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The best in urban recreation, arts and culture, sports, dining and shopping is just outside our front doors in downtown Seattle. Outdoor activities abound both in and around the city, including biking, hiking, skiing, boating and whale watching and many more. Seattle is a city with a strong culture of the arts, offering symphony, opera, ballet and professional theatre.

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A thriving music scene exists here, with local and national acts playing in small clubs and major event venues. Seattle also hosts national sports teams, including football, baseball, soccer and women’s basketball.

The city offers an array of annual events that are locally and nationally appealing, drawing huge crowds year after year. The Boat Show, Bite of Seattle, Seafair Festival, Pride Parade, Bumbershoot music festival, Northwest Folklife Festival and numerous film festivals are a tribute to Seattle’s cultural diversity.

Foodies and casual diners alike will delight in Seattle’s culinary offerings. Waterfront dining, informal bistros, historic restaurants, stall vendors at Pike Place Market and the mobile truck trend have all contributed to a city known for excellent cuisine and memorable dining experiences. Award-winning chefs and restaurants abound in each of the city’s distinctive neighborhoods.

We look forward to welcoming you to Seattle! You may find the following resources helpful as you plan your stay.

Guide - Nightlife - Sports Bar

88 Keys

315 2nd Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104 206-839-1300

Description: PIONEER SQUARE. Shrinking violets, beware: With two dueling piano players, a raucous atmosphere, and audience participation near 100%, 88 Keys is a great place to let loose. Musicians keep things boisterous with witty banter, good-natured ribbing, and familiar tunes that all seem to be crowd favorites. Get your courage up with tube or jello shots or a good old-fashioned mixed bucket of beers. A mainstay of younger crowds, the bar also pulls in business travelers on the quest for a good time.
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Admiral Pub

2306 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116 206-933-9500

Description: WEST SEATTLE. A popular spot for catching the latest sports coverage and shooting pool, this neighborhood bar offers 13 draft beers and satisfying grub.
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Edge Grill

1522 6th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101 206-340-1369

Description: DOWNTOWN. This upscale sports bar is a perfect fit with the after-work crowd. Flat-screen plasma TVs are scattered throughout the spacious bar area, affording unobstructed views of the game from almost every seat. Pull up a chair to the elegantly-carved bar for great happy hour specials during the week, or slip away to the cozy lounge if you need a break from the action. There are great eats to nosh on while you check the scores, too; coconut shrimp, soy-ginger salmon, and roasted prime rib are a cut above normal bar fare.
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Floyd's Place

521 1st Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109 206-284-3542

Description: QUEEN ANNE. It's not hard to find this watering hole ­ its dancing pig and waltzing cow sign is a neighborhood landmark. Right down the street from Key Arena, it's a favorite pre-game gathering spot for Sonics fans. An impressive selection of premium domestic and imported drafts joins homemade BBQ to create just the right recipe for a day of sports on the tube. After downing some brews and a brisket or two, work off the extra calories in the back room by playing eight ball, shuffleboard, or pinball.
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Fremont Dock Sports Bar and Cafe

1102 N 34th St, Seattle, WA 98103 206-633-4300

Description: FREMONT. Step into this friendly neighborhood establishment to catch the game, and enjoy a cold beer and a heaping plate of steak and eggs. Two big-screen TVs mean that you'll have a great view of sports action, usually devoted to the Seahawks, Mariners, Sonics, or Huskies. Monday nights are dedicated to football and to great food and drink specials. Popular breakfast fare ­ including favorites like corned beef hash and eggs, omelets, and buttermilk pancakes ­ is served until 2pm.
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FX McRory's

419 Occidental Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104 206-623-4800

Description: PIONEER SQUARE. Billing itself as a steak, chop, and oyster house, McRory's is also popular with sports fans, given its vicinity to Safeco Field and the football stadium. The establishment consists of both a bar and restaurant, both of which serve a variety of beers (including microbrews) and some pretty good steaks. Dark woods surround patrons at the bar, which boasts four TVs to ensure that you never miss a game. The restaurant menu is available in the bar, and you can also get fresh oysters, both steamed and raw. A full bar guarantees that you have any beverage you desire, and you can partake inside or on the outside deck. Plus, the bar typically closes an hour later than the restaurant serves food. Great for groups.
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7311 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103 206-420-7174

Description: GREENWOOD. When Northsiders are looking for a homey place to drink and chat with friends, this alehaus often springs to mind. Appropriately named after the German word for "cheers," the place has the look and feel of an Old World beer hall, from its mural of a lovely Oktoberfest mistress to ornate beer steins. After wetting your whistle with a few liters of the house hefeweizen, check out the menu, which boasts everything from brats and kraut to enormous Bavarian pretzels with spicy mustard.
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Ram Restaurant & Big Horn Brewery

2650 University Village Pl, Seattle, WA 98105 206-525-3565

Description: UNIVERSITY DISTRICT. Especially during the university's regular sessions, this upscale watering hole is a favorite weekend haunt for hordes of purple-and-gold-wearing Husky faithful, who crowd in to watch their team on the tube while enjoying house-brewed beers and some of Seattle's best burgers. Shiny brewing machines and exposed brick walls give the place a quintessential brewpub look. A member of the Big Horn Brewing family, the Ram features a handful of colorfully named brews, including the popular Buttface Amber, Big Red Ale, and Total Disorder Porter.
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Sharps RoastHouse

18427 Pacific Hwy S, Seattle, WA 98188 206-241-5744

Description: SEA-TAC AIRPORT. A good place to bide your time before catching a flight out of Sea-Tac, this sports bar offers a "last chance," if you will, for sampling the Pacific Northwest's signature microbrews. A full menu features everything from barbecue to burgers to roasted meats. Reasonable prices (for the area, that is) and a distinctly masculine atmosphere make Sharps the preferred haunt of many traveling businessmen staying at nearby hotels.
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537 Occidental Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104 206-654-8070

Description: PIONEER SQUARE. Convenient for sports-lovers catching the Mariners in American League action at Safeco Field or the Seahawks in NFL action at Seahawks Stadium, this bar is a favorite with fans, thanks to all of the sports memorabilia adorning the walls. With something like 30 televisions, it's also a great place to catch the game when you can't get tickets, or to celebrate pre- or post-game. Terrific pub grub and mugs of ice cold beer are standard at the two-level watering hole, and while it may not be filled to capacity on non-game days, just wait till the Seahawks win!
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2219 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98121 206-441-7966

Description: BELLTOWN. Get ready to redefine your concept of a sports bar when you enter Spitfire. Catering to a hip, trendy young crowd that happens to enjoy sports, this sleek establishment boasts exposed brick, works by local artists, and fashionable, modern decor. You won't find greasy fries and onion rings on the menu; instead, updated Mexican fare like roasted poblano quesadillas and chili-rubbed lamb skewers keeps patrons satisfied. And the sports? You'll have a clear view of the action on 17 plasma TVs dotted about the interior.
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World's Sports Grille

731 Westlake Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109 206-223-0300

Description: LAKE UNION. This 24,000-square-foot, two floor complex houses a wide variety of entertainment possibilities, including pool, video games, darts, karaoke, dancing, and ping pong. Sports fans especially relish the 27 TVs (nine of them are 60-inchers), which make Wold's Sports Grille a fun spot to catch the game with friends. In addition, two restaurants and a fifty-foot bar ensure that you're bound to find something to suit your appetite, even if it's just a burger and a beer.
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