In anticipation of a permanent build-out at our local headquarters, Teatro ZinZanni began a hiatus at the Woodinville location following the closing night of “A Night Like This” on Sunday, February 16, 2020. The closure allows the organization to work with partners to construct a permanent structure where the temporary venue sat. The new building will contain and protect the century-old, iconic Belgian spiegeltent.
The vision for the new building was inspired by the community that has so warmly embraced us since we began our operations in the heart of Woodinville wine country. Here on the beautiful green campus of Hollywood Station (former Redhook Brewery), we are neighbors with extraordinary wineries and we want to be sure that the design incorporates our unique sensibilities and the surrounding nature. We look forward to working closely with the city, partners, staff, and neighbors to be ready to welcome our audiences back. We hope to make Teatro ZinZanni Woodinville an entertainment destination for local residents and travelers alike.
All Teatro ZinZanni operations were closed to the public in March 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. During the hiatus of Teatro ZinZanni in Woodinville and the related closures, a very small team has been working to reinvent and reopen Teatro ZinZanni in all cities, including the critically-acclaimed Chicago operation, which debuted in July 2019. Teatro ZinZainni will also continue its plans for a return to the San Francisco Embarcadero in a new venue in 2022.
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Teatro ZinZanni is pleased to announce that we will reopen our casual restaurant and pub Wheelhouse on our Woodinville campus as of June 26, 2020 for take-out and outdoor dining on the spacious patio. We will offer a streamlined menu of summer favorites, cocktails and a selection of wine and beers. Adjacent to Teatro ZinZanni at Hollywood Station, Wheelhouse opened November 2019 in a fully remodeled location at the old Redhook brew pub, a popular destination with summer winery visitors and bicyclists on the Sammamish River Trail.