|By PR Newswire||
|April 7, 2014 07:30 PM EDT||
SEATTLE, April 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Opening April 8th! Henry's Tavern, quickly becoming a SODO favorite destination among sports and craft beer fans alike has announced the Grand Opening of its all-new Patio. This 400+ capacity space across the street from the Home Plate Entrance to Safeco Field will serve as the ultimate game day location for fans.
"We wanted to give people a better experience. Great food, awesome local craft beers a fun environment, we even built bocce ball courts!" Says Regional Operations Director Joseph Linggi. "We're literally right across the street, you can throw a baseball to the stadium, it is going to be fun."
The Patio is family friendly and will serve many of the items Henry's is known for, including a bacon cheddar burger, smoked BBQ ribs and more. The perfect start or end to your game day routine, the Patio at Henry's Tavern is sure to be a great addition to the SODO neighborhood.
About Henry's Tavern:
Opening its doors in the original Blitz-Weinhard Brewing Complex in 2004, Henry's Tavern started as a neighborhood place, and quickly became a Portland, Ore. institution. Henry's opened its well-loved restaurant and bar concept to Seattle, WA in April 2013. For more information on Henry's Tavern in Seattle, or to view the full menu and beer selection visit www.henrystavern.com or follow the restaurant on Facebook and Twitter.
About Restaurants Unlimited, Inc.:
Since opening its first successful restaurant in 1968, Restaurants Unlimited, Inc. (RUI) has brought its talent for bringing the finest food to some of the best possible locations across the nation. RUI operates 21 different restaurant brands in 47 locations throughout the U.S. Unique concepts include Portland City Grill, Palisade, Cutters Crabhouse, and Skates on the Bay. Multi-unit brands include Kincaid's, Palomino Restaurant & Bar, Portland Seafood Company and Stanford's. Additional details are available at www.r-u-i.com.
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