Capitol Hill's Stout has brunch and happy hour specials during Seahawks and UW football games. Stout Seattle

In addition to harvest festivals and haunted houses, the onset of fall also brings the start of football season. Whether you want to cheer for the Huskies or the Hawks, we've rounded up 77 places where you can watch the games with happy hour specials, flat-screen TVs, and more. Plus, see both teams' home schedules here, or check out Argosy Cruises' Sailgating event.

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Ballard Loft
The former machine shop has 16 flat-screen TVs and a happy hour from 3-6 pm Tuesday-Friday and from 3 pm-close on Monday. There's even a party bus to transport you to Seahawks games in style with on-board drinks following a breakfast at the Loft.

Ballard Station
Snack on free fancy popcorn and choose from seasonal cocktails, ciders, and over 16 craft beers on tap at this neighborhood bar, which shows both NFL Sunday Ticket and college football games.

The Ice Box
The Ballard arcade, which has arcade games, air hockey, pinball, billiards, will show all the Seahawks games.

Populuxe Brewing
After expanding its space last year, Populuxe (which was named "2018 Small Brewery of the Year" by the Washington Beer Awards) now features a pinball arcade, 20 draft lines, and large-screen TVs for watching Sunday Seahawks games. Check out the food trucks and cornhole games during commercial breaks when the sun's out.

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Clock-Out Lounge
This new bar-restaurant-club hybrid has a build-your-own Bloody Mary and mimosa bar, $5 mimosas, $12 pitchers of Rainier, $8 blue and green "Seahawk-a-ritas," and $4-$5 rotating Breezy Town Pizza slices during Seahawks games, when the venue is also all-ages.

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Tavern Hall
Catch college and pro football games on the 30 flatscreen televisions scattered throughout the spacious tavern's bar areas and dining room, and avail yourself of special event menus for big games.

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Belltown Pub
This sporty pub with cocktails and a gastropub menu shows both Seahawks and college games.

Laidback pub Buckley's, which has self-service beer, screens both NFL and college football.

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Beardslee Public House
Gaze at the game from Beardslee's big screen while feasting on upscale pub grub like spent-grain pretzels and ale-battered Walla Walla onion rings and drinking ales made in-house.

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Bill's Off Broadway
The beloved family-owned sports bar with 18 beers on tap shows Seahawks games, with their breakfast and brunch menu available on the weekends and a happy hour menu from 4-7 pm for Monday Night Football.

Comet Tavern
The Comet screens every Seahawks game, with deals for $10 pitchers of Bud Light, $5 Sinfire, $20 pitchers of mimosas, and $25 buckets of White Claw.

Hillside Bar
Munch on free peanuts and sip cocktails and local beer and wine while catching Seahawks games at this neighborhood bar.

Kessler's Sports Bar
This no-frills sports bar serving staples like hot dogs and wings shows all major games.

Optimism Brewing
You can catch both college and Seahawks games along with some prime craft beers and food truck eats at the spacious industrial-style brewery.

The Pine Box
With over 30 beers on tap, Capitol Hill's favorite mortuary-turned-beer-bar is a choice spot for knocking back craft brews and snacking on bites like truffle popcorn, pizza, and mac and cheese while taking in some Monday Night Football.

Rhein Haus
Voted the best sports bar by Seattle magazine readers in 2018, this Bavarian-style bier hall shows every NFL game and posts a weekly map with what games are playing on which TVs in the bar on their website. They also show every Seahawks game with sound on.

This upscale pub with a wide selection of craft brews and elevated grub shows college football, Monday Night Football (which coincides with their Monday Industry Night with 25% off for all restaurant workers), Thursday Night Football (with half off everything after 9 pm), and Sunday football games with a brunch menu featuring mimosa carafes and $4 bloody Marys (also available on Saturdays). Plus, during Seahawks, Husky, and other select primetime NFL games, they'll give out "football squares" prizes after each quarter.

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Central Cinema
Yes, this dine-in movie theater serving pizza, beer, wine, and cocktails screens all your favorite films, but it also screens Seahawks games on the big screen on Sundays.

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Rookies Sports Bar and Grill
You'll find NFL and college football games on the 14 flat-screen TVs at this family-friendly sports bar, which serves beer and hearty grub like chili, wings, and ribs. (It even has TVs in the bathrooms, so you won't have to miss a minute of the action.)

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The Blarney Stone
The Irish hangout opens early at 10 am on Sundays during NFL season and offers 13 big-screen TVs to watch the game, as well as game-day specials like mimosas, Irish coffee, and more.

The Lodge Sports Grille
This casual, family-friendly, hunting-themed sports bar screens NFL and college games alike.

Tap House Grill
This bar boasts the largest draft list in the Northwest with 160 beers on tap and screens every game while serving brunch on Sundays.

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Eastlake Bar & Grill
At this relaxed bar, you'll find a killer view of Lake Union and a relaxed spot to watch the Seahawks and Huskies, with game-day food and drink specials.

