Sports Bars | Seattle might not have the most consistent sports teams, but don't say that the fans aren't loyal. Seattle sports bars are true to the Sonics, Seahawks, Mariners and Huskies no matter what. Since alcohol can't be sold on UW's campus, watching the Huskies in a sports bar makes a lot of sense. Plus, not all the seats are covered at Husky Stadium, drinking indoors is much more appealing that staying sober in the rain. There really isn't a better place to watch Seattle away games than in a local sports bar. Drink specials, tasty food and, of course, the camaraderie of fans really can't be beat—even if the team happens to. Let's now weigh out the pros and cons of watching a game live versus at a Seattle sports bar. Bars have free entry; game tickets can cost a lot. Bars have pitchers of tasty microbrews for about $8; stadiums charge about $8 for a pint of Miller High Life. Hotdogs at sports bars cost, if anything, less than $3. Sure, at the game you see the action live, but sports bars have instant replays. It seems like the choice is easy.