Global Spectrum, management for the Comcast Arena at Everett, is pleased to announce the grand re-opening of the Arena Grill restaurant on December 29. The Grill has been remodeled to better serve fans.
As part of Centerplate’s exclusive food and beverage service agreement with the Everett Public Facilities District, the 2,000 square foot space has been re-designed to provide increased comfort and aesthetics, including the addition of partition walls at the entry to protect guests from the elements. The addition of booths has created a more intimate environment while fans will still feel like they are part of the action.
The construction has increased the capacity from 75 seats to nearly 100. Local contractor, Nick Parise of Dylan Construction, lead the production executing the design work of M3. The artistry includes re-claimed wood sourced from a Seattle Chinese restaurant, dating back to the turn of the century. Trim and décor were sourced from a former grain silo in Idaho. The entrance features cold steel forged letters to make up the entrance sign.
The Arena Grill is open to all ticketholders for events. The restaurant features a full service kitchen offering daily specials made with locally-sourced ingredients. Guests can enjoy an assortment of delicious NW favorites such as a fresh catch of the day, artisan pizzas, salads, appetizers, pasta and traditional steak entrees. A complete selection of Washington wines is recommended by the experienced staff. Reservations can be made by calling 425.322.2726.
In advance of the 2012-13 Everett Silvertips hockey season, Centerplate also added several new concessions including the Possession Sound Surf & Turf, Habanero’s, Hewitt’s Diner, and added the Shanghai Wok to the already popular 47 Degrees North International Marketplace, which includes made-to-order Italian dishes. Centerplate’s mission is “To showcase and assist in sustaining and growing the agriculture and wine industries of Snohomish County by incorporating local ingredients in our recipes and suggesting and pouring local wines.”