Tacoma's Primo Grill on the move – new home will be on Sixth Avenue

Staff writerNovember 11, 2013 


Charlie McManus, executive chef and co-owner of Primo Grill, prepares seared Alaskan sea scallops, potato gratin, broccoli, citrus tarragon beurre blanc. In the foreground is steamed Kamilche Farms mussels (from near Shelton), chive curry cream.

PETER HALEY — Staff photographer Buy Photo

Primo Grill, an anchor restaurant in Tacoma's Sixth Avenue neighborhood, will move next year.

Husband-wife owners Charlie McManus and Jacqueline Plattner will relocate Primo about three blocks away to a building they own, which currently houses their sibling business, Crown Bar. No changes are planned for the footprint of Crown Bar.

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