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Tualatin restaurant, which operated for 23 years, will be replaced by Brix Tavern South, which has a Portland location

PMG FILE PHOTO - Crawfish peer from and edible bread bowls filled with bisque next to rice and crawfish cakes prepared by Hayden's Lakefront Grill for their cook-off entry in 2009 Tualatin Crawfish Festival. The contest was held at Tualatin Commons.After more than two decades as a family-owned and -operated restaurant in Tualatin, Hayden's Lakefront Grill will shutter its doors after closing on Saturday, Feb. 26.

In its place, Brix Tavern South, a new restaurant owned and operated by the Urban Restaurant Group, will open at the site in early spring, according to a news release.

Brix Tavern currently has a restaurant in Portland's Pearl District at 1338 N.W. Hoyt St.

"We are very excited for this new chapter for our space. As longtime members of the Tualatin community, it was important to us that we found the right operator to open in the Hayden's building and look forward to seeing the transition that will take place," Charlie Sitton, co-owner of Hayden's Lakefront Grill, said in a news release. "We also want to express our gratitude for all of the support we have received from our patrons, our staff and our community here in Tualatin over the last 23 years. We look forward to remaining engaged in community events through our operations at Century Hotel."

Despite the closure of the grill, Century Hotel, which is adjacent to Hayden's Lakefront Grill on the Tualatin Commons, will remain open.

"The team at Hayden's has created a legacy of quality food, a welcoming atmosphere and a high level of service throughout their long tenure," said Mark Byrum, founder and chief executive officer of the Urban Restaurant Group. "We are very excited to build upon that legacy and add a modern flair with the opening of Brix Tavern South later this spring."


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