April openings, closings & anniversaries
Boise’s Hercules of Greek cuisine, The Gyro Shack, has announced a new location that will bring its signature gyros to Everett. The new store, opening in spring 2017 and located at 6500 Evergreen Way, will expand the brand’s unique, authentic Mediterranean favorites to the coast.
Known for customized Greek gyros and zesty sauces, The Gyro Shack is undertaking an Odyssey from Boise to Everett in order to share a product fit for Mount Olympus with local foodies. The location will feature two convenient drive-up windows and a patio for outdoor seating.
Operated by Tony and Kristen McNulty, The Gyro Shack in Everett is the first of three locations the McNulty’s will open in the area. The new location will kick start brand expansion in the state with 22 locations slated to open across Washington, marking the beginning of the brand’s Pacific Northwest growth.
March 18 is the last and final day for Tini Bigs and Hula's in their present location. The great news is that proprietor Keith Robbins will be relocating the Hula Hula bar in April at 1501 East Olive Way on Capital Hill.
Chef Brendan McGill announces his newest endeavor, Café Hitchcock. Shooting for a spring opening, Café Hitchcock will be an all-day cafe serving breakfast, lunch, happy hour, and dinner, located at the southeast corner of First Avenue and Marion Street.
Café Hitchcock is on the ground floor of the Exchange Building, a 22-story art deco building that was completed in 1930. The café is located in a 2,000-square-foot space decorated with blue and white tones plus pretty brass accents that recall maritime fixtures.
The Saint is nine. Celebrating April 9 with $6 drink and food features.
Marine Hardware is one year old.
East Anchor Seafood, in Seattle's Madrona neighborhood, is one year old. To celebrate on Friday, March 24 from 5-6 p.m. they will be toasting the one year anniversary with free oysters.
PICK-QUICK Drive In is celebrating its 68th anniversary of operation. The Auburn location is just turning 6 years old, the SODO spot is turning 6 months this month. To celebrate they are rolling back the hamburger and cheeseburger prices to 49 and 68-cents respectively, with proceeds of those sales going to Northwest Harvest.
Sullivan's in Seattle is closing at the end of March. March 11 - 31 the restaurant is having a 40% off Grab & Go sale of its wine cellar, 50% if you stick around for dinner. The discount applies to bottles purchased while dining.