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Capitol Hill Super Bar XLVIII — Where to watch the Seahawks win the Super Bowl on Capitol Hill

We’re getting into this whole sportsball thing! Capitol Hill Denver sucks!

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Below, you’ll find our starting line-up of Capitol Hill bars and restaurants throwing parties this Super Sunday. Let us know about anything we missed in comments. We’ll add updates right up to kickoff.

Fans celebrating earlier this season at the now closed-for-construction Bill's On Broadway (Image: Nate Cleese for CHS)

Fans celebrating earlier this season at the now closed-for-construction Bill’s On Broadway (Image: Nate Leese for CHS)

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Chris
7 years ago

The Roanoke will be open at noon, “tailgating” on the deck til the dogs are gone. Special prizes galore. GO HAWKS!

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Hillside
Hillside
7 years ago

Hillside Bar is having a party as well. We will open at 2 and have the game on the big screens. Jell-O Shots and drink specials will be available and if you bring a homemade dish to share you will receive two drink tickets. Go Hawks!

Gregg Holcomb
7 years ago

Witness will be showing the game on Sunday! Kicked out for DirecTV and will have two screens. Food specials will include B’Russel Wilson Sprouts and the Ham Chancellor. Featured drinks for the game are the “L.O.B.” and the “I’m Just Bout That Action, Boss”. Go Hawks!

Asher
Asher
7 years ago

“I’m Just Bout That Action, Boss” — there is definitely an NFL nerd at Witness :)

CC Attle's
CC Attle's
7 years ago

Please join us Sunday February 2nd to watch the Seahawks beat the Broncos in what promises to be a pretty incredible day. The kitchen opens at noon and a charity concession stand opens at 2, providing hot dogs, corn dogs, large soft pretzels & stadium nachos. We will be FULLY staffed and have all 4 bar stations open to handle your needs! (who says we can’t learn from our mistakes ;-p) We are also running a “cash only” Bud Light & Rolling Rock draft station next to the Concession stand for express beer service. We are adding additional monitors to the 7 we already have and more seating for this event as well. Lastly, there will be giveaways and drawings for some really AWESOME stuff! The bar opens at noon so come early get the best seat.

CHS Calendar
7 years ago

Here’s another to add:
– Poco Wine Room Super Bowl Bash with 100″ Widescreen
https://www.facebook.com/events/495076203945981/

amy
amy
7 years ago

One more for you . . . yes, Cure has a secret tv! We will be open @ 2:30pm for the game and will have “tacos duros” —-that’s right, hard shell tacos, in addition to our regular menu. 2 tacos for $6. And, as always, $12 bottles of Cava all night long.

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Diana
Diana
7 years ago

VERMILLION will be projecting the game on the 10 foot screen. It will be low-key, if you’re looking for a place to watch the game without going deaf. Brian is bartending. Feel free to bring in snacks and we’ll be cooking something fun.

Still Liquor
Still Liquor
7 years ago

Still Liquor will be showing the big game on our projection screen! Bar opens at 1:00pm, game at 3:30pm! Come grab your seats early and enjoy HALF OFF ALL WHISKEY ALL DAY! Yay!
1524 Minor Ave

BottleNeck
7 years ago

The BottleNeck opens at 2 PM tomorrow! We’re watching on two flat screens, featuring killer Bloody Marys and local brews on draft. Get here early and grab a coveted seat at your neighborhood bar.

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[…] Hundreds of revelers filled E Pike as they have on so man nights of celebration before. The sports jerseys and 12th Man flags, however, marked this happy riot as unique from past Pike/Pine celebrations. Police initially closed off E Pike between 12th and Broadway in the final moments of the game as crowds began filling the street and were joined by groups meandering in from across the Hill and Seattle University. Occasional commercial-grade fireworks exploded above. Several Capitol Hill food and drink establishments jumped solidly on the bandwagon for the night with big screens drink specials. […]

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