Glass & Bottle closed in June to re-open as new, family friendly gastropub in July

Last week, the Glass & Bottle Bistro on Snoqualmie Ridge closed for a transformation. The Glass & Bottle Bistro, closed since June 19, will re-open in July as a family-friendly gastropub, with more seating, a new name and new menu.

“The gastropub will focus on artisan meals made with locally-sourced ingredients, delicious draft beers, craft cocktails, and, of course, awesome wines,” said Tawni Christiansen, one of the owners and general manager.

Good Libations LLC, which owns Glass & Bottle will own the new restaurant, as well. The corporation members are Tawni Christiansen, Adam Fry-Pierce, and Jeni Herberger.

“We extend a deep and sincere thank-you to the Snoqualmie community for their continued support and feedback. Without it, this expansion wouldn’t be possible,” said Adam Fry-Pierce.

For updates, visit, http://www.glassbottle-bistro.com or find Glass & Bottle on Facebook.

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