Patrick Robinson
Jack Miller, owner of Husky Deli, chats with a visitor to the open house before everyone digs in. CLICK THE PHOTO ABOVE OR SEE THE GALLERY BELOW FOR MORE

SLIDESHOW: Husky Deli Open House 2012 full of flavor

UPDATE; 8pm
We added a slideshow to show this year's event. When you get free food in a great place, everybody's happy.

Original Post
There are a number of quintessential West Seattle experiences. Cruising the beach at Alki, eating at Spud Fish and Chips, walking through Lincoln Park, shopping in the Junction, taking in the view while eating at Salty's, stopping to admire the skyline from Admiral or Hamilton Viewpoint. But the number one for many people is a stop at Husky Deli.

Tonight marks their 80th Anniversary party and it's an Open House. The Husky Deli began in 1932 and has been family owned from the beginning by the Miller's. Today Jack Miller, whose ever present smile is known to generations of West Seattleites is in charge and he will be on hand for the party.

Expect a big crowd there to sample pasta, candies, ham, their famous ice cream and a whole assortment of goodies.

The party will run from 6pm to 9pm

Husky Deli is located at 4721 California Ave. SW in the middle of the West Seattle Junction.

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