Seattle >Food & Dining > Sport Restaurant & Bar
140 Fourth Ave N, Seattle, WA | Directions 9810947.619375 -122.348799
Sun-Tue: 11:30am-11pm, Fri-Sat: 11:30am-1pm
Neighborhoods: Lake Union, South-Lake Union
Fancy pants sports bar with more flat screens than you bother to count. A full bar and a diverse menu means there is something for everyone. They even have outdoor tvs in case you need to get a breath of fresh air on the large & comfortable outdoor patio that overlooks the Space Needle.
The happy hour is generous running 3:30 - 6:30 daily with bites and beers starting at just $2.75.
Cold beer, hot food, an expansive bar and the latest sports action taking place on screens that can be seen from any vantage point you find most comfortable make this a true sports lover paradise. They shoot...they score!!!!
Grab a booth, a burger, a beer. Sport is a great place to watch a game!
The food is not the draw here - it's the sports! A television for about every 3 customers, this is the place to watch the game. Located in Fisher Plaza, the venue often doubles as a live sportscasting center for KOMO and an after work drinking hole for the rest of the building's employees. You've never seen so many work badges in one place!
Best Burgers. – Great food here....everything seems really fresh and nicely made...as a cook myself , I love eating here. Especially the burgers. The cookies are made fresh and the Char sui salad is amazing. Servers are friendly and its nice to not see an all male kitchen. Sit and relax watching television. Just beware no tto go there on busy game days you will be waiting a long time to get a seat.
Fun sports bar – Go here during football and college basketball season. MAKE RESERVATIONS! It is almost impossible to sit in the recliner area where the big screen is however you can see the big screen from all the tables. Our waitstaff has been friendly and not pushy... they understand you plan to be there 3+ hours and don't expect you to order appetizer, meal and dessert. Place isn't too loud so if you watch a game different from the big screen you can still hear. Food is okay... my reuben was awful, had absolutely no flavor but the ranch chicken sandwich is yummy. The Haagen Dazs milk shakes are delish, almost a meal in themselves! The burgers are big and hearty, I tend to share the Bleu-Cheeseburger with my husband as who needs a half pound of beef sitting in their stomach. The pizza's are thin style so one person could eat a small. The nachos were really disappointing and not at all plentiful, especialy for $12.25 if you order with chicken. Well, we ordered them with chicken but only found two or three chunks. They used to be on the Passport card, buy one get one deal, but are no longer.
I'm sorry that you felt the Nacho's were not plentiful...the chicken on the nachos is sliced thin and is distributed over the entire dish...3 oz's of grilled sliced chicken.
All the foods made at SPORT or made in house from the hand chopped salsa to the 10oz hand formed Kobe Beef Burgers...so we do tend to be a little more expensive than the competition...but we believe we are worth it!
You are still welcome to use your Passport card at SPORT as a matter of fact we encourage the use of the Passport card.
Best value in Seattle – I first visited SPORT based upon a recommendation from a few friends who regular the restaurant every Sunday during footbal season. I came in with no expectations other than a solid sports bar with some good beer and food. I could not have underestimated my experience any more. My first impression was awe at the enormous high-def projection big screen in the lounge in addition to the personal TVs in every booth. This enjoyment was augmented with the best burger I've had in my entire life (The Kobe Beef Burger). My friends and I had a few rounds of beer from their impressive local and imported selection and were shocked when we found our tab to be significantly lower than expected. Needless to say, I would recommend SPORT to any sports enthusiast. However, I would extend that invitation to anyone looking for a high value experience with great food and entertainment. SPORT rocks!
best sports bar in seattle – service was great, food was great. no waitresses in orange shorts to annoy me or drunken slobs trying to talk to me. the best sports bar in the city.
Great Service, Great Food make for a Great Time – This was my third trip into SPORT and the one thing I have been most impressed with all three times is the service. These people know how to take care of their customers and go out of their way to prove it.
The menu covers everything you would expect in a Sport's Bar from pizza to wings to steaks to great burgers, they have it all and I have yet to have a bad meal. The SW Chicken Sandwich is a flavor rush and all items are prepared with what seems to be, great care.
And oh by the way...How many TV's do they have in that place!!! Sensory overload at it's finest for any Sport's fan and I am sure what most people like best of all, is the tv's in the booth's if you are lucky enough to get one. This place is a home run for Sport's Bars in Seattle.
With food this good can it really be a Sport's Bar! – Wow, my husband took me here to watch a Mariner game and my expectations of a Sport's Bar have been ruined forever. With TV's everywhere including our own booth and a ginormous big screen that had my husband salivating, I had no idea the best was yet to come. In an incredibly clean and open space I had one of the best meals I have ever had, let alone in a Sport's Bar setting. The menu is extensive and should satisify all but the quality is what just blew me away. I had a New York Steak that was as good as any I have eaten in any Steakhouse in the city. My better half had a Kobe Beef Burger and although it was a $13.00 burger, it was by far, the best burger I have ever tasted and there were Angus burgers for under $10.00 on the menu as well. Our Coconut Shrimp Appetizer was really good but the dipping sauce was to die for. And how can a girl say no to a Haagen Dazs Chocolate Chip Cookie Sundae. This is not your ordinary Sport's Bar and although it may seem a bit expensive at first glance, the quality of food, the incredible service we received and the overall enviornment just can't be matched. I can't believe I am saying this but I am looking forward to going back to a SPORT because this experience was off the charts.
Small Portions Huge Prices – This place does have a ton of TV's and the atmosphere isn't all that bad but I ordered the Crab Salad sandwich expecting something other than a Mayo soaked slice of bread. The pizzas are tiny and overpriced and there is NO WAY THAT THEY SHOULD CHARGE $12 FOR A BURGER!
God Bless Large TV's! – My friends and I had a great time here for happy hour this week. The info here was right it did help us save some dough, and our waitress was attentive and very good. I can't wait to go back to watch some big games on that HUGE TV. My brother had been here a few drunken times also with a group of rowdy guys and had fun also.
Sport is the Worst Restaurant/Bar in Seattle – I went one evening to meet my wife there for drinks/dinner during the Huskies Basketball season last year and was told that they had reached their capacity and could not let anyone else in. I politely asked if I could just duck in and tell my wife that I couldn't get in and so we could go somewhere else and they said no. Then after waiting for about 20 minutes to get in, my wife comes out with a friend to use the bathrooms(which, btw, are not in the restaurant) and asked the Host/Manager (who should be a manager at Chuck E Cheese) if I could come in and he smiled slyly and said o.k. You would think I'd be happy about this, but it's happened(the overcrowding) on more than one occasion and they're so inconsistent with telling patrons that they can or can't come in that it's annoying. Food is average. Servers are o.k. Everything's overpriced. Management are buffoons. I wanted to like this place because I lived in Belltown, but they lost me at the front door.
TVs are above average – The service is slow and confused. The food is below average and the drinks are not cheap, but you can watch the game from any where as they are way above average in number and quality of sets.
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