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Some local places to catch the Big Game | Seahawks

Phil Andruss wears his Seahawks pride in a unique way at the rally at Albertsons Poulsbo on Jan. 17. Super-fan Big Lo joined the crowd at the event, which featured barbecued hot dogs outside and special sales in the store.     - Richard D. Oxley
Phil Andruss wears his Seahawks pride in a unique way at the rally at Albertsons Poulsbo on Jan. 17. Super-fan Big Lo joined the crowd at the event, which featured barbecued hot dogs outside and special sales in the store.
— image credit: Richard D. Oxley

The Seahawks have a chance to play in the Super Bowl for the second time in franchise history.

With tickets difficult to come by, here’s a list of some local places that will be showing the game Jan. 19.

POULSBO
— Envy. Three TVs, with the possibility of a projector. Food and drink specials.

— Hot Shots Java. Game on TV.

The Loft. Six TVs: three in restaurant and three in the bar. Happy hour 4-6 p.m.

— Sheila’s Portside. Two TVs. Happy hour until 7 p.m., food and drink specials.

KEYPORT
Whiskey Creek. Four TVs. Open at 3 p.m. Happy hour 3-6 p.m.

KINGSTON
Ale House. Three TVs in the bar. Happy hour all day.

Drifters. Five TVs. Happy hour all day.

The Filling Station. Four TVs. Gameday drink and food specials.

LITTLE BOSTON
— The Point Casino. In The Boom Room!, Taco and Nacho Bar at 3 p.m., $7. Doors open at 10 a.m. In The Beach Club, game on the big screen in The Event Center at the Beach. Doors open at 2 p.m. Bar and Brats, summer attire suggested, 21 and older.

SUQUAMISH
Clearwater Casino. Giving away suite tickets for the Jan. 19 game. Enter until Jan. 17. Three drawings held 6-8 p.m., Jan. 17. Winners receive two suite tickets. Two projectors in Beach Rock Lounge. Game playing on every TV. TV in the buffet. Drink specials day of.

 

 

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