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11 Sports Bars Where you Can Watch the Big Game on the East Side of Seattle in 2019

Categories: Bellevue, Community Spotlight, Renton, Sammamish Plateau, Seattle, Washington | Posted: January 22, 2019

The Big Game is quickly approaching and no matter who makes it through the finals the odds are that you’ll be watching the game on February 3, 2019. There are so many things to love about sports bars, the greasy food, the easy attire, darts, pool, and foosball. One of the best things about sports bars is the prices, give your wallet a much-needed break after the holidays and enjoy a pitcher of beer and a $10 burger. For one night, drop the reservations and join the masses for a rowdy, all American celebration. There are no shortages of sports venues all over the East Side, so come early, pull up a bar stool and get comfortable.

Bellevue

  • The Goose Pub if you’re looking for a good old-fashioned dive bar in a location that you might not expect, this one’s for you. Expect frozen, fried bar food in a relaxed, atmosphere, it’s a good place to meet some friends for an easy-going, don’t want to do your hair kind of afternoon out.
  • Tavern Hall is a sports bar you’d expect to find in downtown Bellevue, beautiful subway tiled walls, large pillars, high, wood beamed ceilings and huge hanging lanterns make this a unique venue to enjoy the big game. There’s something here to keep everyone in your party happy from big, juicy burgers to vegan nachos, small-batch brews to craft cocktails. Despite the primo venue the prices are still reasonable, everything on the menu is under $16.

Issaquah

  • Gaslamp Bar and Grill if you’re looking for a place to bring your entire family for super bowl Sunday, this is it. Gaslamp is an Issaquah institution, it has been around almost 50 years and is proudly family friendly with plenty of televisions and a traditional sports bar menu, light on vegetarian options.
  • Malarky’s Sports Grill is your traditional, neighborhood sports bar, exactly what you’d expect in any town. Malarky’s has good food, lots of regulars, and a hometown vibe. Pull up a bar stool and meet your neighbors here.

Kirkland

  • The Lime is a lively neighborhood venue tucked away in Kirkland. When they aren’t broadcasting games on their large-screen televisions, they’re hosting live bands. The Lime is a local favorite with something always happening and cheap food, and drinks to boot, but you might want to clear out your arteries beforehand.
  • Tony’s Sports Bar is a Northeast Kirkland favorite known for their wings, happy hour specials and numerous televisions. This one fills up quickly on a normal game day so come stake your spot early.

Mercer Island

  • Roanoke Inn is one of the few places to choose from on Mercer Island, and the food can be hit or miss, but this 105-year-old bar and its friendly, throwback atmosphere with a cozy interior is a local favorite. Be sure to come early it’s no secret and people from all over the city come to enjoy the famous Roanoke.

Newcastle

  • Resonate Brewery + Pizzeria, tucked away in the Newport Hills neighborhood, this little hidden gem is worth finding. If you’re looking for an easy, neighborhood joint with tasty pizza and home-brewed beer you’ve found it here at Resonate. It’s an easy order at the counter kind of place, kids are welcome with their own children’s play area to keep them happy while you watch the game.

Sammamish

  • Pine Lake Ale House is tucked away in a strip mall, but inside awaits a warm interior with an impressive small batch tap list and always a hoard of locals. Unfortunately, it might be the only sports bar in Sammamish so make sure to come early as it will definitely be packed on super bowl Sunday.

Renton

  • JP’s Williams Ave Pub, located on the website under JP’s Barroom, but on the sign out front it’s listed as Williams Ave Pub. Don’t judge a pub by its cover, Williams is a dive bar out front, but it’s warm and inviting inside with a large cobblestone fireplace and a heavy wrought iron flu. A large percentage of the menu is under $10, food and drinks are affordable and surprisingly high quality, and not what you might expect from this dive. You’ll find plenty of televisions to watch the game, but don’t expect the massive wrap around TVs like some of the larger, more polished establishments.
  • The Local 907, another local taproom as the name implies is The Local 907, it’s warm and comforting inside with deep red walls and wooden bar stools. The website isn’t up and running, but the food is delicious, they’re known for fresh cut fries, tater tots, and burgers all for under $10.

No matter where you choose to go, have an enjoyable and safe Super Bowl Sunday and don’t forget to uber your way home.

Jackie

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