A new restaurant is coming to the Normandy Park Towne Center – the Normandy Park Ale House – which will open in June in the spot that formerly housed the Kayak Bar & Grill and Archery Bistro.
Normandy Park Towne Center owner Medina Fund Four, LLC announced Monday (May 12) that the new business, to be operated by the Stedman family, has signed a long-term lease for a new family friendly restaurant.
“I’m thrilled to offer the residents of Normandy Park a wonderful neighborhood restaurant and ale house to be operated by some very experienced owners,” said Tom T. O’Keefe, principal & CEO of O’Keefe Development, partner and developer of Normandy Park Towne Center. “The Stedman’s (brothers Joel, Bryan & Evan along with father Larry) also own and operate the Magnolia Village Pub and the Lamplighter Public House (formerly known as the Sundown Saloon), one of the oldest continually operating food and beverage establishments within the Seattle city limits since prohibition.”
“We are thrilled to be opening our third restaurant, especially in Normandy Park,” said Joel Stedman. “Further, we are excited about operating in a community that is quite similar to the Magnolia and Greenwood neighborhoods in which we currently have restaurants.”
Stedman added, “Our goal is to provide the community of Normandy Park and surrounding areas a great casual dining experience with a vibrant atmosphere. Our focus is also on being active members of the communities in which we operate.”
The approximately 100,000 square foot Normandy Park Towne Center is strategically located in the heart of the city of Normandy Park, WA. Tenants include the Normandy Park Market, Ace Hardware, Normandy Park Athletic Club and many others, including the recently opened pet salon Soggy Doggy and coffee house & internet cafe Normandy Perk.
Chris Corr, Tirzah Jones and Rolland Jones of Kidder Mathews are handling leasing for the Normandy Park Towne Center.
For project info visit: http://www.normandyparktownecenter.com/