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CenturyLink Field – Where the Seattle Seahawks Play. 5 Places to Eat and Drink within a 10 Minute Walk

Here are 5 places to eat and drink for your weekend Seahawks football trip. All within a 10 minute walk to CenturyLink Field in Seattle, Washington.

1. Morning Coffee: Zeitgeist Art & Coffee (5 minute walk to CenturyLink Field)

Zeitgeist Art & Coffee is located in Pioneer Square. They serve local coffee, breakfast sandwiches, soups, and salads. While you’re there check out the local art on the walls. Don’t forget to check out the pastries as well.

171 S Jackson St, Seattle, WA 98104, United States
Hours are Monday – Friday 6am – 7pm; Saturday 7am – 7pm; Sunday 8am – 6pm
Menu

2. Seattle Brewery & Pub: Pyramid Alehouse Restaurant (6-8 minute walk to CenturyLink Field)

Founded in 1984, Pyramind Alehouse Restaurant is a staple in the Pacific Northwest. Featuring craft beers, pub food, and their signature Pyramid Pale Ale.

1201 1st Ave S, Seattle, WA 98134, United States
Hours are daily 11am – 9pm
Menu

3. Seattle Brewery & Pub: Seattle’s Historic Triangle Pub (3 minute walk to CenturyLink Field)

Former hotel and brothel, Seattle’s Historic Triangle Pub has been a staple in Pioneer Square for over 35 years. Knowns as the “Best Dive Bar in Pioneer Square” this is a local favorite on game days.

553 1st Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104, United States
Hours are daily 11am – 10pm; Happy hour 3pm – 6pm
Website

4. Cured Meats and Sandwiches: Salumi Artisan Cured Meats (5-6 minute walk to CenturyLink Field)

Cured right in the Pacific Northwest, Salumi offers many types of meats and sandwiches. From hot (think Meatball), cold (think Salami) and signature sandwiches (monthly specials – October 2019 shown below).

404 Occidental Ave South, Seattle, WA 98104
Hours are Monday – Saturday, 11am – 3pm; Open Sundays 11am – 1:30pm only for Seahawks games. Otherwise closed Sundays.
Menu + Order Online

5. Seattle’s Newest: Momosan Ramen & Sake (6 minute walk to CenturyLink Field)

Opened September 2019, “Iron Chef” Morimoto opened his establishment only a few blocks from Century Link Field. Known for some specials like the gyukotsu ramen, a 7 hour braised beef rib, kale namul, black pepper oil, and aji-tama. They only serve 25 of these a day so get there early if you want to try it.

504 5th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104, United States
Hours are 5pm – 11pm Monday – Sunday.
First come, first served. No reservations.
Sake Menu | Ramen Menu

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Edmund C
Edmund C

Co-founder of Nomtrips.com. We travel as a family, with a mix of activities to go along with our foodie adventures.

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