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Auto Battery Sports Bar (Seattle)

Only in Seattle can you enjoy a sports game the hipster way: this converted auto shop-turned-bar is dedicated to all Seattle teams, both college and professional. If you’re being dragged to watch sports but aren’t feeling it, head to the shuffleboard tables, pool tables, and Skee-Ball games. But it’s safe to say everyone can enjoy the food here: the Po Dog menu is filled with what may be the most deadly hot dog selections we’ve seen — with options like the Deep-Fried Danger Dog, Mac and Cheese Dog, and the Po-Roll dog that's rolled up with rice like sushi, this isn't your typical sports bar fare. Top it off with a Deschutes or a Manny’s brew, a PBR if you’re really feeling hipster, or a Black Fire cocktail if you’re feeling dangerous.

Why it’s perfect for the Super Bowl: Once again, Seattle residents have named Auto Battery the "it" sports bar for the Super Bowl. The real reason, say Eater readers? For its "bartenders who've been known to spontaneously offer drink specials to celebrate a touchdown." 

Number of TVs: 9
Number of Beers: 8 on draught, 15 bottled (plus Caffe Vita coffee and an unreal cocktail menu)
Best Thing on the Menu: The Po Roll, with cream cheese, cucumbers, rolled in sushi paper and panko-crusted and fried
Coolest Thing About It: The bar is hooked up to Nintendo Wii — so if you’re over NFL, start playing the game version. 

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