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A fast-paced, high-energy restaurant serving fresh Northwest seafood in casual and fun preparations. It's a perfect spot for the whole family, and is located adjacent to the Vashon ferry terminal, just below the Point Defiance Zoo. Twenty-foot high dormer windows provide an expansive 280° view of Vashon Island, Mount Rainier and local boating activity.More
Steakhouse and Sushi Located in Lincoln Square South Tower.
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We happily open bottles for $10 per person per 750ml bottle. There is a three bottle limit, and we request the wine you bring is not on our list.More
Cynthia’s Bistro located in Friday Harbor in the beautiful San Juan Islands. A convenient walk from the ferry landing, Cynthia’s Bistro is known for it’s innovative menu selections including a full espresso bar, fresh baked pastries, local and European wine selection as well as micro brews. Cynthia’s Bistro offers Brunch all day – enjoy an omelet at 1:00 in the afternoon or a great Bacon Butter Burger at 8:00 AM. Cynthia’s Bistro is housed in a renovated 1920’s home and is comfortable for small and large groups. A large deck seating 40 opens up in the warmer months and is surrounded by a beautiful garden interspersed with Plum and Apple Trees. LIve music is often being staged under the plum trees in the warm summer evenings when Cynthia’s Bistro offers a wonderful dinner menu.More
Harbor Lights is located on scenic Ruston Way, overlooking Commencement Bay in Tacoma. For over 50 years, Harbor Lights has become well known for serving colossal portions of seafood such as the four pound bucket of steamed clams. Harbor Lights was the dream of Anton Barcott, an immigrant from Yugoslavia. On January 26, 1959 Anton opened Harbor Lights among the lumber mills and shipyards along the waterfront. Anthony's Restaurants purchased Harbor Lights on April 29th, 2000 and warmly welcomes this landmark to the Anthony's family.More
Inspired by the Jamestown S’Klallam tribe’s immemorial connection to our local waterways and the bounty they provide, The House of Seven Brothers will feature locally-sourced seafood, produce, and protein from fisherman, farmers, and ranchers across the Olympic Peninsula. Serving fresh local seafood—some of which coming straight out of Sequim Bay—high-quality beef, and contemporary dishes prepared with our own unique twist. The House of Seven Brothers is inspired by a traditional Clallam story and is the next step in our continual effort to building the future while restoring the past.More
The iconic city tucked inside the Pacific northwest coast does see a lot of rain, but when the sun shines on Seattle, it dazzles. Don’t miss the chance to dine at one of the many waterfront restaurants serving oysters and Pacific-caught seafood. Take a stroll downtown and wander in and out of bookshops and bakeries. Arguably the birthplace of American coffee culture, there’s hardly a better place to enjoy leisurely lattes accompanied by hours of computing and the occasional pen and paper sketch.