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UPDATED: Where to Watch the World Cup in Seattle

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World Cup madness continues tomorrow morning, when the U.S. takes on Germany in a match that will draw sleepy-eyed fans into just about every watering hole and restaurant with a flat screen in Seattle. But, for you, the viewer, one question remains: Where is the best place to watch the game?

Eater has your answer—in fact, we have 17 answers, including spots in Capitol Hill, Fremont, Columbia City, West Seattle, and more. Check out this map of optimal futbol-watching locations and prepare yourself to cheer for the red-white-and-blue while enjoying some of Seattle's best bar food and drink.


Looking for places outside of Seattle to watch the World Cup? Check out Doyle's Public House in the Stadium District in Tacoma, which will host people in their 4,200-square-foot tent with two 20-foot projection screens. There is seating for 164 people and a bar will be open inside the tent. On the Eastside in Bellevue, check out Parlor, which has 20 flat screens and enough billiards to keep your anxious hands moving while you're fretting over your favorite team.
—Jake Uitti See any vital viewing spot omissions? Hit up the comments.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Beveridge Place Pub

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An unassuming spot in West Seattle, Beveridge Place Pub will do at least one thing that's remarkable: make your day all about the beer. With one of the largest selections of beer in the city—boasting 36 tap handles and over 150 bottles—there will be much to celebrate here whether your favorite team wins or loses.

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The Bridge

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West Seattle’s The Bridge is opening at 8:30 a.m. for all 9 a.m. games, has nine televisions and two projectors, and serves an extensive breakfast menu, including chicken fried steak, root vegetable hash, and a bison scramble. Their drink menu is vast and their happy hours generous (3 p.m. – 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. – 1 a.m.)

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Café Presse

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Part literary hang out, part bar, part hot spot for the World Cup, Café Presse may have all the answers for the high-minded Seattleite looking to catch some of the tournament. With a flair for the French, soccer is preeminently on the mind of the people at this south Capitol Hill treasure. The red-white-and-blue will be flying here for sure—though, it may be in three consecutive rectangles and not as many stars and stripes. C’est magnifique, non?

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George & Dragon Pub

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The British-style pub, located in the heart of Fremont, prides itself on offering great coverage of the beautiful game. With an outdoor patio for lunch, dinner and drinks, it is a great place to catch a game and catch a breather from all the raucous cheering. Just try their Bacon Butty—or, “three rashers of bacon nestled in a soft, buttered floured bread roll.” Dare you.

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The House Sports Pub

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With a nice ambiance and strategically placed television screens – as well as 18 regularly rotated tap handles – The House has you covered for a comfortable World Cup (and beer drinking) experience.

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Kells Irish Restaurant & Pub

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Post Alley's Kells offers a slew of Irish-style meals from an Irish cheese platter to Irish stew to Irish soda bread. Want a loud, frothy good time during the Cup? Kells is your spot.

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Lost Lake Cafe & Lounge

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If the U.S. wins, wow, there will be a lot to talk about. And, well, if they don’t, there will still be a lot to discuss. Where better to do all this conversing than a place that’s open 24 hours a day? Lost Lake will be showing the games (and highlights) and offering a place to relish in the joy of victory or the agony of defeat around the clock.

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The Market Arms

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Another pub with a focus on the British ways of doing things. Heck, their web site even lists “telly” events (translation: television) with all the World Cup games noted. With breakfast served all day and an array of local and imported beers, it would be a load of bollocks if you didn’t give this place a try (did we say that right?)

[Photo Credit: The Market Arms/Facebook]

Norm's Eatery & Ale House

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Okay, so we know, who hasn’t asked themselves this: where can I watch the World Cup AND bring the dog? Well, Norm’s is your place. With a great rotating tap list and some of the best bar food in the city—including their amazing vegetarian sliders and tater tots—Norm’s is a comfy place for local dawgs and dogs alike.

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Rookies Sports Bar & Grill

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Columbia City's Rookies is sure to have one of the best soccer watching crowds in town. The menu is vast and imaginative—from jalapeno potato chips to spicy pecan salad. Heat plays a big role in the menu, so keep your taste buds on their toes as you're watching the game that’s all about the feet.

[Photo Credit: Rookies]

St. Andrew's Bar & Grill

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Come for the soccer, stay for the scotch (if that’s your thing). St. Andrews boasts Washington’s largest selection of single malt scotches. They also have giant HD televisions playing all the World Cup games, and burgers made with all natural, hormone-free beef for the discerning eater. There’s a lot to like here, including their Sean Connery Salmon Burger with tomato feta on top.

Spitfire

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This place prides itself on sports coverage and will be open at 8 a.m. for all 9 a.m. World Cup games. Their happy hour includes mini burgers, tacos, wings and $2 off beers, wine, and well drinks. Solid.

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Sport Restaurant & Bar

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This is the place to inundate yourself with wall-to-wall sports. There are even TVs in their booths. If you have visitors next week but you don’t exactly know what to do with them and maybe, just maybe, you’ve run out of things to talk about, SPORT has you covered with a surround sound World Cup watching experience. The menu is chock-full of bar food, including pizza.

