Northlake Tavern | Seattle, WA | Nov 2018
This Friday’s Apple Cup, the Cougars who are currently ranked 7th, will take on the Huskies, who are ranked 16th in the nation. This rivalry match will determine which team will move on to conference championship game against Utah, who is currently ranked 18th.
This will be an exciting game to watch. We will be hosting and televising this football game here at Northlake Tavern. Both Udub and Cougs fans are all welcome.
Enjoy wide variety of beers, pizza, and other great selections from our menu (click here)..
Apple Cup 2018 Where: @ Washington State When: Fri, Nov 23, 5:30pm TV: FOX
Resources: Washington State Cougars- http://www.espn.com/college-football/team/_/id/265/washington-state-cougars UW Huskies- https://www.uwdawgpound.com/ NCAAF Rankings- http://www.espn.com/college-football/rankings
For more information, call us at (206) 633-5317 or visit us at, 660 NE Northlake Way, Seattle, WA 98105.
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.
David Horsey, Seattle's Pultizer Prize-winning Cartoonist
Best American College Town for Pizza Lovers = Northlake Tavern