Dozens of Old Palm members watched the Super Bowl at the Club, while enjoying a bountiful spread of dishes synonymous with Denver and Seattle. There were western-style Bison Burgers, Mile High Venison Chili, Pikeâs Place Market Salmon and Seattle Coffee-Rubbed Pull Pork, just to name of few of the favorites. Many of Old Palmâs members wore team jerseys as they gathered around the Big Screen TVs and eagerly awaited kick off. As usual, the pre-game hype was nonstop as sports analysts and rabid fans gave their opinions on every aspect of the game, from the effect of the weather (zero) to the price of a stadium hot dog ($13). Still, few predicted the outcome of the game. Seattle crushed Denver in one of the most dominant, lop-sided victories in Super Bowl history. From the first offensive play, when the snap sailed past Peyton Manning and Seattle recovered for a safety, Denver was never a threat. Even so, the atmosphere at the Club was so enjoyable and the food so spectacular that everyone had something to celebrate.