Where to Watch the Seahawks Beat the Saints
Back when the 2013/14 football season was just beginning (ah, memories), we polled our Facebook readers to find out the best spots to watch the Hawks. You can read the full list here; there are tons of great, rowdy places on the list.
Now that our team is 13-3 and heading into the second round playoffs against the (12-5) New Orleans Saints, we thought we'd add a few more haunts perfect for watching the big game.
Seattle Public Library (will be showing the game in the auditorium, complete with football-shaped cookies and free Seahawks goodies)
The Yard House
The Metropolitan Grill
Altstadt (opens at 10:00 a.m.)
Capitol Cider (with a 91-inch HD projection screen and gluten-free menu)
Watching from the comforts of your sofa? Head to West Seattle's Marination Ma Kai to pick up one of its Touchdown Taco Packs (12 tacos) or Score More Slider Packs (12 sliders) for $25, complete with an aluminum pan with a lid to keep your gridiron fare warm in the oven.
If your Friday plans involve the Seattle Art Museum, wear your Seahawks gear for two for one admission (say "12th Man" at the admissions desk) and get in the spirit as the museum projects the 12th Man icon today at 4 p.m. on the Hammering Man sculpture out front.