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Swinging Doors in Spokane is expected to be packed on Super Bowl Sunday. Swinging Doors in Spokane is expected to be packed on Super Bowl Sunday.
SPOKANE, Wash. -

All this week, Seahawks fans in Spokane are gearing up for Super Bowl Sunday.

Fans can expect Swinging Doors to be packed for the big game.

"We probably filled up with reservations probably by Monday last week. We had people starting reservations even a week before the Seahawks won the game, so and we are absolutely jam packed full," said Marcy Larson, Swinging Doors Floor Manager.

"This place is very popular. It's the Northside Cheers, and everybody that's been coming here has been coming here a long time," said customer Johnny Erp.

Regulars can count on having a good time at Swinging Doors.

"We've been here for the whole season, we are avid Seahawk fans and fortunately for our team we don't have too many times when we leave here dragging our tails and having our heads bowed," said Erp.

350 to 400 people are expected to pack the bar in hopes of seeing a Seahawk victory.

"I think everybody just gets a good night sleep and comes in and just mentally prepares for the rush," said Larson.

Seahawks fans are hoping to teach the Patriots a little something about the Legion of Boom.

"We don't get respect back East I know. I'm from there. And this just kind of puts it right in their face and I enjoy that," said Erp.

The '12 tour' rally is Monday from 5 to 7 p.m. at Swinging Doors.

After Spokane, the tour goes to Boise, Salt Lake City, Vegas and then Phoenix.

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