Less than 1 year after opening at The Shops at The Bravern both Artisanal Brasserie and The Artisanal Table have called it quits following dinner service on Sunday, June 13th. Terrance Brennan, New York’s widely known chef opened both restaurants in September 2009. Astisnal Brasserie occupied 8,945 sq. ft., and The Artisanal Table occupied 1,298 sq. ft.

This news comes 1 month after retailer LTJ Arthur closed their doors at The Bravern and 3 months after both restaurants Twisted Cork and Stir Martini & Raw Bar closed at Bellevue Place.

“I’m grateful for all of the personal relationships and loyal customers we developed in Bellevue,” said Artisanal’s Chef Terrance Brennan. “The Pacific Northwest has a true appreciation for great food and wine and the chance to be part of an outstanding new project like The Bravern gave us hope. Unfortunately, the economic challenges we’re facing nationally, proved too difficult to overcome and we had to close our West Coast operations so that we could devote more attention to our New York restaurants.”

Artisanal Closes at Bravern Bellevue