Bacon, Eggs and Kegs Returns to Seattle March 14th

Coming March 14th Bacon Eggs & Kegs will be back in back in Seattle. This annual event features everything from beers and Bloody Mary’s to food trucks, games and live music. Proceeds for the event benefits Northwest Harvest that focuses on equitable access to nutritious food for all. I had such a great time attending this event last year that I wanted to share my experience.


Located at CenturyLink Field I had great views of downtown Seattle and inside the stadium while enjoying refreshing drinks and delicious food.

Featuring 40 Breweries and over 80 types of beers. I was able to try a variety of them from Washington and Oregon some of my favorite ones came from Fremont Brewing, Chainline Brewing Company, and Red Hook just to name a few.

If beers aren’t your thing, you can head over to the 30 ft Bloody Mary bar and create the ultimate Bloody Mary with all the trimmings. With over a dozen options you able to let your imagination run wild. The one I made had bacon, shrimp, a mozzarella stick and a couple of veggies just to keep things healthy.


With so much to drink at your fingertips, the organizers made sure you wouldn’t be doing all that drinking on an empty stomach. From bacon and eggs to waffles to burgers a variety of food is available to help soak up some of that alcohol.

Besides, the drinks and the food are all kinds of games that are scattered all over the event space. From a giant size game of beer pong to Jenga and even a life-size hungry hippo game that you and 3 of your friends can play.

With so much to offer, I had a great time with my friends enjoying everything that Bacon Eggs & Kegs has to offer. The location and music created a great atmosphere to hang out.  The drinks are plentiful and provide all kinds of unique flavors that I would normally never have tried. The food paired perfectly and worth the wait in some pretty long lines. The games added another layer of fun and a great test of coordination after a few drinks. Overall this a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon and is worth checking out with a group of friends.