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Rooftop Brewing Reopens in Queen Anne; Super Six Coming in September

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Rooftop Brewing

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QUEEN ANNE -- It took nearly a full year, but Rooftop Brewing is finally ready to reopen. The tiny, one-barrel brewery opened in a North Queen Anne alley back in the summer of 2013, but closed in September last year to build out a bigger space down the street. As of yesterday, their 15-barrel facility and tasting room (at 1220 W. Nickerson St.) are open, along with a rooftop seating area not present at their original location.

COLUMBIA CITY -- The team behind the beloved food truck-restaurant chain Marination is readying its sixth project: Super Six. It's coming next month to Columbia City. Eater Seattle has details on the chef, GM, and pastry chef.

QUEEN ANNE -- Last week, word came that the so far quite popular and well-reviewed Entre Amis would be closing at 2209 Queen Anne Avenue N, at least temporarily, after just four months in business. The restaurant told Queen Anne View that "[owner] Benjamin [Bernard-Luneau] needs to return to France for a bit, and until he can find someone to 'keep the concept of Entre Amis alive,' the restaurant will remain closed." There is no further word from Entre Amis about that timeline, but a new tenant has applied for a liquor license for the addressAustin's 26-year-old wunderkid chef Maxmillian Petty—with plans to open Eden Hill restaurant there by the end of August.