It is with great sadness that we announce the closing of Naked City Camano Island. Due to circumstances beyond our control, we have no other choice. We were honored to be a part of this great community, and want to thank the many people on the island that have supported us over the last two years. We enjoyed getting to know you all so much. We would also like to thank our amazing staff.
Naked City Taphouse
Greenwood's Naked City Brewery and Taphouse Is Closing for Good | Seattle Magazine
Good beer. Loved the root beer! Food over priced. We've had better burgers for less.
Greenwood's Naked City Brewery and Taphouse Is Closing for Good
We stopped in for a relaxed brew or two on a rainy day. Happy Hour knocks a buck off each pint from the otherwise somewhat pricey beer list most beer The Naked City, located in Greenwood, was a somewhat strange and kind of unusual dinner experience. I liked the very large beer selection but I don't think that I would return here.
Greenwood Avenue North, near the intersection with 85th Street, was a sad strip of road in desperate need of love. Ten years ago, when Don Webb and his then-partner Donald Averill opened Naked City, few people would have imagined the changes that the neighborhood would see in the coming years. Hot topic, I know. There is absolutely no denying that Naked City Brewery and Taphouse helped change the neighborhood when it opened. Quickly, almost instantly, it became a beloved neighborhood institution.