With the Super Bowl LVII on the horizon, it is time to gear up for the big game and plan where to catch all of the action. From local watch parties to some of Seattle’s best sports bars, check out these five places to watch the Super Bowl in Seattle.
LTD Bar & Grill
Located in the heart of Fremont neighborhood in Seattle, LRD Bar & Grill hosts the perfect watch party in honor of Super Bowl Sunday. The sports bar is family and pet friendly, with a heated outdoor patio, 15 flat-screens to catch the game and a variety of games like giant Jenna, beer pong and more to enjoy while the commercials roll. Game day-style bites are available from the grill, including staples like wings, burgers, nachos, tacos and 12 local beers on tap. Reservations to attend the watch party are encouraged but not required. To learn more about LTD Bar & Grill, visit www.ltdbarandgrill.com.
With two locations in Washington to catch the game, The Westy is the premiere neighborhood destination for sports fans, with locations in West Seattle and Roosevelt. Each site is 21-plus only, with over 100 whiskey labels, 13 ice-cold brews on tap and 16 flat-screens throughout each space for catching the action. There is private event space available to rent for those looking to host their own Super Bowl watch parties, each offering a variety of games, projectors and seating for up to 100 people. To learn more about The Westy, visit thewesty.com.
The Wing Dome
Serving up crispy and fresh wings since 1994, The Wing Dome in Seattle offers locals a special deal that will only be available on game day. The deal is perfect for catering your Super Bowl party at home or the bar and includes 100 wings with your choice of house-made sauces for $126.95 or 50 wings for $71.95. 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 the game to pick up and enjoy just in time for kick-off. To learn more about The Wing Dome Super Bowl Special, visit thewingdome.com.
A staple sports bar, Yard House is a must-visit for fans of food, beer and sports alike. The dining destination in Seattle offers a wide selection of cuisine, from Japanese dishes to American favorites, and one of the most extensive beer menus with more than 100 drafts on tap. Yard House boasts a multitude of HDTVs on its walls, ensuring no seat in the house is a bad one and making the restaurant the ultimate place to watch the Super Bowl in Seattle. To learn more about Yard House Seattle, visit yardhouse.com.
Queen Anne Beer Hall
Queen Anne Beer Hall has been gearing up for the Super Bowl for weeks now, with a variety of weekly specials in honor of each playoff and game since the start of the annual season. The final deals will happen on Super Sunday at the hall’s watch party, where meals will run from breakfast to dinner with discounted breakfast burritos, hot dogs, wings, baked pretzels, burgers and more, in addition to specially priced draft beers and cocktails. A specialty cocktail will be available in honor of the beloved Seahawks, the Hawkcoloda, a fun, frozen spin on a traditional pina colada with blue Curacao. Queen Anne Beer Hall is family-friendly, with a large projector and state-of-the-art sound system to enjoy the game. Reservations are not required. For at-home watch parties, diners can order The Hall Super Bowl Takeout Special, too. To learn more about Queen Anne Beer Hall, visit queenannebeerhall.com.