many who have endured the Kingdome days and the glory years alike.

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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 before the game.

[Photo Credit: Hawks Nest/Facebook]

Kickin' Boot Whiskey Kitchen

Eight screens, down home southern cooking, and barbecue. Enjoy the vast selection of whiskey, bourbon, and scotch while watching the Hawks dominate.

[Photo Credit: Kickin' Boot/Facebook]

King's Hardware

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Leny's Place

Classic Tangletown dive bar with excellent burgers, an old-school feel, and giant beers. Belly up to the bar and watch the game at your new favorite local spot.

[Photo Credit: Leny's Place]