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September 1, 2009
February 17, 2005
From journal Sojourn Seattle
May 8, 2004
Make sure that you take some time to walk down and visit the first Starbucks.
From journal Seattle in all its glory!!
by Coach Dad
March 16, 2003
Elliott’s has a nice selection of draft beers. I like Guinness, so I had a black and tan. I also tried a couple of local brews. The "Fat Tire Amber" wasn’t bad, but the "Alaskan Amber" was a little too hoppy for my taste.
When you enter Elliott’s, you can’t miss the 20-foot oyster bar. It is filled to capacity with over 30 different varieties of oysters. I ordered the Kumamoto oyster. They oysters came with a fruity crushed-ice topping that I did not care much for. I asked for old-fashioned cocktail sauce. They were very fresh and flavorful. If you are an oyster lover, you have to visit Elliott’s Oyster House.
For my entrée, I had the Prawn Scampi. It was absolutely fabulous. This was no ordinary scampi. Besides the normal garlic butter sauce, there was the addition of a light crab sauce. One of my friends is not a seafood lover. Instead, he ordered the Top Sirloin. From the looks of things, it must have been pretty good. Another friend had the Beer Batter Fish and Chips. I tried of piece of the deep-fried halibut. It was great. By now we were all pretty full. A nice after dinner stroll up the waterfront was the perfect way to walk it off.
Elliott’s Oyster House is located at Pier 56 on the Seattle waterfront.
From journal Super Time in Seattle