Toast a Favorite Team with Alumni Shots at SPORT Restaurant & Bar
SEATTLE, WA – Annually, like the rites of spring, basketball fans become caught up in tradition as March Madness dominates the television.SPORT Restaurant & Bar Is always a favorite hang-out to watch the tournament at, as it “sports” 39 screens (1 – 130” High Def TV, 2 – 50” Plasma TV’s, 13 – 42” Plasma TV’s, 8 – 17” LCD booth TV’s, 5 – 20” LCD booth TV’s and 10 – 27” Flat Screen TV’s on the patio for outdoor seating) so enthusiasts can be sure that they won’t miss a single play.
Those cheering on a favorite team need proper libations. SPORT has added NCAA Big Dance “Shot” Specials with just that in mind. Created by a talented staff of bartenders, managers and, of course, Chef/Proprietor John Howie, it is a great way for guests to support their favorites with alumni shots – tailored concoctions for each squad.
The BLOODY BUCKEYE (Vodka, Spicy Tomato, Lager) celebrates high-ranked Ohio State, while University of Kansas Jayhawk fans can get their voodoo on with the J HAWK Raspberry Vodka, Blue Curacao, Citrus Juice). Michigan State groupies will enjoy a shot of the SPARTAN SPECIAL (Midori, Malibu Rum, Crème) while they toast their team’s March Madness berth and diehard University of Washington supporters raging with Husky Fever can relish the like named shot – HUSKY FEVER (Mandarin Vodka, Parfait Amour, Citrus Juice) while pinning their hopes on Selection Sunday. Shots are priced at $6 for one, $11 for two, $16 for three and four for $20.
March Madness buffs are encouraged to bring along some teammates. Chef Howie has plenty of eats available to help devotees to keep up their strength including a large assortment of both thin and thick crust pizzas, chili and chowder, burgers, sandwiches, salads and snacks. Stadium favorites such as fresh Garlic Fries and Jumbo Soft Pretzels will make sports fans feel like they are right in the stands.
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