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Pike Street Hospitality Group Redefines Cocktail Hour as Agua Verde Café Expands with Marina Cantina

Travis Rosenthal, Owner; and Juan Dominguez, General Manager; and Rogelio Reynoso, Executive Chef have brought new food, new drinks, a new bar, and Marina Cantina to Agua Verde Café. Pull up a boat or walk on over to the summer hot spot located on Portage Bay.

SEATTLE, July 11, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Travis Rosenthal, Restaurateur, Founder/Owner of Pike Street Hospitality Group, which owns and operates Rumba in Capitol Hill, Sand Point Grill in Northeast Seattle and Agua Verde Café in Portage Bay has the vision to make dining out an exciting, fun and flavorful experience for everyone living in or visiting Seattle.

Situated below the Agua Verde Café located at 1303 NE Boat Street, Seattle, Washington 98105, which Rosenthal took over earlier this year, is his newest concept, Marina Cantina, a vibrant and sexy outdoor bar that seats up to 60 and is ten feet from the Portage Bay waterfront.

For Seattleites that can't get enough of Rumba, the North West's highly acclaimed rum bar they will be excited to know Marina Cantina features five Rumba-designed cocktails among their offerings as well as fresh, authentic Mexican food from Agua Verde Café's menu.

With colorful tables, a bright orange taco truck, enchanting patio lights, a picturesque waterfront landscape, colorful street art from artist Michael J. Landon, lively music and iconic Seattle drinks, the Marina Cantina is one of only a handful of restaurants that allow you to sit and eat close to the water. This urban oasis in the city is sure to become a Seattle warm-weather destination.

Situated mere steps away from the University of Washington and just a 10-minute walk or 2- minute Uber ride away from Husky Stadium or the light rail station, this outdoor bar is ideal and accommodating for large groups of friends to get together for a spirited summer night. Open seasonally, from May 1 to October 1 Marina Cantina is a festive atmosphere where anyone can pretend they are on vacation.

Travis has also built a new plant-filled, turquoise blue 13-seat indoor bar at the Café and added many new menu items with his Executive Chef, Rogelio Reynoso. Bringing fresh, sustainable seafood to their tacos, locally sourced produce, and incredibly fresh gluten-free house-made tortillas, Travis and his Agua Verde Café team fully understand the Pacific Northwest famed culture of care for responsible ingredient sourcing. Agua Verde Café is managed by Juan Dominguez, whose dedication to hospitality and quality customer service shows in all aspects of the restaurant. This Seattle waterfront classic is here to stay. Follow along at @aguaverdecafeseattle on Instagram and Facebook.