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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 Business Manager Jeremy Price and Developer Chad Dale to realize her long-time vision for an oyster...  Read More

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  • New and Popular Restaurants: "There is almost always a line at this walk-ins-only hot spot, so arrive early and be prepared to grab a leisurely drink or two in a nearby venue like Percy's, Hazlewood or The Gerald, which sometimes features pop-up menus (like Camp Firewood this past summer)."
  • Best Restaurants: "There is almost always a line at this walk-ins-only hot spot, so arrive early and be prepared to grab a leisurely drink or two in a nearby venue. (Tempting watering holes range from King's Hardware and the front bar at Sunset Tavern to cocktail hubs like The Gerald.)"
  • Romantic Dining, Seafood: "There is almost always a line at this walk-ins-only hot spot, so arrive early and be prepared to grab a leisurely drink or two in a nearby venue."
  • 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.
  • Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: The Walrus and the Carpenter blends the elegance of France with the casual comfort of a local fishing pub in a charming Old Ballard space.
  • 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.
  • 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.

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