Business openings make me happy these days. Well, any day really, but especially now. When the owners of Brix closed their Juanita Village wine bar (9749 NE 119th Way), they knew they wanted to re-purpose their space (when Covid allowed) to be more like their other restaurant concept, Tipsy Cow. And now Deja Moo has arrived! If you're a Tipsy fan, you'll recognize the multi-font menu and killer burgers in Tipsy's "more casual little sister." The footprint is the same but you can find a big TV on the hamburger wallpapered wall, and the previous wine bar has transformed into a food line for ordering ala carte menu items. When you're a business born in a pandemic, you have a separate take-out desk to keep online orders quick, easy and efficient (w/a pickup parking spot out front!). You are also able to provide beer, wine, and canned cocktails, and of course, outdoor seating. They are excited that almost all of their staff are coming back too.
Owners Keith & Natalie (+Dave not in photo)
Go check out Deja Moo's new 'elevated fast casual' dining experience. All of the food is delish, their signature Moo sauce has a little kick, and burgers start around $9. I think you'll be glad to see a friendly, local family spot that has a little something for everybody that is open every day for lunch and dinner from 11-8. Are you still sticking close to home? No problem, do a pickup order directly from their website.
In case you needed even more good news, Brix will be opening in Woodinville in mid-May!