The Super Bowl is a time for friends, food and of course, football! Catching the game at home can be fun but there’s something about being surrounded by fellow fans at a bar, restaurant or venue that takes it to the next level! Super Bowl LVII takes place on Sunday, February 11th, and you may want to start planning out where you’re going to watch in Seattle soon. We have you covered – check out our list of spots in the city to watch the Super Bowl.

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Hatback Bar & Grille

Be sure to make your reservations for this one. Hatback Bar & Grille will have over 20 TVs showing all the pre-game action, along with food and drink specials throughout the game.

Where: 1201 1st Avenue South

Garage Billiards & Bowl

Garage may predominantly be a billiards and bowling spot but they also have a sports bar perfect for watching the big game. Snack, drink, and play games while you root for your favorite team.

Where: 1130 Broadway

Buckley’s Pubs

Buckley’s is a pub with plenty of everything, eats, drinks screens, and cheer. You’ll feel right at home in the classic pub atmosphere amongst plenty of other football fans. They open both locations at 11 am on Super Bowl Sunday.

Where: 232 1st Ave W & 2331 2nd Ave

Rough & Tumble Pub

Rough & Tumble is Seattle’s women’s sports bar. They showcase any women’s sport that they can broadcast in the pub which is pretty cool! They also show sporting events regularly, so go to catch the big game on Sunday there, and perhaps learn about new teams!

Where: 5309 22nd Ave NW

Queen Anne Beerhall

If you’re looking for an authentic beer hall experience to celebrate the Super Bowl, then you should head to Queen Anne Beerhall. You’ll find 25 premium draft brews, beerhall & PNW eats, and of course, screens to keep your eyes on the score. You can expect game day happy hour and specials. Walk-ins only for this one.

Where: 203 W Thomas St

LTD Bar & Grill

This great Fremont spot has 15 TV screens, eats, and a wide drink menu. You’ll also find giant Jenga, beer pong, and beer pong if you get antsy while watching the game.

Where: 309 N 36th St


If you’re looking for an upscale setting, Xtadium lounge will be showing the game and doors open at 1pm. You can make reservations on their website.

Where: 315 2nd AVE S.

Enjoy the big game on Sunday!