Seahawks play - where will you be?

Saturday, January 12, 2013

So where will you be for the Seahawks game on Sunday (kick off at 10am)? If you prefer watching your sports as part of an audience, here are some public places where you can watch the game on a big screen TV, have food, alcohol, and like-minded company.

Cinnebar Theatre
6009 244th St SW, Mountlake Terrace WA 98043
(244th St SW is across the street from NE 205th in Shoreline)

Cinnebarre is a combo restaurant / movie theatre. Over 21 only.

Seahawks game Sunday! FREE admission, doors open at 9:30am. Seating is on a first come, first serve basis! We have a GREAT brunch menu!

Lake Forest Bar / Grill
17171 Bothell Way
Lake Forest Park 98155

Show your Seahawk support with us this Sunday. During the game your first draft beer, mimosa or bloody mary is only $1.12! Plus, the most 'Hawked Out!' fan will get a $50 Gift Certificate.

Open 9am

Darrell's Tavern
18041 Aurora (across from Fred Meyer)

Doors open 9:30am. Bloody Mary bar and more

Jersey's Great Food

1306 N 175th St Ste 101
(right next to City Hall)
Shoreline 98133

They'll be open at 9am, serving breakfast

Probably any bar with a big screen TV will be open Sunday morning, serving something to drink or eat. Check with your favorite, or scope out a new one.

North City Lounge on Facebook
17554 15th Ave NE
Shoreline 98155

Open at 9am

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Evan Smith,  January 13, 2013 at 2:09 AM  

I plan to be in church wearing any color but blue and looking back fondly on the days when our biggest sport was Husky crew. I wish the Seahawks well, but I'm tired of the blatant cheerleading by local TV news people.

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