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The Walrus and the Carpenter

Cuisine: Seafood



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Award-winning Chef Renee Erickson (The Whale Wins, Bateau, Barnacle, Bar Melusine) partnered with others from her trusted team to realize her longtime vision for an oyster bar. It makes perfect sense...  Read More

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  • Seafood: "There is nearly always a line at this walk-ins hot spot, so arrive early and be prepared to perhaps grab a leisurely drink in a nearby venue like Little Tin Goods & Apothecary Cabinet, Percy's & Co., Macleod's Scottish Pub or The Gerald."
  • Best Restaurants, New and Popular Restaurants: "Enjoy happy hour Mondays through Thursdays from 4 to 5 p.m."
  • Romantic Dining: "Before or after your meal, grab a leisurely drink or two at on-site Barnacle or in a nearby venue like Percy's & Co., The Noble Fir or Conor Byrne Pub for a casual pint."
  • Best for Seafood Because: Award-winning Chef Renee Erickson delights at this buzzing spot that perfectly blends the elegance of France with the casual comfort of a local fishing pub.
  • Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: Chef Renee Erickson continuously lures loyal fans to this welcoming and delicious Ballard gem, an absolute must on any Seattle culinary list.
  • Best for New and Popular Restaurants Because: Although not a new hot spot, Chef Renee Erickson continuously lures loyal fans to this Ballard gem, an absolute must on any Seattle culinary list.
  • Best for Romantic Dining Because: Head to Ballard and settle into one of Seattle's most delicious and popular restaurants: The Walrus and Carpenter, owned by award-winning Chef Renee Erickson.

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