Floyd's Place


521 1st Ave N
Seattle, WA 98105

Phone: 206-284-3542

Map / Directions Map / Directions

Hours:
Mon-Sat 11:30am-2am; Sun 9am-2am

Type:
Sports Bar

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    Floyd's Place

    Photo courtesy of Nonsequiturlass

10BEST Says

Sports Bars: It's not hard to find this watering hole -- its dancing pig and waltzing cow sign is a neighborhood landmark. Right down the street from Key Arena, it's a favorite pre-game gathering spot for Sonics fans. An impressive selection of premium domestic and imported drafts joins homemade BBQ to create just the right recipe for a day of sports on the tube. After downing some brews and a brisket or two, work off the extra calories in the back room by playing eight ball, shuffleboard or pinball. Loyal patrons call the atmosphere at this Queen Anne hangout friendly and unpretentious.

Bars: It's not hard to find this watering hole. Its signage — depicting a dancing pig and waltzing cow -- is a neighborhood landmark. Right down the street from Key Arena, Floyd's is a favorite pre-game gathering spot for fans of the city's WNBA team, the Seattle Storm, or those headed to numerous other events at Seattle Center. An impressive selection of premium domestic and imported drafts joins homemade barbeque to create just the right recipe for a day of sports on the tube. After downing some brews and a brisket or two, those inclined to do so can work off the extra calories in the back room by playing eight ball, shuffleboard, or pinball.

Pool / Billiards: It's not hard to find this watering hole — its dancing pig and waltzing cow sign is a neighborhood landmark. Right down the street from Key Arena, it's a favorite pre-game gathering spot for Sonics fans. An impressive selection of premium domestic and imported drafts joins homemade BBQ to create just the right recipe for a day of sports on the tube. After downing some brews and a brisket or two, work off the extra calories in the back room by playing eight ball, shuffleboard, or pinball.


Insider Tips

Local Expert Says:

Sports Bars: "This spot is said to sometimes get a bit too packed nights after Key Arena events, so be prepared to stand!"

Best for Sports Bars Because: Floyd's Place is a friendly spot with a divey atmosphere perfect for sports and BBQ. You can't miss the dancing pig!

Local Expert Says:

Bars: "While this place is popular, it always seems like there is an open pool table. And when was the last time you were able to play shuffleboard at a bar?"

10Best List photo 10BEST says

Sports Bars: It's not hard to find this watering hole -- its dancing pig and waltzing cow sign is a neighborhood landmark. Right down the street from Key Arena, it's a favorite pre-game gathering spot for Sonics fans. An impressive selection of premium domestic and imported drafts joins homemade BBQ to create just the right recipe for a day of sports on the tube. After downing some brews and a brisket or two, work off the extra calories in the back room by playing eight ball, shuffleboard or pinball. Loyal patrons call the atmosphere at this Queen Anne hangout friendly and unpretentious.

Bars: It's not hard to find this watering hole. Its signage — depicting a dancing pig and waltzing cow -- is a neighborhood landmark. Right down the street from Key Arena, Floyd's is a favorite pre-game gathering spot for fans of the city's WNBA team, the Seattle Storm, or those headed to numerous other events at Seattle Center. An impressive selection of premium domestic and imported drafts joins homemade barbeque to create just the right recipe for a day of sports on the tube. After downing some brews and a brisket or two, those inclined to do so can work off the extra calories in the back room by playing eight ball, shuffleboard, or pinball.

Pool / Billiards: It's not hard to find this watering hole — its dancing pig and waltzing cow sign is a neighborhood landmark. Right down the street from Key Arena, it's a favorite pre-game gathering spot for Sonics fans. An impressive selection of premium domestic and imported drafts joins homemade BBQ to create just the right recipe for a day of sports on the tube. After downing some brews and a brisket or two, work off the extra calories in the back room by playing eight ball, shuffleboard, or pinball.

10Best List photo Insider Tips

Local Expert Anjali Mansukhani Says:

Bars: "While this place is popular, it always seems like there is an open pool table. And when was the last time you were able to play shuffleboard at a bar?"

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