At Sport Restaurant & Bar in Seattle you can expect amazing cuisine, scratch made in house with locally sourced ingredients, and flavors that are bigger than the HDTV’s.
The flavors at Sport are MVP candidates when compared to the offerings at most traditional sports themed bars. We have 5 dishes though that you may be surprised to see on the menu at a sports bar. Your jaw may hit the floor again when you taste the quality of both the food and ingredients come together in one of these:
Thai Coconut-Curried Chicken
This curry dish is simmered in a Thai curry-coconut sauce with fresh carrots, zucchini, and sweet bell peppers. As if that weren’t enough – it’s served over sticky rice with Thai basil. Hello, heaven.
New Orleans Style Chicken Jambalaya
This is borderline a trip to the bayou. Tender chicken, andouille sausage, Tasso ham, onion, celery, bell peppers, tomato, and Cajun rice…yeah this definitely is not normal!
Char Siu Chicken Salad
Can you believe a sports bar is cranking out grilled Char Siu chicken salads made with scallions, celery, won tons, water chestnuts, almonds, sesame seeds, and sweet bell peppers…all tossed in sweet-n-sour sesame vinaigrette…?
Frozen pizza? No thanks. We’re cooking up scampi style garlic shrimp and then topping that with fontina, parmesan, mozzarella and chèvre cheeses.
Fire Grilled Steelhead
Grilled salmon at the sports bar? Yep- and when it’s dreamed up by Chef Howie you know you’re in for a treat. This one has fire-grilled fresh steelhead, with a pesto potato croquette and baby greens with some lemon-thyme vinaigrette.
If you want to be at a bar with tons of taps and the ability to watch every game at once, that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice on the quality of your food – provided you head to Sport.