Originally Sundance Grill and now Budd's Broiler, this restaurant is situated on a narrow lot; the building was designed in a linear configuration with a central corridor theme that extends from the main entry through to the expansive riverside patio. Locally owned and operated, this 9,000 square foot restaurant featured the wines of Washington State in its River/Marina front location.





The sky lit corridor also serves three  elegant banquet rooms near the experiential entry area. The banquet rooms have movable partition walls that can be opened up into one large room to accommodate larger groups.







Also occupying a dynamic river view is a roomy lounge with an old world wooden bar. Adjacent to the lounge, through a padded leather door, is a cozy cigar room complete with humidor, separate ventilation system, and gas fireplace.











The corridor form in the dining room is represented  by the continuation of rough sawn heavy timber columns supporting beams of similar material.