Trio of unique restaurants to open in Sammamish next week

New space combines family restaurant, bar atmosphere and fine dining

  • Thursday, January 11, 2018 11:29am
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Residents of Sammamish, prepare yourselves for a new flavor in town. Kryptonite Bar & Pizza, Katie’s Family Kitchen and Radcliffe Steak & Seafood owners, collectively Radcliffe Restaurant Group, announces the three-day grand opening of its three neighboring restaurants, set to kick off Friday, Jan. 19.

Radcliffe Restaurant Group is excited about bringing a local dining destination to Sammamish. Residents now have one convenient location in which to dine out and enjoy three distinct dining experiences. The group has created a venue that appeals to a diverse crowd, including families and couples looking for a great place to enjoy a drink, family dinner or date night out.

Kryptonite Bar & Pizza is an adults-only hangout offering a full bar, great food and fun atmosphere. It also features a daily happy hour from 3:30-6 p.m. with $2 off drinks and $3 off food.

Katie’s Family Kitchen menu offers classic American cuisine, including pizza, pasta and burgers, as well as an amazing breakfast on weekends. Parents will enjoy the newly-added space for kids.

Radcliffe Steak & Seafood (formerly Katie’s on the Lake) combines the freshest locally-sourced cuisine with a noteworthy fine-dining ambiance offering supreme quality steaks and seafood with an Italian flair. Visit Radcliffe Steak & Seafood for your next date night out.

The grand opening celebration will begin Friday, Jan. 19 at Kryptonite Bar & Pizza and continue throughout the weekend.

Kryptonite Bar & Pizza, Katie’s Family Kitchen and Radcliffe Steak & Seafood are located at 3310 E. Lake Sammamish Parkway SE, Sammamish.

For more information, visit www.kryptonitebarandpizza.com, www.katiesfamilykitchen.com and www.radcliffesteakandseafood.com.

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