Green Lake Restaurant News

February 6, 2018 7:00am

Green Lake’s food scene has had a few shakeups this month.

The Butcher & Baker, the tiny breakfast and lunch spot near Latona Pub has closed. According to their website:

“After making some very difficult decisions, The Butcher & The Baker has ended it’s retail sandwich and brunch service at our current location.  Since we opened this shop, our passion has always been for food with flavor and service with genuine hospitality.  We will be available this year for on or off-site catering.  Our restaurant space and kitchen are available for special events, private rental, corporate meetings, and other chefs who are looking to do a kitchen pop up. If interested please email: BUTCHERBAKERSEATTLE@GMAIL.COM”

After 17 years in business, Green Lake Bar and Grill will be closing its doors on February 11. The restaurant is owned by Neighborhood Grills, who also manages 5 other restaurants around the Seattle and Greater Seattle area including Lunchbox Laboratories, and Bar & Grills in Eastlake, Bremerton, Lake Forest and Maple Valley. So what’s going in the space? It sounds like potentially another restaurant, possibly operated by the same owners. We’ve emailed them for more info and will share if/when we get a response.

As we reported earlier last month, Green Lake Ale House has now been rebranded to a JaK’s Ale House. The menus were recently posted online.