Here’s a look at the comings and goings of South Sound restaurants.
Fuzion Cafe: The Asian fusion restaurant in the Narrows neighborhood remains closed while work is underway to repair damage from a fire last year. Owner Hong Ngov said via message that early April is the projected opening from the construction company. Find the restaurant at 6820 Sixth Ave., Tacoma; 253-267-1566; thefuzioncafe.com.
Steamers Seafood Cafe: The casual seafood restaurant at Titlow Beach is still closed following a dining room flood, but a representative for the company says they’re hopeful there will be a March reopening. Find the cafe at 8802 Sixth Ave., Tacoma; 253-565-4532; facebook.com/SteamersSeafoodCafe.
Midtown Grill: The Bonney Lake bar and grill at 20609 state Route 410 E. has closed. The last day of business was Dec. 31 for the destination known for its game viewing and burgers.
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Pegasus Restaurant and Lounge: The longtime restaurant at 1320 Puyallup Ave. has closed. The diner made its announcement on Facebook and held a going-out-of-business sale Jan. 18.
Blue Cannon Pizza Co.: The Gig Harbor pizza restaurant at 4726 Borgen Blvd. NW has closed. A recorded message at the restaurant’s phone number indicated there might still be a future for the pizza joint, however. The message stated, “We are looking for a new location and will post all news and progress on our Facebook page.” Find it at facebook.com/bluecannonpizza.
Organic Lunchbox: A new Parkland cafe has opened. Find the Organic Lunchbox at 13817 Pacific Ave., Tacoma; 253-389-6738; facebook.com/theorganiclunchbox.
Northern Pacific Coffee Co.: Speaking of Parkland, the Northern Pacific Coffee Co. at 401 Garfield St., has reopened with new owners. More information at 253-503-7430 or facebook.com/NoPaCoCo.
WATCH LIST FOR NEW RESTAURANTS
Keep an eye out in the next month or two for the opening of these restaurants.
Cooks’ Tavern: The Proctor-area tavern at 3205 N. 26th St., from Seattle restaurant company Chow Foods, is hoping for an early April opening. Check out construction updates at facebook.com/cookstavern.
Flanagan’s Craft Pub: The downtown Puyallup pub at 120 S. Meridian featuring craft beer should be opening soon in the former home of the Puyallup River Alehouse. It’s from the same owners of nearby The Forum (which also has a location in downtown Tacoma). Find updates at facebook.com/flanaganscraftpub.
Fish Fish Fish: The Sixth Avenue casual neighborhood fish and chips joint at 3018 Sixth Ave., from Shake Shake Shake founders Robert Stocker and Steve Naccarato, is in the final stages of construction.