Thursday morning, 9 a.m. Seattle Time/Pacific: United States vs. Germany at Arena Pernambuco, Recife (Brazil) – will air on ESPN.
Clint Dempsey and team USA have to tie or defeat Germany to clinch moving on in the World Cup tournament. They could lose, but then it gets complicated and we have to depend on Portugal and Ghana to get a certain amount of overall points, and that’s just exhausting. So, USA, that means no goals against us in the 95th minute, okay guys?
We’re squishing into our conference room at the mighty Jack FM studios to watch the match, and we have to bring our own damn food. But if you want to eat out and enjoy a big screen, arrive early at these places. Call first to confirm.
Fadó Irish Pub
801 1st Ave, Seattle, 98104
(206) 264-2700 fadoirishpub.com
Fadó Irish Pub has been chosen as one of the top ‘Official U.S. Soccer Bars.’ They’ll show all 64 games live on HDTVs, special game day menu offers has plenty of options for big groups.
Shultzy’s in the U-District
4114 University Way NE, Seattle, 98105
Andy told me they’ll open at 8:30am and have a few great breakfast items. This place comes highly recommended.
Spitfire in Belltown
2219 4th Ave, Seattle, 98121
206 441-7966 Spitfire.com
Opens at 8 AM for all the morning games. Breakfast food available.
Mustard Seed Grill & Pub in Newport Hills
5608 119th Ave SE, Bellevue, WA 98006
Highly recommended by a Jack listener!
Lil’ Jon Restaurant & Lounge in Eastgate
3080 148th Ave SE Suite 201 Bellevue, 98007
(425) 746-4653 Facebook Page
Watching in the bar only! Quote from Yelp: “Most meals are between $6 and $10, and the cinnamon rolls are more than enough for 4 people!”
Just added: From our Facebook friends:
Countryside Cafe on 149th and Ambaum in Burien. Fantastic food and 2 big screens. Order the Countryside Benedict, homemade biscuit, gravy, sausage and 2 eggs
WingMasters Sports Bar in Ballard – 5811 28th ave NW … full bar and breakfast menu as well
-Lee Callahan, Jack Seattle