Visited the location across CenturyLink Field after the Texans loss in Texans gear. The staff and fans were great. The sports bar has TVs everywhere and offers a variety of alcohol. Great place to go after the game!
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They are not open every day but always before and after Sports events at the Clink or the Safe. We go there before and after every Hawks, Sounders and Mariners games we attend. Good prices, good food and rich drinks! Say hi to the bartenders...More
What a great place to grab a bite before the game! Good drink prices , Great food. Basic but good. Service was great. What was really nice is it wasn't so packed you couldn't move . 1 block from either stadium.
Very friendly bar about 2 minute walk from the safecofield, id's are checked at the door. Very loud at least the day I went due to the mariners winning 6-0 against the astros on opening day. They had my favorite beer Budweiser a bucket of...More
Can't go wrong with hitting the Hawks Nest before or after the game. If you don't have tickets...hang out there for the game instead! Pleanty of TV's, great food and cheap drinks
We were a large group visiting Seattle over the weekend. Looking to feel the famous atmosphere around the Seahawks we went to this place after asking some guys on the street for advice. We were a bit surprised to find that there weren't so many...More
Yesterday, a group of my friends and I went to the Seahawks vs the Bears game. After the game, we wanted to go out and celebrate a Seahawks win. We had some friends say they were at the Hawk's Nest. When we got into the...More
I was visiting Seattle to take in a Mariners' game on a Saturday afternoon. Picked up our tickets from willcall and went looking to get some food and beer before the game. Decided on Hawk's Nest randomly; it's very close to Safeco Field and location...More
We were here for Super Bowl Sunday and I was pretty impressed with the place, plenty of tvs everywhere, and food/beer that didn't break the bank. The bouncers were incredibly nice, they were stern, but if they saw someone who needed a hand (drunkens) they...More