The Radish wrote:
python6114 wrote:friendly bar in D.C and make a reservation.
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I just called Penn Quarter Sports Tavern about their Seahawks freindliness and they said they will have a whole section set up for Seahawks fans. There is a group of Seahawks fans in D.C that regularly meet there so everything is pretty much all ready taken care of. I plan on getting there at noon and I plan on leaving to go catch the metro to the stadium at 2:30 or about halftime of the AFC playoff game whichever comes first.
The Address of the bar/restaurant is 639 Indiana Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20004, this is quite a ways from the stadium, but it is only half a mile away from a blue line station (Blue Line is the subway that takes you to FedEx Field)
Here are the Directions
for walking from Penn Quarter Sports Tavern to the Blue Line Metro Stop.
You'll get off at the Morgan Boulevard station, and it's about a 15 minute walk from that station to the stadium, you might want to call a cab, but my guess is that it'll probably be faster to walk.
Based on my experiences with away travel with the Hawks in San Francisco and tons of away travel for the Sounders, walking in with a group is always the best, especially in stadiums like Fedex or Candlestick in which the stadium is completely surrounded by ample parking and ample room for tailgating. You might be shocked, but drunk people tend to be the ones that act like assholes, so being in a bigger group tends to help discourage this.