Bite Restaurant & Lobby Bar
Exploring the Tacoma art scene is without question, an experience that feeds your soul. In between excursions, nourish your body and spirit with a cocktail and a nibble in our Lobby Bar or up on the fourth floor at BITE. Under the direction of Executive Chef Matt Stickle, these art-filled venues offer cuisine that will entrance and inspire.
Stickle, a native of the Tacoma area, graduated from The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY and has worked in kitchens at the Mission Grille in Sister Bay, WI, The Little Nell in Aspen and the Eiffel Tower in Las Vegas. A regular at the Tacoma Farmer’s Market, he is passionate about sourcing the best local ingredients and incorporating them into his menus here at the Hotel Murano.
Hotel Murano and Bite Restaurant offer Happy Hour every day of the week from 4 to 7 p.m. in both the Lobby Bar and Bite Restaurant bars. Monday night is Industry night – restaurant and hotel employees with a current pay stub receive happy hour prices in both bars from 4 p.m. until close and 25% off when dining in Bite (this discount does not include alcohol). Plus, join us for Bite Nite and happy hour prices in the Bite bar from 4 p.m. until close on Thursday evenings.
Hours & Info
- Phone: 253.591.4151
Mon - Fri: 6am-11am
Sat & Sun: 7am-11am
- Lunch: Daily 11am-2pm
- Limited Menu: Daily 2-4:30pm
- Early Eats Menu: Mon - Fri 4:30-6pm
Sun - Wed: 4:30-9pm
Thur - Sat: 4:30-10pm
The brilliant display of art work in our Lobby Bar offers no shortage of conversation starters. Before you head out for the night or after a long day of meetings, stop by the lobby for hand-crafted cocktails and tempting small plates.
Raise A Glass Lady in the Lobby Bar
In celebration of the 10th anniversary of Tacoma’s Museum of Glass, we are offering a one-of-a-kind Glass Lady cocktail package. Available exclusively in our Lobby Bar and priced at $29, it includes one of our signature Glass Lady cocktails made with Glass Vodka from Glass Distillery, Seattle’s newest distiller of premium spirits; a souvenir glass hand-painted by our resident artist, Carolyn Osborne of Creative Forces; and a $2 donation to the Museum of Glass.