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Go for Happy Hour!.
I'm a girl that doesn't usually flock to sports bars but man oh man do I love the spectator! Get there for Happy hour, grab the Black Bean Nachos for $4 (it's a tower of gooey awesomeness) and a $3.50 micro brew and you are set.
The vibe is chill on weeknights. Perfect if you're not there for the big game :)
Fun Place. It is a great place to watch a game or get some grub. the Edgar Burger is amazing. A little disappointed they stop selling sessions, but they have some old school video games.
bad food. great tv's and place to watch a game but bad food. the happy hour prices for food are great but the food is lacking. they also servce tall-boy PBR's in a brown bag
Great Atmosphere, Can hold a conversation in this place.. We had a group of abot 7 and randomly came in after a bad experience at another bar. The big round booths were so cool with the old school loungey chairs with wheels. We were able to sit and talk, but still feel like we were in a bar setting. Relaxed atmosphere with good looking staff that were fun and very personable! We didn't eat, but the prices on the menu i looked at were fairly inexpensive for what you get. The back bar is great too and has shuffleboard, Pin Ball and table games!! I love it!! Half our group was from St. Louis and they had a blast. Definitely will be back for Happy Hour during the week!
Editorial Review. With inexpensive bar and grub, this spot gives Seattle a place to enjoy sporting events and chow down.
Brilliant!. Queen Anne finally has a neighborhood bar that actually specializes in sports with great food. I was there last weekend and it was rockin' with cute waitresses and great drinks. I heard they are even getting shuffleboard in their side room. I've been waiting for a place like this!
Sporty sister venue to the Showbox offers high-definition TVs, a vintage game room and an international lineup of sporting events..
Fans of lesser-known sports finally have a place to call their own. This hipster-oriented sports bar shows a constant loop of cricket, horse racing, rugby, tennis, NASCAR and other eclectic events along with the usual American classics. The loud, post-college crowd chooses between two rooms, each equipped with a bar: One offers red leatherette banquettes and a pool table, the other has old-school video games and a calmer atmosphere.
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