It’s my favorite time of the year. Football season! Whether it’s college or NFL — I love it. And this year I was lucky enough to get season tickets to the Seahawks from a friend that is out of town for the season. But when I’m not at the games I love cozying up on the couch and watching it — but not with my kids. They think I yell too loud! Where do you like to watch the games? Here are some places in our communities that offer many TV’s, great atmosphere and delicious football food. Some places we’ve included are Kid friendly….if you’re into that sort of thing! 🙂
With 3 locations, Burien, Lake City and West Seattle, this is a local favorite and genuinely welcomes kids. With upscale comfort food, housemade beers, this is a great place to watch the Seahawks and other local games.
Sound like a perfect place to watch “the game” to me! Located in Kirkland’s Juanita neighborhood, with seven large screen TVs and a sizable beer selection you won’t be disappointed. Menu options include all-day breakfast and The Game’s nationally recognized Ultimate Nachos. The Game offers a $4.25 kids menu and a variety of games to keep the kiddos busy.
McMenamins Anderson School
If you’ve been wanting to check out the awesome school-turned-hotel in downtown Bothell, game day can be your chance, and take the kids! It boasts flatscreen TVs, shuffleboard, pinball games and pool tables, a pub fare menu with McMenamins brews (try the Woodshop IPA, natural beef burgers and more.
And if you have time before or after the game take a swim in the McMenamins community pool or a movie in the all-ages, upscale movie theater, and definitely walk around the hotel… you can have a drink in the old principals office!
Sluggers in Kirkland
12506 NE 144th St, Kirkland, WA 98034
Sluggers in Kirkland caters to locals, tourists, sports fans and not so sports fans. 4 TV’s and 23 other TV’s hung throughout you are sure to get a great view of the game. It is great for small or large groups and the menu has great bar food, sandwiches and healthy options if you prefer grilled chicken over mozzarella sticks.
OK so this is genius! Rookies has TVs in the bathroom! No more missing that touchdown or interception… Rookies has you covered! And the menu… YUM! They are locally owned sports finatics crazy about dishing up locally sourced grub and pouring cold brewski. And they are not kid-tolerant; they are kid-friendly. So grab the fam and check this place out!
Another great thing about football season is the great work that my amazing company Windermere is doing to help in our communities. For the last three years Windermere has been the official Real Estate sponsor of the Seahawks and we have teamed up with the them to Tackle Homelessness — watch this video to learn more.