Seattle The World Cup, the biggest sporting event of the Summer -- at least until the Seahawks start mandatory minicamp next week -- is here, so we scoured the city for the five sweetest spots in Seattle to watch a match:
ART Restaurant and Lounge: Get your World Cup fix at ART, where they’re honoring the host country by serving Brazillian TV trays at lunch, featuring caldo verde, bolinho de arroz, churrasco sandwich, and passion fruit ice cream. Continue Reading
With views of Elliott Bay, this farm-to-table eatery serves up delectable options from land, ranch, or sea, like the spice-rubbed king salmon entree.
With mutliple international soccer jerseys hanging in frames, French menus, and endless options for wine and coffee, Cafe Presse is is the ultra-European answer to Seattle's boom in trendy coffee shops. One would think at first glance that the menu came straight from Paris, with entirely French names and dishes like simple baguette sandwiches, charcuterie plates, and sirloin steak-frites (that's steak and fries, obviously). It's merely the appearance of the American dollar sign that separate this place from the real thing.
It's one of the best places in Seattle to connect with the community. Weather that's watching the World Cup with neighbors or enjoying a pancake breakfast together.
Sports, eats, and beats, they've got an overflowing selection of all three. Zeroing in on those eats: they've got a happy hour weekdays from 3p to 7p with $3 apps like chicken satay skewers w/ peanut sauce and two topping pita pizzas, plus $3.50 well drinks.
Since opening in 1995, George and Dragon's has been a popular British neighborhood pub where you can scarf down an English breakfast, enjoy a pint of beer, get rowdy during soccer games, and happy hour specials that start way before 5pm. It also has a great outdoor patio perfect for lunch, dinner, or drinks on warmer days.