Wild Ginger Asian Restaurant & Satay Bar - Seattle & Bellevue - Wild Ginger

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In July 2000 Wild Ginger moved from the original location on Western Avenue to the historic Mann building on third and Union.

The Mann Building

Built in 1926 by one of Seattle’s most prominent early architects, Henry Bitman, the incredible architecture and masonry work of this Seattle Landmark would be the perfect setting for the new restaurant.


The Triple Door

Rick always wanted a live music venue, in fact, the abandoned Embassy Theatre in the Mann building was the reason we moved from our original location. So, in the fall of 2002 we began construction on what was to become The Triple Door… our live music venue and dinner theatre.

The Bravern

The doors of Wild Ginger at the Bravern in Bellevue opened on September 14th, continuing the traditions of excellence commenced 20 years ago at our flagship downtown Seattle location.

Lincoln Center Expansion

The Bravern location closed in April of 2017. After months of work and years of planning, Bellevue's new, smaller Wild Ginger restaurant is set to open in its new home as part of the Lincoln Square expansion. The new Wild Ginger takes the restaurant back to the company's roots. It more closely resembles the original location that opened on Western Avenue in 1989 before it moved to the current space on Third Avenue and Union Street in 2000.



1401 Third Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
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508 Bellevue Way NE
Bellevue, WA 98004
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