Where to watch the big football games in Seattle

Don't miss out on the big football game—watch it at one of these popular spots. (©Sarah Flotard)

7 Spots to Watch the Big Game in Seattle

By WhereTraveler Staff on 12/10/14, updated 02/02/17
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Whether you’re a die-hard fan or a weekend warrior, it’s hard to deny the power and draw of a big football game. When in Seattle, there are plenty of great places where you can check out the biggest of games, the Super Bowl. A trip to the Emerald City provides lots of opportunities for unique experiences, but if you’re looking for a familiar setting with food, beer and pigskin on a big screen, superb options abound.

Quality Athletics

Legendary chef Josh Henderson, of Skillet fame, opened up this Pioneer Square sports bar and restaurant, complete with great seating and a private event space for your own celebration. 

Buckley’s

“Your friendly neighborhood pub” can get you in front of a screen at two locations, Queen Anne and Belltown, both welcoming kids with special menus just for them. 

The Ram

The University Village Ram hosts a live radio show every Monday and their Northgate location features the same award-winning hand-crafted beers that they’ve brewed for more than 40 years. 

The Lodge

The newest location downtown is in the Executive Hotel Pacific, or you can catch all the action at the stadium location—any closer and you’d be on the field! 

Muckleshoot Casino

Muckleshoot Casino

Come for the game, stay for the gaming! Muckleshoot Casino's Club Galaxy hosts a number of great prizes and promotions for every game. Stop in for your chance to win VIP opportunities, gifts and lots more. Don’t miss their food and beer specials while you’re here. 

FX McRory’s

This classic steak, chop and oyster house is situated in Pioneer Square and keeps later hours on event days. Stop in and you’re likely to meet the owner, Mick McHugh, himself: He loves to greet customers and pour cocktails. 

Ballard Loft

Ballard Loft

This casual neighborhood eatery hosts great events, including a Party Bus, and lots of great happy hour options. You can even play shuffleboard or participate in trivia between plays.