Elliott’s Oyster House is celebrating their 28th Annual Oyster New Year—with some changes to accommodate for the pandemic […]
Over 1,000 attendees filled Pier 56 for Elliott’s 2019 Oyster New Year last Saturday, November 2nd.
This annual charity event benefits the Puget Sound Restoration Fund (PSRF), a non-profit organization dedicated to restoring the Sound’s water quality and native marine species and their habitats.
A Seattle institution gets savvy with BroVo Spirits’ “lady-made” liquor.
Brainstorming dream life decisions over cocktails is a favorite pastime of mine. The mixing of fantasy and booze usually results in a heady concoction. In the instance of Mhairi Voelsgen and Erin Brophy, founders of broVo Spirits, the idea of leaving the
Enjoy Pacific Northwest oysters and sustainable seafood at this iconic waterfront destination.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Elliott’s Oyster House, an iconic establishment on the Seattle waterfront since 1975. Elliott’s has earned a national repuation for seafood specialties such as sustainable Dungeness crab, wild salmon, Alaskan halibut, and Pacific Northwest shellfish – including their star attraction, oysters.