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Beautifully plated, contemporary fare is the talking point at The Brooklyn. Almost always buzzing with food lovers, it features sumptuous preparations of steak and seafood, served in a sophisticated yet warm environment. Scallops with Foie Gras, Steak Tartare and Oysters Rockefeller are some of the divine dishes on the ever-evolving menu. To complement the same, choose from a host of microbrews and cocktails - Holier Than Thou and Chrysanthemum being popular choices. If you're in the mood for something light, head to the oyster bar and sample one of 13 varieties, primarily from Washington and the Pacific Northwest, for a melt-in-your mouth moment like no other.
Elliott's Oyster House is the place to taste oysters with friends over cocktails on the popular patio. The menu also features excellent shellfish from nearby waters and other seafood dishes including chowder, mussels, clams, salmon, crab and more. For those not so fond of seafood, pasta and meat dishes are available as well. This is a popular spot, and reservations are highly recommended.
Located in downtown Seattle and within walking distance of the waterfront, Blueacre offers all things seafood. Specializing in oysters, clams and mussels, other seafood options here include seared Alaskan Weathervane Scallops, Red Chilipoint Judith Squid, and Oysters Casbarian. Meat lovers and vegetarians aren't left out however, and can choose from dishes like the Slow Braised Oxtail Bolognese, Double Ranch Beef Tenderloin and Pan Roasted Jumbo Asparagus. Be sure to take advantage of the extensive wine list and bar.
Deep red walls, funky art, fantastic food and a wine bar balcony make this downtown restaurant a local favorite. Chef/owner Tom Douglas, who also owns Etta's Seafood and Palace Kitchen, spares nothing to make the most interesting, flavorful, beautifully presented dishes. For appetizers, try the Scallion potstickers and Penn Cove Manila clams. Entrees feature numerous seafood selections and wood-grilled meats. Do not skip dessert. Douglas is renowned in Seattle for his coconut cream pie with white chocolate. Dinner is served from 5p to 10p from Monday to Saturday, and 5p to 9p on Sundays.
Located in the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle, this lovely seafood restaurant lies in close proximity to the Pike Place Market. Specializing in serving seafood delicacies, the restaurant focuses on a contemporary American menu, which is served with much loved and warmth. Moderate prices, unpretentious ambiance, friendly service, and above all, some lip-smacking food, is what you can expect here. This charming little place also sells fresh fish and seafood, which you can take back home, to prepare delicious meals. Of all their delectable preparations, the Gulf Shrimp Cocktail, smoked mussels and Albacore Tuna Poke stand-out on flavors and presentation. Drop by for a casual meal, with friends or family, and enjoy the overwhelming freshness of sea.
One of Tom Douglas' three booming restaurants, the other two being Dahlia Lounge and Palace Kitchen, this fashionable restaurant called Etta's Seafood is a popular place to relax after strolling through Pike Place Market. Dark wood, brightly colored walls and large windows accent the space offering a magnificent view of the Elliot Bay and is excellent for people watching. Outdoor dining is possible in the private courtyard if the weather is nice. Locals and tourists swarm here for seafood dishes such as fish-and-chips with red cabbage slaw, broiled deep-sea scallops, and steamed lobster. Be sure to leave room for one of Tom's renowned desserts. The restaurant also has a full bar.
It's hard to believe that this little corner eatery serves some of Seattle's best sushi. But then, considering chef Shiro Kashiba's formidable reputation of having served important Japanese delegates and ministers, it's not really surprising. Starting off in the city with the now popular Nikko restaurant, he installed himself and his considerable talents in this simple but elegant Belltown storefront in 1994. Turning out crisp cuts of fish and hand rolls with as much flourish as food, Shiro's is renowned for innovative adaptations of local seafood in sushi. The chef's-choice Sushi Dinner covers the basics but it's also rewarding to sample from the sushi list. The restaurant serves sake, beer and wine.
Aqua is an attractive dining option for everyone, as here you can enjoy the picturesque sights of Seattle's Elliot Bay while tucking into the sumptuous seafood on offer. The experience perfected by signature cocktails including Aqua's take on the Mojito. So sit back, relax, soak in the setting sun with cool drinks and good food.
As you enter this seafood restaurant, you walk onto a suspended bridge with iron railings. Starfish, crayfish and other marine life swim up to greet you. Lights dot the high ceiling for a starry quality. Blown glass hangs delicately from the ceiling to complement the warm, upscale Polynesian-style surroundings. Seafood specialties include Opah (a Hawaiian fish also known as Moonfish), served with a papaya, mango and pepper salsa, and apple-wood-grilled Hebi (Spearfish). More standard dishes include Ellensburg Lamb and New York Steak. The view of downtown Seattle is hard to beat.
A chic restaurant, Rock Creek is set up in a contemporary space, keeping in mind the modern customers taste. Brightly-lit, the restaurant has a huge space, both indoors and outdoors. Located in Freemont, this trendy little place has become quite famous among the locals and foodies of Seattle. Bacon & oyster benedict, dungeness crab chili relleno and ham & white cheddar scramble are some of the stand-outs on their refreshing menu. A decent list of wines, cocktails and other beverages are available to complement the order of your choice. Private events like parties, corporate dinners and luncheons can also be held at Rock Creek. Call ahead for details.
Chinook's at Salmon Bay is a seafood restaurant which will seduce you with its fresh and wide range of seafood dishes. The chefs at Chinook's use the most uncontaminated, chemical-free sea cuisine to prepare delicacies that you'll dream about for days long after the meal. Gorge on your seafood platter while viewing a fleet of fishing vessels, floating idly on the azure waters. The fresh grilled Idaho trout, the seafood fettuccine, the crab-cakes and the clam chowder will give you a fair idea of what good seafood truly is. So enjoy your lunch with family and friends and have a wonderfully great time in each others company.
The comfortable and casual air of The Walrus and the Carpenter is guaranteed to woo diners who visit here for some tasty seafood treats. Inspired by a poem by the same name, written by Lewis Carrol, the restaurant is most regarded for oysters which are the chief preparations here. Other seafood like scallops, octopus and fish are freshly acquired from the sea and presented with fine flavor and spices that weave magic on the taste buds.