Although our beloved Seahawks won’t be taking the field in this year’s Super Bowl, locals are still eager to head to the bars, crack open a cold one and watch the biggest game of the year (even if it means supporting the Rams or Bengals). Here are the top spots to catch the game, cater your viewing party and where to find special deals in honor of the Super Bowl in Seattle.
The Dock Sports Bar and Grill Super Bowl Special
The Dock Sports Bar and Grill in Downtown Seattle has been showing the NFL games every Sunday since the season started. The spot lives and bleeds for the sport and believes Sundays are for football games and football games only. In celebration of the Super Bowl, The Dock will be offering its famous breakfast dishes all day long, in addition to its full menu and discounted handcrafted drinks to keep you warm even if you watch the game from their outdoor patio. All 23 flatscreens will be streaming the event, and the fun begins at noon.
To learn more about The Dock Sports Bar and Grill Super Bowl Special, visit fremontdock.com.
Hagerty’s Sports Bar’s Game Party Box
A Big Game Party Box is available at the local favorite athletic club and sports bar, Hagerty’s. The box will contain anything and everything you could need to cater the ultimate Super Bowl party at home, including two grass-fed hamburger patties, buns and burger toppings; two Uli’s beer brat sausages, buns and toppings; one full rack of caramel-honey baby back ribs; half pound of smoked brisket; house-smoked BBQ baked beans; black mustard seed coleslaw; pasta salad; a lemon meringue tart; a brown butter pear tart; and four cans of microbrew beers. Guests can order more than one box at a time, and each package is $100. Orders close at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 9.
To learn more about Hagerty’s Sports Bar’s Game Party Box, visit wac.net.
The Wing Dome Super Bowl Special
Serving up crispy and fresh wings since 1994, The Wing Dome in Seattle is offering locals a special deal that will only be available on game day. The offer is perfect for catering your Super Bowl party at home or at the bar and includes 100 wings with your choice of house-made sauces for $100 or 50 wings for $50. This deal includes your choice of sides, two snack baskets and discounts on ice-cold brews and hard seltzers. If you plan on dining in for the viewing party, the festivities begin at 3:30 p.m. on the big screen. You can also pre-order your meals ahead of time to pick up and enjoy just in time for kick-off.
To learn more about The Wing Dome Super Bowl Special, visit thewingdome.com
Fuel Sports Grill Viewing Party
With all 25 of its TV’s showing the big game, Fuel Sports Grill is the place to be on Super Bowl Sunday. The sports bar will be offering its traditional menu, your favorite drinks and even a brunch special from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. In addition to the TV’s, the bar will be bringing in an oversized projector and state-of-the-art surround sound system for the ultimate game day experience.
To learn more about the Fuel Sports Grill Viewing Party, visit fuelseattle.com.
Little Water Cantina Super Bowl Special
For those looking to venture outdoors, Little Water Cantina will be showing the big game on a jumbotron on its covered, heated patio. The cozy space overlooks Lake Union and will be serving up a specialty Mexican hamburguesa with roasted poblano, pickled red onions, chipotle mayo, bacon, ham and truffle-chile fries for the big day. If you would prefer to watch the game indoors, the bar will be showing the game on five flatscreens at the bar.
To learn more about Little Water Cantina Super Bowl Special, visit littlewatercantina.com.
Review Washington State indoor dining guidelines prior to your visit.