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Fremont Dock
This divey bar with strong drinks and simple diner fare plays Seahawks and college games on its 23 HD TV screens, which include two 70-inch outdoor sets on their deck and in their beer garden.

George & Dragon Pub
Describing itself as "a little bit of Britain in Seattle" since 1995, this British pub shows both the English and American kinds of football on the telly (with indoor and outdoor screens).

LTD Bar & Grill
This family- and dog-friendly sports bar, whose name stands for "living the dream," plays NFL and college football on Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays. They also offer $8 burgers and beer on Thursdays.

Norm's Eatery & Alehouse
The eminently dog-friendly bar filled with canine paraphernalia also makes a great place to watch football: If you wear your Seahawks jersey on game day, you'll get $1 wings, and they also offer $5 pints, $18 pitchers of Elysian Noise, and $3 Hawk shots with every Seahawks touchdown. The owner of the best-dressed pup in Hawk gear will win a $50 gift certificate. Plus, get brunch and watch Husky football on weekends, and bring your own dawg (husky or not) to hang out in the off-leash area while you take in the game.

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9 Lb Hammer
This beloved Georgetown dive with free peanuts and pool shows NFL games projected on the big screen.

Seattle Tavern & Pool Room
Shoot some pool and watch Seahawks games at this sports bar. If you're hungry, grab a Seattle dog or a panini.

Star Brass Lounge
This neighborhood pub has a new expanded all-day happy hour on Sundays and shows Sunday night and Monday night football.

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Shelter Lounge
The modern lounge features themed food and drink specials for every Seahawks and Husky game day, as well as eight big screens with full audio. Drink specials include the "Pigskin" (all draft beers come accompanied with bacon), the $23 "Hail Mary" (a bottle of J. Roget Champagne and carafe of organic orange juice), $6 Touchdown Shots (Pearl Orange Vodka and Red Bull, only $3 after a Seahawks touchdown), and blue and green Jell-O shots, while food specials include $8 corn chips and guac, $10 chimichurri "hawks" wings, the "Blitz-cuit Sando" (a buttermilk biscuit sandwich with scrambled eggs, bacon, American cheese, and rosemary red potatoes), and the QB Scramble, made with maple sausage, applewood bacon, ham, onion, cheddar, and rosemary red potatoes.

St. Andrews Bar and Grill
This Aurora bar, which features 80 different kinds of Scotch (the largest selection in Washington) and a full menu of pub grub, features four preternaturally crisp plasma TVs and shows Seahawks games.

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Geo's Bar & Grill
Seahawks game day specials at this Cuban restaurant include $3 Bud Lights in Seahawks glasses and a halftime toast with a complimentary shot of Don Q rum for those who attend the first half of the game.

The Lodge Sports Grille
This casual, family-friendly, hunting-themed sports bar screens NFL and college games alike.

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Hellbent Brewing Company
The popular Lake City brewery airs Seahawks and Husky games and has eight screens and lots of comfy seating (if the weather's nice, you can even snag a seat on their patio with a view of the TV). Plus, there's a rotating selection of food trucks.

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Bluwater Bistro
At this waterfront standard with a view of Lake Washington, you can take in Seahawks games from the bar, the couches, an outdoor fire pit, or with a personal TV in a window booth. On Sundays, there's a Russell Scramble breakfast for $12.

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The Attic Alehouse & Eatery
With over 14 TVs and sports, satellite, and Roku packages to screen every game, be it college or pro, this low-key, unpretentious alehouse and eatery that started as a shooting gallery in 1904 always draws a crowd on game day.

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Madrona Arms
This Madrona neighborhood pub aims to be a destination for watching the Seahawks with its many TVs, "warm fireplace and a family friendly vibe."

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The Village Pub
This kid-friendly sports bar, which screens both college and professional games, has a lot of TVs, a lot of beers, and a lot of good pub grub.

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Cooper's Alehouse
Seattle's original alehouse offers 8 HDTVs to choose from and screens both college and professional games.

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Roanoke Park Place Tavern
The ivy-covered "Chia Pet of Seattle" offers free peanuts and $2 cans on Sundays.

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Molly Maguires
This friendly Irish neighborhood pub offers a 96-inch-wide projection screen and four additional large flat-screen monitors, plus a free buffet spread with baked chicken, shepherd's pie, spaghetti, hotdogs, sandwiches, and more for patrons during Sunday football.

The Park Public House
The casual Phinney public house is always open for Seahawks games and features a menu of pub grub (including cheesy tots!) and microbrews.

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Box House
Box House has a menu of traditional American fare and "tailgate bites," and a setup with a 15-foot projection screen, 18 large HD TVs, and sound and lighting systems for a high-tech game day experience.

This hip Pioneer Square brick loft screens both college and professional games on its overhead flat-screen televisions.

Quality Athletics
This slick, stylish sports bar from chef Josh Henderson provides game day food and drink specials and a special Seahawks brunch.

This sports bar and cocktail lounge has a huge TV wall for viewing games and even features a DJ playing music during commercials and halftime.

