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.