Stadium Bar & Grill

Written by on August 8, 2010 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(No website found at time of publishing) – Safeco Field
How I heard of this place: While giving the tour toward our awesome seats in section 183, Richard walked me past the Bar & Grill, where one can find poutine. It is rare to find poutine in Seattle and a Mariners game is just the place to enjoy the greasy, salty, full-flavor of such a dish!
Type of cuisine: I would venture to guess that the Bar & Grill offers the typical burgers, hot dogs, and other game fare. My eyes went straight to the fries and poutine and everything else was a blur.
Ambiance: Pick up and go. Stadium fare is best enjoyed while watching the game from your seats! What makes it better? Loud, screaming fans getting into the sporting event.
What I ordered: In fact, Richard did the ordering, surprising me at the bottom of the fifth inning with nothing other than a large helping of poutine.
What I loved: I loved the seasoned salty fries that were doused in gravy and cheese curds. Starting with great fries makes the dish.
Why I loved it: It made for a great snack over conversation and in preparation for singing at the bottom of the 7th.
Cost: High ($7.50 for a serving of poutine, though it is average for stadium fare, might be considered high as compared with other establishments)

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