Seattle Hawaiian-Korean spot announces closure after nearly a decade of business

Sep 16 2020, 7:07 pm

Since 2009, Kamala and Roz have been treating Seattleites to Hawaiian-Korean Curb cuisine through their food truck, Marination.

A year later, the duo opened a brick-and-mortar location, Marination Station, in Capitol Hill.

After nearly a decade of serving the public, Marination Station has been forced to shut its doors for good following the pandemic.

The Pike and Broadway restaurant announced the permanent closure through an Instagram statement Wednesday.

The Station sign may be coming down but we’ve still got lots of aloha left to give! We’re sad to say our very first brick n’ mortar on Capitol Hill will not be reopening. While it’s sad to be closing up shop across the street from the corner Big Blue grew up on, we’re excited for the years to come on 6th & Virginia, on Alki in West Seattle and at @supersixseattle in Columbia City. Mahalo for your continued support and don’t forget you can still get Everyday Aloha delivered to Capitol Hill via UberEats or DoorDash! 🌮

Those looking to continue supporting Marination can continue visiting its sister locations, which remain open for dine-in and takeout.

Marination 6th and Virginia

Location: 2000 6th Avenue, Seattle

Marination Ma Kai

Location: 1660 Harbor Avenue SW, Seattle

Super Six

Location: 3714 S Hudson Street, Seattle

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