Sport Restaurant & Bar

Written by on November 21, 2010 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

( – Fisher Plaza, Seattle Center
How I heard of this place: My friend Paul first introduced me to Sport by showing me a coupon he had acquired for a free 8″ pizza or appetizer (valued up to $10). Sadly, the two of us did not have the chance to try it before he left Seattle, but he generously offered the coupon to Chris, who split an eight-inch pizza with me (appetizer before our Johnny Rockets dinner two hours later).
Type of cuisine: Pub grub. The ultimate sports bar, with nachos, burgers & sliders, thin-crust pizza, sandwiches and meal-sized salads.
Ambiance: A sports bar taken to the tenth degree, every booth at this establishment has its own, personal television set from which to watch the game (of your choosing) or Wheel of Fortune, as the case may be. This does not include the movie screen sized television at the far end of the restaurant! Dark interior, sports paraphenelia, including a collection of baseball cards, football jerseys and photographs are interspersed as decor throughout the establishment. Greens, blacks and white accents made up the colors around the large space, bedecked with many booths and table/chairs throughout.
What I ordered: Because it was free, my dining companion and I opted for The Works…everything except the kitchen sink! pizza ($10) with sausage, pepperoni, olives, mushrooms, onions, peppers, tomato, and mozzarella. My dining companion also ordered a very sweet and tart mango-kiwi lemonade ($4).
What I loved: The thin crust on the pizza, topped with everything delicious.
Why I loved it: The server was friendly and did not question when we ordered solely the free pizza. My dining companion cracked me up, especially when the server came by to check on us, “How is the pizza?” and he almost declared, “FREE!”
Cost: Average ($7.50-$10.50 for a personal, eight-inch pizza at a bar)

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