Seattle Soccer Bar Guide

Bar Index

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Pioneer Square

Fuel

Elysian Fields

 

North Seattle

Atlantic Crossing

Capitol Hill

Baltic Room

Piecora’s Pizza House

Belltown

5 Point Cafe

Spitfire Lounge 





 

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5 Point Cafe

5 Point Cafe

415 Cedar St

Denny and 99

Seattle’s legendary 5 Point Cafe is open 24 hours so you can watch games live whenever they are on. Our full menu is served all the time and is famous for huge portions of traditional American comfort food at great prices. Our bar opens at 6am daily and is known for serving the stiffest drinks in town. We have several new HDtv’s, free wifi, and a fantastic group of regulars ready to argue debate any team, player, city or really, anything. And you can view the Space Needle through a periscope in the men’s room.

Winner of Seattle Magazine’s Best Dive Bar 2010

Check out their Happy Hour menu.

Phone: 206-448-9993

Elysian Fields

Elysian Fields

542 1st Ave S.

The Elysian Fields is a family friendly restaurant and bar in the shadow of Qwest Field.

Large screens make it a great place to watch games, but as a retreat before and after Sounders games, it is perfectly situated.

A full menu and full bar are well spaced out, with two private rooms for parties too. You can enter from both 1st Avenue and directly opposite the Northwest exit of Qwest Field.

Elysian Fields was the venue for the Prost Amerika Town Hall party starring Kasey Keller and Arlo White (see below).

206 382 4498

Photo: Sarah Samson


Baltic Pic

Baltic Room

 

Baltic Room

 

1207 Pine Street

Capitol Hill

Once known as more of a night club, owner Jason Brotman was finally persuaded by his own staff that the world’s game must come to the Baltic Room. So they put plans for a major redevelopment on temporary hold until they could work out how football viewing could be accommodated in the new lay out.

The new bar will have screens, several levels, much more of a focus on food and it will be dedicatedly Sounders friendly. Jason told us honestly, “We’re not just going to appear at the World Cup and claim to be a soccer bar. We’re going to work specifically before time to ensure that the soccer watching experience at the Baltic Room is as good as it can possibly be. If that takes money, we’ll spend it.

The remodeling is scheduled to take place early next year and the venue will be ready for a full football viewing experience in time for MLS 2010. It will be safe to say that the Baltic Room will have spent more than any other bar on football fans by the time it’s completed.

(206) 625 4444


Atlantic Crossing

Atlantic Crossing

 

6508 Roosevelt Way NE

Ravenna

This soccer friendly pub, run by amiable Englishman Gareth Etchells, has been adopted by the Emerald City Supporters, as a home away from home. The best import beer selection in the neighborhood is complimented by a daily happy hour from 3pm – 6pm, an outdoor beer garden and lunch served until 6pm.

On Mondays, you will find karaoke and there is a weekend brunch served from 10am – 3pm.

Gareth is happy to show almost any soccer; English Premier League, MLS Champions League and internationals.

Phone: 206-729-6266


Spitfire

Spitfire

2219 4th Avenue

Belltown

Co-owner Jerry Everard aimed to have a lounge “where art was as important as the TVs and food was as important as the sports,” when he took this over and he has succeeded. With a Cuban themed menu and flat screens everywhere, Spitfire is a haven for those who like the finer things in life while watching the finest sport in life. Former BluWater Bistro chef James Earl has developed a Latin-influenced menu that’s “not ethnic by any means,” – heavy on flavor and spices but lighter on the fried stuff. The weekend brunch would go well with your viewing and as a venue for those big international games, the atmosphere can rock.

Spitfire is set up to be the perfect place to catch a Sounders FC road match before heading out for a night on the town. Upscale without being intimidating, its everything you would imagine a Belltown sports bar to be plus a late night happy hour to bring the night full circle.


Fuel

Fuel

164 S. Washington Street

Pioneer Square

Located 3 blocks from Qwest Field and directly across the street from the starting point of the stadium march, Fuel is the only place to be for true Sounders fans. Fuel is the official Emerald City Supporter’s pre-game destination with membership sign-up before every home match. Come join the ranks!

Fuel is a full-service sports bar featuring 13 gorgeous plasma displays plus one 200″ projection screen. Incredible food selections (including 8am breakfasts on Sounders Saturday day games,) every major satellite sports package, Sky Sports/Fox Soccer channel, along with a friendly, knowledgeable, and attractive staff, all make Fuel one of the best sports lounges in Seattle. ECS members receive additional specials and discounts!

Watch the World Cup at Fuel as they are open for lunch M-F at 11:30, and offer a homemade daily special for only $7. Happy hour is M-F from 3-7pm with $1.99 appetizers, $3 wells, and $1 off all beer and wine.

Evenings at Fuel heat up with a mix of live music, DJs and Karaoke. Reserve the intimate VIP lounge for your next private party or viewing event.

Get there early as certain team owners have been known to frequent Fuel on match days to join in song and give a little back to the fans.

Sounders… Scarves Up!


Piecoras Pizza House

Piecoras

1401 East Madison St

 

(206) 328-4787

Capitol Hill is the venue for this surprisingly spacious soccer restaurant situated on the corner of three streets. Beyond the restaurant itself, there are banquet rooms for rent hidden in the back, and each has a collection of enormous screens so that all get a good view of the action.