Fall is here and with it comes Seattle Seahawks football, baby! We’re so excited for this season, we thought we’d share a gameday routine for visitors and locals alike. Seattle has so much to offer for sports fans. We had a hard time narrowing down the top three places to visit before or after the Seahawks game – but we managed to come up with our favorites – and we hope you use this guide to your full advantage come Sunday. Buckle up and Go Hawks!
First up on the Seattle Seahawks gameday itinerary is exploring the Capitol Hill neighborhood! About ten minutes north of CenturyLink Field, Capitol Hill has everything a Seahawks fan is in search of both before and after a game. From food to shopping to nightlife, this gorgeous neighborhood has an abundance of energy. This is perfect for foodies who are looking for a brunch spot with mimosas or a dinner date outside of the post-game downtown madness. Don’t forget about live music and bars with karaoke and games including bocce ball, shuffleboard, and darts! If you’re an out-of-towner looking for quintessential Seattle vibes or a local looking to try out trendy places to eat, drink, and cheer on the Seahawks, Capitol Hill is for you!
Patterson Cellars SODO
Next on the list is a wine tasting at our South Downtown Seattle location! We’re open from 12-6 p.m. every Sunday and offer a variety of wine tasting options as well as wine cocktails and chocolate pairing experiences. The tasting room itself is open and inviting along with patio seating and televisions that stream Seahawks games on Sundays, so you’ll never miss a down. Our tasting room is located in the SODO Urbanworks building that houses several other winery tasting rooms, a distillery, and a pizzeria, making SODO the perfect one-stop-shop for all of your pre and post-game needs. We’re also less than a ten-minute drive from CenturyLink Field so you won’t have a problem getting to and from the game. Why not shake up your gameday routine and fit in a Patterson Cellars wine tasting into the mix? We’d love to host you.
Pike Place Market
Last, but not least is a Seattle staple for not just game day, but any day - Pike Place Market. Remarked as one of America’s oldest farmers' markets, Pike Place Market is a perfect place to start or end a Sunday. From the farmers, crafts, and fish markets to the specialty foods, collectible shops, and places to eat, Pike Place has everything to offer tourists and locals in search of exploring the best of Seattle before or after a Seahawks win. Just a quick five-minute drive from CenturyLink Field, why not visit this iconic Seattle attraction?
We hope we’ve sparked some inspiration for your game day plans! If you enjoy watching the Seahawks away from all of the action with a glass of wine in-hand, we’ll be streaming every game every Sunday at all four of our locations. Come on by and help us cheer on the home team!