If the local tavern is full, several larger venues throughout the area will show Sunday’s Super Bowl for the general public. Among them:
• Seattle’s Central Library will show the game on a projection screen inside its Microsoft Auditorium. Doors open at 2:30 p.m. and the event is free.
• The Seattle Center Armory will have two television screens showing the game for free. Food can be purchased from vendors in the Armory.
• Neumos on Capitol Hill will have a viewing party for guests ages 21 and over, according to its website. The event will start at 1:30 p.m. and include specials like “Danger Russ” Jell-O shots at $4 a pop.
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• Bellevue’s Lucky Strike Lanes will broadcast the game on television and projection screens. Although lounge tables are booked, limited walk-in seating and standing room is still open, said Noah Garoutte, the VIP and banquet manager. The venue also will feature performances from members of the Seahawks Blue Thunder drum line, Garoutte said.