Sport Restaurant & Bar – A John Howie Restaurant

South-Lake Union

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Cooks hand-form burger patties & crisp thin-crust pizzas as diners examine displays of historic & Seattle-specific sports memorabilia

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Among places to bandy about sports, bars are more appropriate than supermarket bins filled with basketballs or the ref’s son’s birthday party. Put sportpinions in the proper venue with today’s Groupon to Sport Restaurant & Bar – A John Howie Restaurant. Choose from the following options:

  • For $10, you get $20 worth of eclectic American fare. Choose between the following expiration dates:
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  • For $20, you get $40 worth of eclectic American fare for a table of four or more. Choose between the following expiration dates:
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  • Sunday, July 29<p>

The memorabilia-bedecked Sport Restaurant & Bar – A John Howie Restaurant silences grumbling stomachs with a menu that includes local and seasonal ingredients whenever possible. Cooks create the smoked barbecue Angus burger ($11) by dropping a hand-formed, applewood-smoked patty atop a toasted sesame bun with lettuce, pickled onion, and sweet-honey barbecue sauce. Like the crow of a late-rising rooster, the Rise & Shine burger ($13.50) toes the line between breakfast and lunch, sandwiching crispy hash browns, a fried egg, and a third-pound patty of ground bacon inside its brioche bun. Each bowl of Texas-style steak chili ($8+) brims with sweet onion, tomato, and tender morsels of beef and pork that the cooks simmer alongside five chilies and a dash of bottled magma. Thin-crust pizzas ($7.50+) emerge from the oven as crunchy as freshly mined rock candy and laden with meaty and veggie toppings.

In addition to the 39 televisions that hang throughout the restaurant, Sport Restaurant & Bar – A John Howie Restaurant also boasts historic displays of general and Seattle-centric sports memorabilia. The 500 Club display features an autographed baseball from each of the 21 MLB superstars with more than 500 career home runs and fewer than three career speeding tickets, including Mickey Mantle and Babe Ruth. Commemorating almost 100 years of amateur, professional, collegiate, and Olympic sports history across four showcases, the Seattle Champions exhibit pays homage to hometown heroes, from the University of Washington’s first football coach in 1907 to the Seattle Storm’s championship seasons.

SPORT: A Chef John Howie Restaurant

According to a profile in Seattle magazine, chef John Howie started bussing tables at 15 and hasn’t looked back, building up a culinary empire of four venerated Washington restaurants. At SPORT: A Chef John Howie Restaurant, the menu evokes the classic idea of a sports bar while showcasing the chef's favorite plates, including chicken jambalaya, a deli-style reuben, and hand-tossed flatbread pizzas. Surrounded by the glow of flat-screens, visitors can watch a football game or Double Dutch match while sipping on a craft brew from the rotating menu of IPAs and stouts.

Customer Reviews

Great shrimp salad!!!
Michelle B. · April 10, 2016
Great place, location and food!
Barb S. · July 6, 2014
Very nice sports bar
Larry · July 6, 2014
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    South-Lake Union

    140 4th Ave. N

    Suite 130

    Seattle, Washington 98109

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