Best Bars and Restaurants to Watch the Seahawks Game This Weekend

As the Seahawks prepare for Super Bowl XLVIII, Seattle’s hospitality community embodies the 12th man spirit by offering various Seahawk themed offers and specials for dining, entertainment and lodging.

Hotels & Hotel Restaurants/Lounges
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ART RESTAURANT & LOUNGE – For the Thirsty and Hungry 12s 

Start hydrating for the big game at the Art Restaurant and Lounge. Art Restaurant will shows their Blue Pride with two unique cocktails. First up is the brightly blue colored “Super Bowl Sling,” which offers warship rum infused with blue skittles, Benedictine, orange bitters, and more. Next we have the “12th Man,” a bright “action green”-colored cocktail that features celestial reposado infused with green skittles, Cointreau, house sour mix and a mini 12th man flag garnish to top it off. Both cocktails will be served through the Super Bowl.

For 12s looking to grab some grub, Art Restaurant and Lounge will provide a special game day menu on Super Bowl Sunday. This Seahawks-inspired spread sports the likes of Seagal’s crudité, “1984” warm pretzels, “Legion of Boom” wings, “Clink” cheese sauce nachos, “Touchback” Seattle dogs, “Feed the Beast” pizza, and “137.6 decibel” fried chicken and fries. The menu is offered from 11 a.m. to 10

BOKA RESTAURANT + BAR – Get Your Beast Brunch On
BOKA restaurant + bar at Hotel 1000 is doing a special “Beast Brunch” in its Studio 1000 space on Super Bowl Sunday from 12-2:30 p.m. The $25 buffet includes the Beast Brunch and game day bites, plus one Bloody Mary, Mimosa, or juice. Additional Bloody Marys are priced at $6 and additional Mimosas are $5. The Beast Brunch wouldn’t be complete without the room being outfitted with a 70’ flat screen TV. For those wanting to take advantage of BOKA’s usual “Seahawk Brunch” located in its regular restaurant space, prices are $25 per person. Reservations can be made at 206-357-9000.

HOTEL MONACO SEATTLE – A Super Bowl Super Stay
Hotel Monaco is offering the ultimate Super Bowl party with its “Super Bowl Super Stay” package. The package includes an overnight stay in Hotel Monaco’s Ambassador Suite, the entire top floor of the hotel rented out for your guests, multiple TVs in the suite to catch all the action, a custom tailgate menu tailored to your tastes from Chef Jason McClure of Sazerac Restaurant, and a staffed bar. Even more, if the Seahawks win the Super Bowl, the individual who booked this package wins a free night in the Ambassador Suite once a year for LIFE. The Super Bowl Super Stay package is priced at $25,000. To book, call VIP reservations at

OLIVER’S (MAYFLOWER PARK HOTEL)- Raise your Glass in the name of the Seahawks 
For Super Bowl XLVIII, Oliver’s gives fellow 12s a chance to toast to the Seahawks. For its “Boom Town” special, Oliver’s will be offering select Washington wines priced at $7.50 a glass. For 12s wanting something different, Oliver’s will be offering a Glacier Blue cocktail with Bols Blue Curacao liqueur, gin, vodka and a garnish of lime. The Glacier Blue is priced at $8.

For hungry 12s, Oliver’s will also offer “Golden Tate r’ Tots” with garlic, white cheddar and bacon priced at $6. For something a bit meatier, 12s can take refuge with the Roast Beast Mode Sandwich. This New York deli-style sandwich comes complete with salad, soup, or fries and is priced at $12 a sandwich. All specials will be served Feb. 1-2 from 11:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.


BRAVE HORSE TAVERN – Stellar 12th Man Specials
For the big game February 2, Brave Horse Tavern will be offering game day nachos, blue and green jello shots, and happy hour all day. Doors open at 10 a.m. Go Hawks!

THE GERALD – One Hauschka Sour, Please
A drink that personifies the Seahawks star kicker, Steven Hauschka, the “Hauschka
Sour” is made of gin, lime, sage, apple liqueurs, and an egg white for a foamy texture.
This gem is crafted in a sophisticated bar called The Gerald, located in downtown Ballard, and will be served through Super Bowl Sunday.

Gordon Biersch at Pacific Place will be sounding off in the 12th man spirit by providing all-day happy hour specials during Super Bowl

HENRY’S TAVERN – Quench your Thirst
For Super Bowl XLVIII, Henry’s Tavern will help quench the mighty 12th man thirst. Doors will open at 9 a.m., a second satellite bar will be available, and of course Beast Mode jello shots and touchdown shots will be offered.

IVAR’S – A Seahawk Souper Bowl 
For Super Bowl XLVIII, Ivar’s is planning to meet all your chowder needs. Priced at $24, Ivar’s is offering a gallon of your favorite red or white clam chowder that serves over 20 six-ounce servings. Pick up your chowder package at any local Ivar’s Seafood Bar for the big game on February 2 and ensure your Super Bowl party truly represents the Pacific Northwest.

KICKIN’ BOOT WHISKEY KITCHEN – For the Finger Lickin’ 12s
For Super Bowl Sunday, Kickin’ Boot Whiskey Kitchen in Ballard will be running beer, whiskey and cocktail specials, along with their lip-smacking barbeque all day long on February 2.

LUNCHBOX LABORATORY – Lab Specials for 12s
Lunchbox Laboratory will give 12s a chance to watch the big game. All three Lunchbox
Laboratory locations will screen the Super Bowl on multiple TVs and will offer game day food and drink specials in its bar seating areas.

