Leading the way at Glow Martini Lounge are sisters-friends-business partners Randi Baker (left) and Kendra Harrington. Photo by Kevin Hanson

Leading the way at Glow Martini Lounge are sisters-friends-business partners Randi Baker (left) and Kendra Harrington. Photo by Kevin Hanson

Customers Glow with drinks, food, entertainment

A relatively new martini lounge in Bonney Lake is now offering a live-entertainment series.

Editor’s note: A previous version of this article incorrectly reported Sunday brunches are offered from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. There are no brunches.

Looking to expand both their audience and offerings, owners at Glow Martini Lounge this week launched a musical series that will be bring live entertainment to the well-stocked venue.

It’s a family affair at Glow, where sisters (and best friends) Kendra Harrington and Randi Baker have joined forces. Rounding out the ownership group are their husbands Justin and Jameson, respectively.

The name is something of a misnomer, as Glow provides customers with much more than traditional martinis. A full bar allows for customer favorites along with a selection of craft cocktails. To satisfy other tastes, there’s a rotating selection of beers on tap as well as a varied selection of wines.

On the food side, Glow boasts fresh and locally-sourced ingredients. The menu ranges from panini and flatbread to soup, salad and bagel sandwiches.

The owners have aimed for something of an upscale environment while keeping a fun environment. Personal touches are found throughout.

Glow Martini Lounge is found in a busy part of Bonney Lake, not too many steps from Regal Cinemas. The address is 20631 SR 410 E., Suite 301. The business can be reached at 253-987-7020. Hours are 3 to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday.

More information can be found at www.glowmartinilounge.com.


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