Kamala Saxton and Roz Edison of Marination fame say the opening of Good Bar in Pioneer Square has hit a few snags. They told the Puget Sound Business Journal that opening a restaurant in a building over 100 years old has led to some unique challenges, and that contractors have been slowed by other projects. "You unveil things on a daily basis," Saxton told the PSBJ. "Steel beams. Uneven floors. No floors. … This particular space just had many more challenges than any space we’ve worked with."
Good Bar will open, fingers crossed, at the end of the month in the Pacific Commercial Bank building on 2nd Ave. and Main St. next to Mike Easton's Pizzeria Gabbiano.