Where Are You Watching the Seahawks’ Game From?

This is not intended to be a free advertisement, but I find the fact that the Cloverleaf Sports Bar & Grill in East Bremerton is opening its doors at 7:30 a.m. on Sunday for the Seahawks-Bears playoff game newsworthy. It’ll be happy hour all day, not just during the game.  Kickoff is 10 a.m.

For last week’s Seahawks-Saints game, which started at 1:30 p.m., the Leaf opened at 9 a.m. and I was told most of the prime seats were gone by 9:30. By kickoff, you couldn’t find a seat.

Where are you going to watch the game from?

If any other establishments have parties planned, feel free to comment and spread the word.

Anybody getting getting special haircuts or body painting done for the game? How are you showing your special Seahawks’ spirit?

Years ago, on the eve of a playoff game, I remember I sloshed down more than a few Dead Raiders Punch drinks at what was then called Retreats, the nightclub at Rolling Hills Golf Course. Don’t know what was in ‘em. Didn’t want to know. But it sure was a fun night.

Now a cup of coffee sounds like a good way to get ready for the game.

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