News of the Columbia City Super Six restaurant closing was delivered with a silver lining.
Chances are good that if you’ve ever spent a day in Seattle’s Columbia City neighborhood, you’ve enjoyed the Hawaiian comfort food at Super Six. Unfortunately, Super Six announced this week that they are closing. The last day you can eat at Super Six will be Friday, August 26. The good news, however, is that something equally yummy is coming in its place.
Read on for all the delicious details!
Super Six is owned by Marination founders founders Kamala Saxton and Roz Edison, who started their popular local eatery series with a food truck back in 2009. Seattleites loved the blend of Hawaiian and Korean flavors. Since then, Marination expanded into two brick-and-mortar locations in downtown Seattle and West Seattle, plus Super Six in Columbia City.
Now, Super Six will be reopening as a third Marination location in Columbia City this fall. The Super Six space has both indoor and outdoor seating. As for the chicken and bubble waffles that are a favorite on the Super Six menu, they said in an Instagram comment that they’re “confident it’ll stick around.”
What can you expect from the Marination menu? They’re known for their tacos, kimchi fried rice, sliders, and Aloha fries. If you haven’t tried their Hawaiian-Korean fusion yet, you should plan to swing by Columbia City this fall.
In the Instagram post that announced the change, the team behind Super Six and Marination said, “We hope that you see what we will be bringing you is the truest version of ourselves.”
An exact opening date for the Marination Columbia City location has not yet been announced, but we will keep this post updated as we learn more. In the meantime, remember that your last day to eat at Super Six is this Friday, August 26.