SUITE 410 BAR – Get in the Spirit with a Beastronessey 
What do you get when you mix Marshawn Lynch’s two favorite spirits with his on-field presence? Beastronessey. To create this unique cocktail, Suite 410 combines Lynch’s two favorite spirits, Hennessey and Patron, with yellow chartreuse, apple juice, maple syrup and a Granny Smith apple garnish. The “Beastronessey” will be served through Super Bowl Sunday.

SUN LIQUOR BAR – The Maple Caper shows off a “Showtime Tate” 
The Sun Liquor bar embodies Golden Tate with its “Maple Caper.” This cocktail is fashioned together with Sun Liquor barrel aged rum, bourbon, Grade-A maple syrup, heavy cream, and a whole egg. Enjoy this cocktail all the way up to a Seahawk Super Bowl.

VOLUNTEER PARK CAFÉ – Grub 12s can take Home 
Volunteer Park Café wants to make sure 12s can sit back, relax, and cheer their heads off without worrying about what to cook. For Super Bowl Sunday, the café will be offering Moroccan spiced organic chicken wings priced at $24 for 12 wings or $48 for 24 wings. The café will also offer a three layer dip for $40 (serves 8-10) and 12th Man cupcakes for $3.50 each or $36 per dozen. Make sure you pre-order by 3 p.m. Thursday, January 30.

VON TRAPP’S – Tailgate party menu for the 12th man
Von Trapp’s bier hall will run special Super Bowl menu items from 12 p.m. throughout the end of the game on Sunday, February 2. Chef Pete Fjosne will serve football pretzels, chili cheese dogs and a variety of hot wings. A selection of happy hour menu items will be available and half liters of Bayern VT Lager will be $4. Fourteen televsion screens will be showing the game and bocce ball courts are open for

WORLD SPORTS GRILLE – Specials for the 12th Man
World Sports Grille will be opening its doors for Super Bowl Sunday, February 2, at 11 a.m. to welcome hungry and thirsty 12s. World Sports Grille will be offering beer and drinks specials that include $20 beer buckets, a $15 “12th Man” PBR bucket, and $4 draft beer. World Sports Grille will also be offering a game day food menu with appetizer specials.

Bars & Sport Lounges

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Blue Martini
Happy Hour from 2 – 8PM, Specialty priced beverages, and discounted menu items. Table reservations available. Eleven 60” flat screen TV’s.
Opens at 2PM

The Spot Off Main
Food and beverages specials all day, including $2 touchdowns, Jello shots 2 for $1, $4 fireball shots, and more. Raffle for a trip to Hawaii.
Opens at 11AM

6 47” flatscreens, 3 giant HD flatscreens, 155” projection screen, happy hour pricing on food all day, and food buffet through the 1st quarter.
Opens at 2PM

520 Bar & Grill
Happy hour all day long as long as you’re wearing Hawks gear. Reservations available.
Opens at 10AM

20+ flat screens, 3 10ft screens, happy hour all day + drink specials.
Opens at 11AM

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THE FUTURE OF FLIGHT AVIATION CENTER & BOEING TOUR – 12s Take it to the Skies The Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour is celebrating the Seahawks by raising the 12th Man flag and by offering fans in Seahawk gear $12 tickets. The promotion runs through Super Bowl XLVIII. The regular ticket price is $18 at the door. Boeing Tours will be offered on a space available basis and cannot be reserved in advance. The Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour is open from 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. daily except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. Tours of the Boeing Assembly Plant last 90 minutes and run on the hour beginning at 9 a.m. with the last tour at 3 p.m. Children must be 4 ft. tall to take the Boeing

MUSEUM OF FLIGHT – 12s Fly High for Less
As the Seattle Seahawks fly high as NFC West Champions, the Museum of Flight joins the Emerald City celebration by offering half-priced admission through Super Bowl XLVIII for all visitors wearing Seahawks gear.

WOODLAND PARK ZOO – Unleash the 12s 
Woodland Park Zoo “Is In!” As the Seattle Seahawks prepare for Super Bowl XLVIII, Woodland Park Zoo will kick off a $3 off regular zoo admission discount for fans sporting their Seahawks garb or paraphernalia. The promotion continues everyday through the Super Bowl, February 2. Admission before discount: Adult (13-64) $12.75; Child (3-12) $8.75; Toddler (0-2) Free. Active, retired, and veteran U.S. military and their families, seniors and people with physical disabilities receive an admission discount. Zoo members receive free zoo admission year-round.

SEATTLE CENTER – Armory Food Atrium Super Bowl Game Broadcast
The Seattle Center Armory Food Atrium will offer a free broadcast of the Super Bowl on two large screens on February 2.

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VISIT SEATTLE – Emerald City Represent 

As the Seahawks prepare to travel cross country for Super Bowl XLVIII, Visit Seattle has already begun to lay the ground work to represent the Emerald City. After the Hawks’ win in the NFC Championship, Visit Seattle’s 2 Days in Seattle tourism marketing campaign quickly hit the streets of Manhattan. Starting Monday, Jan. 20, New York tour buses were outfitted with iconic images of Seattle and its surrounding area that includes the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, mountains and waterfalls. The buses will cruise around New York for the next two weeks through Super Bowl Sunday.

Written by Charles Koh

Founded EatSeattle, and has continued to use his expertise as editor-in-chief to guide the website’s growth over the last five years. Koh’s experience focuses on digital marketing and social media, and has been a part of several companies, some of which he created, specializing in both areas over the course of his career. Koh was previously with Google and Zagat where he helped expand and grow communities worldwide.

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