Super Bowl Party: Restaurant Edition
Unlimited nachos, football pretzels, and Seattle dogs? Game on.
As most of us know, our very own Seahawks will take on the Denver Broncos this Sunday, February 2, at 3:30. For those who want to be out in the city soaking up the 12th Man vibes, here are some spots that are featuring 'hawk specials and screening the big game:
Unlimited nachos. Need we say more? For $10, get as many plates of cheesy goodness as you can handle. Along with that, the bartenders will be challenging fans to the legion of booze and serving $3 shots every time the ‘hawks score. Free Skittles if the Beast gets a touchdown.
Get in the zone at this Capitol Hill spot with the 12th Man margarita for $7. Enjoy this marg with a blue hue and other drink specials (like $4 draft beers) and watch the game on the heated patio or in the bar. And there’s $4 guacamole, too. The place opens at 10 so you can stake out your spot next to the TV early.
Chef Jason Wilson will be in the kitchen whipping up Legion of Lettuce Wraps made with chicken, along with other special football-themed food. And don’t worry, there will be plenty of meat options from the nine-foot wood-fire grill. Miller's Guild is projecting the game onto the wall—needless to say, this game will be big.
Brave Horse Tavern
Beast Mode your burger or partake in the Legion of Barbeque with Brave Horse Tavern in South Lake Union. For Sunday only, choose your meat between ribs, hot links, pulled pork, or chicken and get braised greens, coleslaw, and cornbread for $15. The pub's also offering game-day nachos equipped with pulled pork, jalapenos, and avocado. And did we mention the game will be playing on big screen Bertha?
This Capitol Hill hot spot is bringing you the Super Bowl starting at 12 through the end of the game. Football pretzels, chili cheese dogs, half-liter lager specials, and 14 TV screens will be a few of the many reasons why this place will be hopping.
ART Restaurant and Lounge
This restaurant is celebrating the Super Bowl with Seahawk-themed specials starting at 11. Try the Clink cheese sauce nachos, 1984 warm pretzels, Touchback Seattle dogs, Legion of Boom wings, and many more.
BOKA Restaurant and Bar
Take part in the Beast brunch in BOKA’s Studio 1000 space and watch the pregame on the 70-inch flat screen TV. Starting at noon, brunch will include plenty of game-day bites and one Bloody Mary, mimosa, or juice. Additional Bloody Marys are $6 and mimosas are $5. The restaurant will be playing the game as well.
All three locations will be ‘hawking out with multiple TVs playing the game. Super Bowl deals and drink specials will also be going on in the bar seating areas.