Come tournament time it's especially important to show school pride, even if Huskies are technically grouped in "packs". Giving you the chance to show pride in yet another place you've probably spent four years, Thrillist's Bar Madness.
Coinciding with the rash of workplace unproductivity also known as the NCAA Basketball Tournament, Brian Austin Green's favorite email newsletter is giving you, and other readers, a chance to win a $2011 bar tab by helping choose the nation's best sports bar via a March Madness-style bracket challenge, as opposed to a Gary Brackett challenge, which mostly just involves convincing Peyton to let him do some local auto dealer endorsements. Start repping local boozers by picking the choicest of the 10 Seattle joints that've been nominated, then from March 17th-31st the top two'll go up against swill spots from 15 other cities in the knockout rounds, which are easy to win if you throw the ball hard off the backboard and then just do a lay up.
The Town's being represented by hoocheries including Cap Hill's shuffleboard/Wii-equipped Auto Battery, the TV-at-every-table Sports Restaurant & Bar, and Wallingford's Iron Bull, which used to be Goldies but was recently remodeled... in case you hadn't herd.
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