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Big Mario's
The popular pizzeria does Monday night football with a fountain of Fernet Branca, with $5 Fernet Brancas and Branca Mentas.

Laidback pub Buckley's, which has self-service beer, screens both NFL and college football.

This Mexican restaurant and bar celebrates Seahawks Sunday Fundays with $18 bottomless mimosas from 11 am-3 pm, an all-day happy hour, and food and drink specials starting at $4.

Uptown Hophouse
Queen Anne's IPA-focused sports pub, which has 24 taps with beer and cider as well as a food menu with offerings like salads, nachos, charcuterie, Korean short rib tacos, pork belly sliders, Cubano sandwiches, and more, has nine TVs and screens Seahawks games.

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This neighborhood spot with cheap beer screens NFL and college games on its 9 TVs and has cheap beer and burgers from Rain City Burgers available to be delivered to you while you watch the game.

The Westy
This watering hole with craft brews and elevated pub fare has a selection of over 120 whiskies and plenty of TV screens to watch the game.

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Sport Restaurant & Bar
Chef John Howie's aptly named "Sport Restaurant" opens early (8:30 am on Saturdays and 9:30 am on Sundays) to screen NFL and college games.

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Hawks Nest
This bar started by a local sports fan is covered in fan artworks and sprots gear offers Seahawk-themed food and drink specials like the "Blue Thunder Burger" and "Hawk-chos," as well as lots of TVs to watch the game.

The Lodge Sports Grille
This casual, family-friendly, hunting-themed sports bar screens NFL and college games alike.

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Art Marble 21
The modern New American restaurant shows Seahawks, UW, and WSU games on its many TV screens.

Dexter Brewhouse
The South Lake Union brewpub goes all out for every weekend college and NFL game day, with special guest taps from breweries located in the state of the Seahawks' opponent teams, all day happy hour prices (discounted appetizers and $1 off Mollusk Brewing beers), football food specials, $1 off glasses of wine, and $5 pints and $14 pitchers of their featured beer on tap.

Teku Tavern
This tavern for craft beer geeks plays Seahawks games on a pull-down projector screen and adjacent TVs in the beer hall, and opens at 10 am on Sundays for early games and early on Saturdays for college games, including Georgia Tech, Purdue, UW, and Michigan.

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South Town Pie
The old-school (yet newly opened), all-ages South Park pizzeria shows Seahawks and Husky games.

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Earl's on the Ave
This sports bar and UW student hangout features nine TVs and a 12-foot projector screen, and opens early for UW and Seahawks games.

Northlake Tavern and Pizza House
This friendly tavern that's been around since 1954 offers plenty of pies and $10 60-oz pitchers of beer on game day, and shows Seahawks and Husky games.

T12 Social House
This pub inside the Residence Inn by Marriott with craft beer and a seasonal menu has the largest TV wall in the University District as well as 21 more HD TVs, and offers $5 pints of Redhook and a $7 Seattle dog/pint of Redhook combo on every UW game day.

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Kate's Pub
Monday night football is right in the middle of this unpretentious bar's excellent happy hour, with drink specials and half off all food. Happy hour is also extended on Sunday game days.

Leny's Place
Grab some cheap, gigantic beers and burgers while you watch Seahawks games at this classic neighborhood dive.

The Octopus Bar
This aquatic-themed bar offers a football menu of Seattle dogs, wings, and sliders on Saturdays and Sundays as well as two projectors and three HD TVs (with sound on) to watch the game.

Union Saloon
Tuck into this warm, beloved neighborhood spot's classic, comforting brunch and happy hour snacks while taking in some Sunday football.

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Fiddler's Inn
This casual neighborhood pub with a remarkable microbrew selection is a great place to drink a pint while catching Monday night football.

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Beveridge Place Pub
The homey neighborhood ale house has four TVs and shows Husky games.

The Bridge
This community sports pub has large flat screen TVs and two giant projector screens, and screens NFL and college games.

The West Seattle taproom and beer garden shows NFL and Husky games with the sound on, on both indoor and outdoor TVs, along with beer and food truck fare.

Hawks Nest
This bar started by a local sports fan is covered in fan artworks and sprots gear offers Seahawk-themed food and drink specials like the "Blue Thunder Burger" and "Hawk-chos," as well as lots of TVs to watch the game.

The Lodge Sports Grille
This casual, family-friendly, hunting-themed sports bar screens NFL and college games alike.

The Westy
This watering hole with craft brews and elevated pub fare has a selection of over 120 whiskies and plenty of TV screens to watch the game.

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Dottie's Double Wide
This funky dive bar with a vintage trailer serving tacos, tequilas, and Sonoran dogs calls itself "the new host of all things football in White Center." As of September 22, they're also open at 10 am for football-inflected brunch.

Lumber Yard Bar
This friendly, all-inclusive lumber-themed LGBTQ bar with lots of hearty comfort food and a mashed potato bar will show every Seahawks game on both levels.

Mac's Triangle Pub
This divey pub shows Seahawks games and serves hearty grub like chili and burgers.

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