Targeted to open in the first quarter of 2022, Walla Walla Steak Co. and Crossbuck Brewing are coming to the Schoolhouse No. 23 historic building within Downtown Woodinville’s new Schoolhouse District development.
Originally built in 1909, the historic Schoolhouse No. 23 has stood untouched for more than a decade. The five-acre mixed-use Schoolhouse District project, located in Downtown Woodinville, provides a first-of-its-kind two-destination experience with modern architecture found beside the restored and repurposed building.
As a locally-owned hometown steakhouse, Walla Walla Steak Co. features award-winning food, wine and beers served with warm and welcoming style. The new opening at The Schoolhouse District will pay tribute to classic steakhouse dishes, like the favorite Hatchet Steak for Two, a 34-oz. bone-in prime ribeye and tableside preparations, including Bananas Foster. The new outpost will be centered around an open kitchen with a live-fire grill.
The Crossbuck Brewing taproom will spotlight a casual menu while serving a variety of beers on tap. Its award-winning brew lineup showcases the bounty of Washington State and locally sourced ingredients whenever possible.
The two connected restaurant concepts will be part of the Revelers Club loyalty program, which is associated with iconic dining and lodging locations within the Puget Sound area and beyond. Walla Walla Steak Co. and Crossbuck Brewing will occupy two floors of the Schoolhouse No. 23 building at The Schoolhouse District, at about 6,500 square feet each, not including expansive patio space.
To learn more, visit www.theschoolhousedistrict.com.