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The Station

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This may not be your first thought when it comes to watching a sporting match, but maybe that’s a good thing. Hide out and check out the art on the walls and the great music playing while getting your World Cup fix. The spot opens at 8 a.m. daily, there is one television and, says barista Matt Watson, “There is a hella fun crowd.”

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Summit Public House

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Along with their cozy atmosphere and worn-in pool tables, the Summit has a World Cup bracket hanging on the wall right in time for the tournament. A little hole-in-the-wally, you’ll at home having a pint just off the beaten path of busy Capitol Hill.

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Teddy's Tavern

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The sports bar for folks who don’t want a whole lot of bells and whistles. Sure, there are flat screens and a full bar, but you won’t get run over by rabid fans or talked over by loud patrons. The place has a set-up with neighbor Rain City Burgers, which will deliver their menu to Teddy’s in minutes. And their juicer makes for the perfect fresh-squeezed Grey Hounds or Whiskey Sours. Seriously.

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Tippe and Drague Alehouse

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Beacon Hill's Tippe and Drague is super close to Metro routes and the Beacon Light Rail Station, so there is every opportunity to get there and get home without driving. In between traveling, try one of their 16 taps during the game, from a Schooner Exact Hefeweizen to Amnesia’s Cascadian Dark Ale. Call to see if the pub is openingearly for morning games. Typically, it opens at 4 p.m. on weekdays, 1 p.m. onSaturday, and 9:30 a.m. on Sunday.

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Beveridge Place Pub

An unassuming spot in West Seattle, Beveridge Place Pub will do at least one thing that's remarkable: make your day all about the beer. With one of the largest selections of beer in the city—boasting 36 tap handles and over 150 bottles—there will be much to celebrate here whether your favorite team wins or loses.

[Photo Credit: Beveridge Place Pub]

The Bridge

West Seattle’s The Bridge is opening at 8:30 a.m. for all 9 a.m. games, has nine televisions and two projectors, and serves an extensive breakfast menu, including chicken fried steak, root vegetable hash, and a bison scramble. Their drink menu is vast and their happy hours generous (3 p.m. – 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. – 1 a.m.)

[Photo Credit The Bridge]

Café Presse

Part literary hang out, part bar, part hot spot for the World Cup, Café Presse may have all the answers for the high-minded Seattleite looking to catch some of the tournament. With a flair for the French, soccer is preeminently on the mind of the people at this south Capitol Hill treasure. The red-white-and-blue will be flying here for sure—though, it may be in three consecutive rectangles and not as many stars and stripes. C’est magnifique, non?

[Photo Credit: Cafe Presse/Facebook]

George & Dragon Pub

The British-style pub, located in the heart of Fremont, prides itself on offering great coverage of the beautiful game. With an outdoor patio for lunch, dinner and drinks, it is a great place to catch a game and catch a breather from all the raucous cheering. Just try their Bacon Butty—or, “three rashers of bacon nestled in a soft, buttered floured bread roll.” Dare you.

[Photo Credit: George & Dragon/Facebook]

The House Sports Pub

With a nice ambiance and strategically placed television screens – as well as 18 regularly rotated tap handles – The House has you covered for a comfortable World Cup (and beer drinking) experience.

[Photo Credit The House/Facebook]

Kells Irish Restaurant & Pub

Post Alley's Kells offers a slew of Irish-style meals from an Irish cheese platter to Irish stew to Irish soda bread. Want a loud, frothy good time during the Cup? Kells is your spot.

[Photo Credit: Kells/Facebook]

Lost Lake Cafe & Lounge

If the U.S. wins, wow, there will be a lot to talk about. And, well, if they don’t, there will still be a lot to discuss. Where better to do all this conversing than a place that’s open 24 hours a day? Lost Lake will be showing the games (and highlights) and offering a place to relish in the joy of victory or the agony of defeat around the clock.

[Photo Credit: Lost Lake/Facebook]

The Market Arms

Another pub with a focus on the British ways of doing things. Heck, their web site even lists “telly” events (translation: television) with all the World Cup games noted. With breakfast served all day and an array of local and imported beers, it would be a load of bollocks if you didn’t give this place a try (did we say that right?)

[Photo Credit: The Market Arms/Facebook]

Norm's Eatery & Ale House

Okay, so we know, who hasn’t asked themselves this: where can I watch the World Cup AND bring the dog? Well, Norm’s is your place. With a great rotating tap list and some of the best bar food in the city—including their amazing vegetarian sliders and tater tots—Norm’s is a comfy place for local dawgs and dogs alike.

[Photo Credit: Norm's/Facebook]

Rookies Sports Bar & Grill

Columbia City's Rookies is sure to have one of the best soccer watching crowds in town. The menu is vast and imaginative—from jalapeno potato chips to spicy pecan salad. Heat plays a big role in the menu, so keep your taste buds on their toes as you're watching the game that’s all about the feet.

[Photo Credit: Rookies]

St. Andrew's Bar & Grill

Come for the soccer, stay for the scotch (if that’s your thing). St. Andrews boasts Washington’s largest selection of single malt scotches. They also have giant HD televisions playing all the World Cup games, and burgers made with all natural, hormone-free beef for the discerning eater. There’s a lot to like here, including their Sean Connery Salmon Burger with tomato feta on top.