Strength, power and toughness will take center stage March 5-8 during the Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament. Come to Greeley Avenue to cheer on your favorite women’s Pac-12 basketball team as they work their way toward the championship and solidify a spot in the National Tournament. Click here for a Tournament bracket.
Oregon is the two-time defending Pac-12 regular season champion and has dominated the league thus far. But UCLA and Stanford are just a single game behind in the standings, and come tourney time, anything can happen.
If you’ve been following the women’s basketball, you already know that Oregon boasts the best player in the country in elite point guard Sabrina Ionescu. Two of her teammates are also among the top five nationally, with junior forward Satou Sabally ranked No 4. and senior center Ruthy Hebard at No. 5. A few weeks ago, the Lady Ducks handed perennial powerhouse UConn their worst home loss ever, sending a powerful message to the rest of Women’s basketball.
The Lady Beavs are a few games back in the standings and will need a good showing in the Tournament to secure a trip to the National Tournament.
But you don’t need to go the Las Vegas to catch all the action. Greeley Avenue will be hosting the Pac-12 Tournament all weekend long. With 12 wide screen tvs, there’s not a bad seat in the house. Plus, to heighten the excitement, all Duck and Beaver games will be shown on the Big Screen during the weekend.
So make Greeley Avenue home court for the Women’s Pac-12 Tournament. The Road to the Women’s Final Four begins here.
If you’re tired of hosting Super Bowl parties at your house, maybe a great neighborhood sports bar is what you’re looking for. And if whiskey and beer, burgers and wings are your idea of the perfect lineup, the Greeley Avenue Bar & Grill is your spot.
While the 4th of July may lay claim to the title, no holiday is more American in all its beer soaked glory than Super Bowl Sunday.
And coming this Sunday, February 2nd, Greeley Avenue will be living up to that reputation with the best Super Bowl party in NoPo. This longtime Overlook hangout is screening the game on its massive Big Screen. You can also catch the action on any one of their additional 13 flatscreens throughout the bar. Long story short: there isn’t a bad seat in the house.
In addition to the usual menu of burgers, wings and other pub grub, you count on seeing a number of Super Sunday food and drink specials too, including some great Happy Hour specials long about Halftime. Whether your team wins or loses, Amber and her crew will be at the ready to ease your sorrow or help you celebrate the glory with your choice of 15 rotating draft selections. (Link to http://www.greeleyavenue.com/rotating-taps/)
If you want a place to sit for the game, you might want to you stop by around 1 PM before the bar begins to fill up.
Expect Greeley Avenue to fill up by kick-off (3:30 PM) and to stay packed until the football field gets cleared. And heck, if the game is a blowout, Amber just might switch the game over to the Puppy Bowl.
There’s nothing like enjoying the big game in the comfort of your favorite sports bar. And since you are reading the Greeley Avenue Bar & Grill blog, I will just assume that happens to be yours.
For starters, with over a dozen widescreen monitors throughout the bar, there isn’t a bad seat in the house. Having your very own widescreen right in front of your table is almost like having a seat on the 50 yard line – without the $30 nachos. Were that not enough, Greeley Avenue is also home to the largest big screen in NoPo, which offers life-sized action of your favorite sports.
Secondly, while you could enjoy the game at home, is there really anything better than being surrounded by other football fanatics, all cheering on their favorite team? Yeah, I didn’t think so. With all the excitement and cheering going on, you’ll think you’re in Hard Rock Stadium – minus Miami’s 90 degree heat, of course.
Add to that Greeley’s unbeatable pub grub, and you’ll forget all about staying home to watch the game. Fan favorites include Greeley’s famous sriracha chicken nuggets, fried pickle chips, and one-of-a-kind buffalo cauliflower. (In case you are wondering, it actually tastes more like cauliflower than buffalo.) Greeley also has four tasty varieties of buffalo chicken wings to choose from too! And those are just the appetizers.
And don’t even get me started on the beer list. Well, okay… do get me started on the beer list. In addition to all your favorite domestic bottles, Greeley also offers a rotating selection of 16 draft beers. (Link to rotating tap handles page.)
So regardless of who you’ll be rooting for in this year’s big game, make plans to watch it at Greeley Avenue Bar & Grill. Kickoff is on Sunday, February 2nd at 3:30 PM. But you’ll want to get here early to grab your favorite seat.
No one throws a party like Greeley Avenue, and this year is no exception. This year they’ll be ringing in the New Year with the best party in the neighborhood!
Things will get started at 9 PM New Years Eve with DC Malone & the Jones, Portland’s most original cover band. With a playlist that includes rock, swing, blues, country and jazz, there is bound to be a little something for everyone to enjoy. Greeley will provide the hats and noisemakers – you just bring your dancing shoes!
Then at midnight, we’ll all gather round of a free champagne toast to 2020.
What better way to welcome the New Year than with great food, drink and music?
But the New Year’s celebration doesn’t end there. At 2 PM New Years Day, Greeley will be hosting the 106th edition of the Rose Bowl, pitting the Oregon Ducks against the Wisconsin Badgers in the Granddaddy of them all. It promises to be a great game, with the Ducks ranked #6 in the nation, and the Badgers at #8. The Badgers boast the best running back in America, so the Duck D will definitely be tested. Fittingly, the big game will be shown on the Big Screen, so you can scream and holler right along with the rest of Duck Nation.
Wherever you may be this New Years Eve, party safely. And Happy New Year!
The college bowl season is officially upon us. This year’s post season schedule includes 40 bowl games – that’s right, 40 of ‘em. The first bowl game takes place on December 20th with the Bahama Bowl and concludes with the crowning of the National Champion in the New Orleans Supedome on January 13, 2020. There’s even a Tropical Smoothie Cafe Frisco Bowl in there somewhere (Gotta love the corporate sponsorships.) So if you’re keeping track, that’s 24 days of bowl games.
The major bowls take place on December 28th, with the Peach Bowl and Fiesta Bowl as the top four teams in the nation square off for national bragging rights. Clemson is the defending national champion and, as the third ranked team in the nation, has their sites set on a repeat. But they’ll have to get past the #2 seeded Ohio State. The other two teams in the hunt are Oklahoma and top-seeded LSU.
And, of course, let’s not forget the Rose Bowl! This year, the Oregon Ducks will be facing off against the Wisconsin Badgers. That game will be held on New Years Day with the kickoff at 5 PM.
Not sure who’s playing who this post season? Click here for a complete schedule of games, teams and times.
There is no better place to catch the post season gridiron action than at Greeley Avenue. With a bajillion widescreen tvs, there’s not a bad seat in the house. Plus, there’s the added advantage of being to watch multiple games at the same time. And you can be sure to catch the really big games on Greeley’s giant Big Screen.
Add to that Greeley’s unbeatable beer selection and always reliable menu options, and you have all the reasons you need to ditch the family tv and enjoy the big bowl games with your fellow football fanatics.
Just remember, there is no such thing as too much college football. See you ‘round the Big Screen.