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December 7, 2015
A 1949 warehouse at 203 W. Thomas St. in Lower Queen Anne has been converted into an Austro-Hungarian beer hall.
Queen Anne Beerhall was designed like a traditional European beer hall, with communal tables and seating for 400 people in a 6,700-square-foot hall, with a stage for live music and a 362-square-foot patio.
The establishment serves draft and bottled beer, and cocktails. The menu is classic beer hall fare with a Northwest influence, such as soft Bavarian pretzels, wiener schnitzel and a variety of grilled sausages with sauerkraut.
Owner: 203WT LLC
Tenant: Queen Anne Beerhall
Developer: Eagle Rock Ventures LLC
Architect: S+H Works
Contractor: Dovetail General Contractors
Civil engineer: Nick Bossoff Engineering
Structural engineer: Frank Company Structural Engineering
Environmental services: The Riley Group, Inc.
Lender: Puget Sound Bank
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