This Sunday, the Rams and Bengals will be facing off for Super Bowl LVI. While we’re probably all pretty hard-core Seahawks fans, it doesn’t hurt to partake in one of the biggest sports events of the year. From gameplay to iconic ads, delicious comfort foods, and brews, here are 10 of the best places to watch Super Bowl LVI in Seattle.

Queen Anne Beerhall


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If you’re looking for an authentic beer hall experience to celebrate Superbowl, 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.

Where: 203 W Thomas St
Hours: Sunday-Thursday 11 am- 12 am, Friday & Saturday 11 am- 2 am

LTD Bar & Grill

This Fremont spot is unique in that it’s both a Seahawks & Packer Bar. That means you’ll find multiple screens, eats, and a wide drink menu.

Where: 309 N 36th St
Hours: Monday-Friday 4 pm-2 am, Saturday 12 pm-2 am, Sunday 12 pm-2 am

Madison Pub

Capitol Hill’s gay sports bar Madison Pub is another great option for game watching. Expect screens, pool, darts, a jukebox, and plenty of fun!

Where: 1315 E Madison St
Hours: Daily 12 pm-2 am

Trade Winds Tavern


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This Belltown spot describes itself as “corner pub meets supper club”. They have a classic wood-filled tavern interior with some retro decoration flair as well as a menu full of appetizers, plates, and of course drinks. You’ll also find screens as well as some games.

Where: 2505 2nd Ave Suite 105
Hours: Monday-Friday 3 pm-12 am, Saturday & Sunday 10 am-12 am

Buckley’s in Belltown

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.

Where: 232 1st Ave W
Hours: Monday-Friday 11:30 am-1 pm, Saturday 9 am–2 am, Sunday 9 am–1 am

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Rookies Sports Bar and Grill

At Rookies, you can expect a comfortable neighborhood atmosphere, great eats, and plenty of drinks. As they’re a sports bar, you’re in the perfect setting to watch the Superbowl on one of the grill’s screens.

Where: 3820 S Ferdinand St
Hours: Monday-Friday 11 am-10 pm, Saturday & Sunday 9 am-10 pm

The Westy


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The Westy prides itself on being a sports bar without the sports bar feel. You’ll find all the sports-watching amenities accompanied by a great eat and drinks menu with a selection of beer, cider, and whisky.

Where: 1215 NE 65th Stree
Hours: Monday-Friday 4 pm- 12 am, Saturday & Sunday 9 am-12 am

Fuel Sports Grill

Ballard’s Fuel Sports Grill has a family-friendly energy and plenty of eats and drinks to enjoy while watching the big game. Not only that but they have 25 flatscreen TVs, a huge projector and state-of-the-art sound.

Where: 8037 15th Ave NW
Hours:  Monday 3 pm–10 pm, Tuesday-Thursday 3 pm–11 pm, Friday 3 pm–Midnight, Saturday 9 am–Midnight, Sunday 9 am–10 pm

Tony T’s Sports

Considering that Tony’s is located in SODO, across from T Mobile Field, it’s easy to see how it’s a popular spot. They also have 20 large screen TVs and plenty of space to relish your eats and drinks while watching the game.

Where: 1518 1st Ave S
Hours: Monday-Thursday 11 am-11 pm, Friday 11 am-12 am, Saturday 9 am-12 am, Sunday 9 am-11 pm

Garage Billiards & Bowl


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A bowling alley for football? Don’t knock it till you try it… 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
Hours: Monday-Thursday 5 pm-11 pm, Friday-Sunday 3 pm-11 pm

Enjoy the Super Bowl, happy game watching and may your favorite team win.