March Madness is finally upon us! If you’re looking to catch the latest games, these Seattle sports bars have you covered with state-of-the-art sound systems and high-definition flat-screen TVs (and great grub, of course).
The Dock Sports Bar and Grill
No one may take March Madness as seriously at The Dock Sports Bar and Grill. The sports spot, traditionally only open Tuesday through Sunday, opens its doors an extra day, on Mondays, for the entire month of March in honor of the mad month. With $1.50 tacos, the “trashiest” cocktails and a ton of flatscreens, you don’t want to miss a game at The Dock.
To learn more about The Dock Sports Bar and Grill, visit fremontdock.com
Buckley’s Pub holds the key to most Seattle locals’ hearts with its juicy burgers, stellar cocktails and all-around great atmosphere. The spot is known for its fun vibe and is the perfect spot to catch all the action of March Madness on one of its many flatscreens both inside or on the patio. The pub is decked out with all your favorite teams’ flags to get you in the spirit, and your furry friends and little ones are encouraged to join the fun.
To learn more about Buckley’s Pub, visit buckleyspubs.com.
Hagerty’s Sports Bar
Hidden on the second floor of the Washington Athletic Club, Hagerty’s bar is a hidden gem sports destination in Northern Seattle. The bar features an impressive collection of sports memorabilia on its walls, with a variety of high-definition TV’s throughout the bar and dining space to catch your favorite game. Hagerty’s takes game days seriously and offers discounted well drinks and $2 tacos in honor of the special occasion.
To learn more about Hagerty’s Sports Bar, visit wac.net.
A staple sports bar, Yard House is a must-visit for fans of food, beer and sports alike. The destination offers a wide selection of cuisine, from Japanese dishes to American favorites, and one of the largest beer menus with over 100 drafts on tap. The spot can cure any craving while allowing you to catch the game on one of the many HDTVs (no seat is a bad seat). Each TV showcases a different game, but during March the restaurant will mainly be showing only basketball games.
To learn more about Yard House, visit yardhouse.com.
Open until midnight daily, Sluggers has always focused on providing a family-friendly sports bar environment that is perfect for all ages for the past 23 years in Pioneer Square. The spot, inspired by the owners’ love for baseball, offers a fun menu with items like the Base Hit burgers and Starting Line appetizers to be enjoyed while catching the game on one of the many televisions. Sluggers also house a full bar, sports memorabilia and games to keep you and your family entertained during commercial breaks.
To learn more about Sluggers, visit business.google.com.
The Westy Sports and Spirits
Catching March Madness at The Westy Sports and Spirits is a tradition to most for its homey atmosphere with a hint of sports bar. The spot wants its guests to feel at home while they relax and watch their favorite games, and invites them to bring the family along for the fun too. The Westy features a prime game experience, with high-definition flatscreens and a surround system. The menu offers American-style bites, with options for fans with gluten allergies and other dietary restrictions.
To learn more about The Westy Sports and Spirits, visit thewestyseattle.com.
Fuel Sports Grill
Fuel Sports Grill is ready to get fans pumped up for the game, and in addition to its state-of-the-art surround sound and 25 flatscreens, the grill is bringing in an oversized projector for a more in-game experience. The spot serves up American fare with a full bar available to help wash down the bites, with some local favorites being the Legion of Boom burger and gooey mac and cheese (try it with a beer!).
To learn more about Fuel Sports Grill, visit fuelseattle.com.