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Magnuson Kitchen + Brewery at Point Ruston won’t reopen

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Magnuson Kitchen + Brewery will not be reopening at Point Ruston, the restaurant reported in a message. The restaurant and bar featured a menu of pub fare with a taplist heavy on Magnuson brews. The Point Ruston location was an outpost of the Seattle-based brewery.

Magnuson was the third concept to operate in that space in as many years at Point Ruston.

Point Ruston is a retail-residential development on the Tacoma-Ruston waterfront. It features a farflung mix of shops and eateries and is home to Wild Fin American Grill, Stack 571, Mio Sushi, Ice Cream Social and a public market with local and regional vendors. “We are working on that space now and will definitely keep you posted when it’s ready to announce. A handful of permanent restaurants will be opening in the Public Market over the coming months as well,” a Point Ruston representative said via message.

Dial back to December 2017 to when Fish Brewing Pub & Eatery opened in that expansive space that seats about 200 people. The brewery, citing a sharp decline in business, closed in February 2019.

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The dining room at Kobrew, which closed in 2019 and reopened as Magnuson.
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The bar at Kobrew, which operated briefly at Point Ruston in 2019.

Then came Kobrew, a hybrid brewery and Korean fusion concept, from the owners of Magnuson. Kobrew opened last summer. That lasted a handful of months in 2019. Then, the concept closed, refreshed, and reopened as Magnuson Brewing, an outpost of the Seattle brewery and restaurant of the same name.

I asked for more detail from Magnuson on the closure. I’ll update this post if I get more information. 

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The dining room at Magnuson Kitchen + Brewery.
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The bar at Magnuson at Point Ruston.
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Magnuson Kitchen + Brewery served its own brew and a menu of pub eats at Point Ruston.

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