The Pacific Northwest may be known for a lot of things (tech, airplanes, Bill Gates) but for me, it's the seafood that rates highest and oysters are at the top of the heap.
This popular waterfront oyster house celebrates the bivalve like no other with its annual Oyster New Year fete. Truth be told, they celebrate the fruits of the sea all year long with the freshest takes in oysters, crabs, prawns and wild salmon.
Oysters get top billing at this sleek, yet cozy spot - and for good reason. Get there early before the joint fills up to enjoy Happy Hour prices as well as some coveted elbow room.
Tasty cocktails, plates of french-inspired fare and a room that is a visual treat - that's what keeps me coming back to Bastille. Grab a seat under the Paris Metro clock and start your night (or afternoon) off right with a glass of bubbly and a dozen oysters.
No need to drive the Chuckanut to get your hands on some of the best oysters in the region. A quick trip to Taylor's welcoming digs on Capitol Hill should satisfy all of your shellfish cravings. Oh yes, and they've recently started selling wine too for that prefect pairing.
Two things you’re guaranteed at a Renee Erickson restaurant: stylish digs and delicious food. Erickson's latest enterprise, The Whale Wins, delivers on both. Enjoy lunch or dinner in the dining room or cozy up to the Pac Northwest elements in the garden patio. The ‘Whale Call Happy Hour’ serves up tasty deals like sardines, curried tomato paste & shaved fennel resting on top of grilled toast.
The name says it all...Epic. The last time I stopped by, the good folks at Epic Ales were pulling some newly created brews for happy hour and serving up freshly smoked oysters at the bar. Inventive beer with food to match makes this SODO joint hop.