12 Seattle Football Gameday Food & Drink Specials
November 24, 2020
We all know football season hasn’t been the same this year. No crowds, no tailgating, and no huge gameday parties we’ve all become accustomed to. But don’t let that stop you from enjoying some of the best Seahawk & Husky gameday deals Seattle has to offer.
BIG TIME BREWERY
– Beer & Food To Go –
Sour Smash Kids is back at Big Time! 126 pounds of Raspberries and 126 pounds of blueberries go into this beautiful beer. It’s mildly tart, refreshing, fruit forward, and clocks in around 3.5ph and 7.5% abv. Offering 16-oz cans and growlers ready to go for walk-in pickup or curbside delivery. You can order everything ahead of time by calling in or by ordering online.
THE KRAKEN LOUNGE
– Food & Cocktails To Go –
Known as Seattle’s #1 pirate themed punk rock dive bar, The Kraken Lounge has stiff cocktails and delicious takeout meals. Try their mouth watering Pulled Pork made with hickory smoked pork shoulder, house-made bourbon peach BBQ sauce, and granny apple smith slaw on a toasted pub bun.
– Takeout Pints –
Craving something sweet? Sweet Alchemy is known for producing small batch, organic, and locally sourced ice cream. With most ingredients sourced within 100 miles of Seattle, freshness is their #1 priority. Enjoy their delicious pints or DIY sundae party at home.
EARL’S ON THE AVE
– Cocktails To Go –
Although we can’t currently enjoy the nostalgic comfort of gameday’s at Earl’s, we can still indulge in the stiff and fairly priced drinks we’ve all come to love. Stop in before/during a game to get $5 Purple Rains, $6 Touchdowns, and $3 Domestic Pints.
DAWG POUND BEER
– Takeout Kegs –
Looking for more than just a couple to-go drinks? Dawg Pound Beer has got you covered. Specializing in craft and domestic kegs, this is the go-to spot for beer lovers.
– Self Serve Boba Tea –
If you’re not into beer or cocktails, Boba Tea is the perfect refresher. Order online or visit in person to try over 30 flavors and toppings that can create over 500 variety drink combinations.
– Take Out Thai –
Serving authentic Thai cuisine straight from Bangkok, Wann Yen is a must try. From Moo Pa Lo to Lychee Rose Lemonade, this Thai comfort food won’t disappoint.
BOK A BOK
– Take Out Chicken –
Air-dried, hand-dipped and double-fried to order. Bok-a-Bok’s intricate process isn’t fast, but it makes for some super juicy chicken with an unforgettable crunch. Try their mouth watering Spicy Chicken Sandwich with a toasted brioche bun, fried boneless chicken thigh, four chili hot sauce, red chili aioli, pickled serrano chilies, and kimchi!
SAMIR’S MEDITERRANEAN GRILL
– Gyros To Go –
Samir’s offers classic meat dishes such as gyros, shawarma, and an array of vegetarian items including spanakopita, stuffed grape leaves, and falafel. Owner Samir Alawar opened the first Mediterranean restaurant in Washington state in 1974, so you know this stuff is legit.
– Vietnamese To Go –
Serving a variety of authentic Vietnamese cuisine, PhoShizzle is THE place to go for Asian comfort food. Try their pho, rice/vermicelli plate, teriyaki, or banh mi sandwiches.
– Biscuits & Coffee To Go –
Serving freshly roasted coffee and mouth watering biscuits, this is the go-to spot for the morning before or after gameday. Try their biscuits and gravy if you need something to get you through the post-gameday haze.