Hockey hangout Petoskey’s Sports Bar brings the midwest to Seattle


Wood-fired pizza and octopus-inspired drinks in Fremont get game day off to a great start.

SEATTLE – The address may say Seattle, but Petoskeys Sports Bar owner Joel Radin wants his place to feel Minnesota.

“I thought I could bring some of that Midwestern attitude with me, the friendly Midwestern atmosphere. So it’s chill, nothing too jammed “, said Radin.

Not only does the Fremont Bar have a Midwestern vibe, it also serves some of the local food, including wood-fired pizza.

“The Great Mike Petoskey’s, kind of a standard combo, especially in the Midwest. There’s hot peppers, Italian sausage with onions, black olives, mushrooms, and green peppers,” said Radin.

Another dish from home is the fish sandwich.

“The walleye is a classic Midwestern thing. This will be our classic pikeperch fillet, which is breaded, lightly breaded and then fried in the pan, with tomato salad and onions. “

Want an octopus-inspired drink? They have that too.

“The blue beer is the best Coors Light with a little Kraken ink. It turns blue,” said Radin. “The other drink we drink is called The Deep.”
“There’s the octopus rum, of course. And then drizzled some Malibu, some almond aroma, pineapple and a bit of auto-sow, and we top it with a maraschino cherry for the octopus eye. “

So when it comes to hockey hangouts, Petoskey’s Sports Bar in Fremont is a big Midwest, “you bet there.”

Petoskey’s Sports Bar is located on 125 N 36th Street in Seattle.