Z’Tejas Southwestern Grill in Bellevue recently announced it will be closing as of January 26.
“We want to extend a huge thanks to our hard working team members, loyal guests and community for all your support over the past 11 years,” said Steven A. Micheletti, president and chief executive officer of Z’Tejas. “We are sincerely looking forward to enjoying one last holiday season with our team and patrons.”
Z’Tejas first opened its doors in May 2001 in the third level of the Lodge at Bellevue Square. Located directly above Snowflake Lane, Z’Tejas has been a popular destination for families during the holiday season. During the past 11 years, guests have come to know and love Z’Tejas for its use of fresh ingredients and innovative Southwestern cuisine.
The Bellevue restaurant is one of 11 nationwide, the only in the Northwest. Although Z’Tejas is closing its doors in Bellevue, the company will open a new location in Phoenix in March 2013.
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Located in the Lodge on the third level of Bellevue Square, Z’Tejas is ringed by shopping and entertainment. In 1989, the first Z’Tejas was born in an old Victorian house on Austin’s historic 6th Street. The menu, largely influenced by the south, signifies the bold robust flavors of Arizona, California, Louisiana, New Mexico and Texas. By 1993, Z’Tejas was operating two more locations in Scottsdale, Arizona. Today, the Bellevue location is one of 11 restaurants in the Western United States. For more information on Z’Tejas and its award-winning margaritas, menus and locations, visit www.ztejas.com.