Are you ready for Husky Men’s basketball? We are! Because the Pac-12 has just announced the schedule of the games of the 2019-20 seasons.
Visualize the Huskies being broadcasted at least 18 times on National television throughout the season. Not to mention that they are off to their winning ways from the get-go and the whole of Seattle is jumping with excitement. Their season opener is probably just the beginning of their hold in the entire tournament.
Washington began its varsity intercollegiate campaign back in 1902 and has not looked back ever since, starting from winning their first national championship title in 1917. Even at the start of their competition, they were active participants in the Pacific 10 conference. Now, the Pacific-12 conference, Washington State Cougars are still one of their oldest members.
The Huskies finished their previous season with 27-9 and 15-3, which placed them first on the Pac-12 list. Not to mention that their coach from the previous two seasons and still continuing in the third season won back-to-back Coach of the year award within the Pac-12 members.
After getting an away win against Baylor at Anchorage, the Huskies ate away the Mount St. Mary’s with a whopping 56 to 46 at the end time to ensure their first one at home. Washington Huskies now finds themselves on rank 20 at the AP poll after their consecutive wins. However, they will look to bounce back after their close loss to Tennessee, making the next match against Maine at their home ground an all-important one. With a few freshmen in their lineup, they plan to get back on their winning ways as soon as possible.
Northlake Tavern is your favorite sports bar and will be open for the whole night. Now, here, we will televise all the Husky’s fixtures during their 2019-20 basketball season. Not to mention that we celebrate every win of Husky like it’s a championship win, with a non-stop supply of pizza and beer for you and your friends. So, you don’t have to go anywhere else and just come by to enjoy what promises to be the most exciting basketball campaign for the Huskies.
Located just next to the Northlake way, Northlake Tavern provides a menu that goes hand-in-hand with the excitement of Cougar’s men’s basketball. We provide you with the pizza’s meat-toppings selections that are otherworldly, or maybe just as good as the Husky’s roster this season.
We guarantee that when you try our house specialty pizzas, you won’t another Husky’s fixture without them. Not to mention that our sports bar is stocked with beers and alcohol of the best quality, so you don’t have to compromise on having the after-win celebration and just let loose.
So, what are you waiting for? Note down the game schedule and come by to watch each game at Seattle’s own, Northlake Tavern.
Northlake Tavern & Pizza House Lively Tavern Providing Specialty Pizzas to adults 21+ (under 21 can order take out) since 1954.
Our specialty pizzas featured in our restaurant are inspired by an old Italian recipe. After many episodes of trial and error, the original owner of Northlake Tavern made a bet that he could craft the best pizza in town. So a bet was made, and the recipe for our speciality pizzas was formulated; a recipe that we still proudly serve here today.
Our owner recalled eating a great pizza in an Italian restaurant owned by an old friend in New York. After receiving their traditional Italian recipe, he experimented with various kinds of toppings, cheeses, and crust recipes, until perfection was achieved, and the Northlake-style Pizza was born! He won the bet.
Since then, we have carried on the tradition of making our own special kind of pizza. We work hard everyday to make sure that each pizza ordered is a real tasty treat that you won't forget. Our restaurant uses only the freshest and finest ingredients available, such as real Canadian bacon, Hawaiian pineapple, and freshly-grated cheeses. Plus, our pepperoni and beef sausage is specially-ground to meet our very specific standards.
Northlake Tavern and Pizza House opened in 1954 at a site just a block west of its present location in Seattle, Washington. With the construction of the Interstate 5 Highway bridge, Northlake had to move to a location closer to the U District, where we are still proudly serving the community as a local pub, sportsbar, and pizza restaurant.
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