The restaurant, which is located on Port of Skagit property in the building formerly operated as the Kitty Hawk Cafe, is approximately 3,600 square feet and can seat more than 120 people. Renovations for the new facility included reconfiguring the upstairs bar, removing sheet rock to expose wood beams, painting, and adding additional wood elements.
Owners Tony Savoy and Jason Tritt held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, Feb. 5.
“We are excited about the opportunity to grow our company in the Skagit Valley,” said Savoy. “The Port of Skagit is a great place for us to expand our business. The craft brewing industry is thriving, and the port will soon be a destination for beer.”
The new restaurant features breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus, approximately 16 beers on tap, full bar, and space available for meetings and parties. Hours are as follows:
Monday – Closed.
Tuesday – Friday, open at 11am.
Saturday, Open at 9am.
Sunday, 9am to 3pm.