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About Blueacre Seafood
Centrally located in downtown Seattle, Blueacre is the quintessential American seafood restaurant drawing upon the vast array of wild seafood available from the United States coastal waters as well as carefully chosen sustainably-farmed freshwater species, oysters, clams and mussels. Blueacre Seafood will feature a full-service oyster bar and in addition to all things aquatic, farm-fresh meat, game, poultry, vegetables and artisanal cheeses. Brushed nickel accents, rich wood panels and warm leather booths reflect Blueacre's American seafood heritage. Classic handmade cocktails are shaken in a comfortable bar, well stocked with American spirits, craft beers on tap and an all-American wine list. Blueacre is Seattle's downtown seafood destination.
Seattle, WA 98101
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 4:00pml; Dinner: Daily: 4:00pm - 10:00pm; Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 11:00am - 4:00pm
$31 to $50
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Free Parking in 1700 7th Avenue building after 5pm, or for 10 hours on the weekend, with validation.
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Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Blueacre Seafood has established itself as Seattle’s ultimate seafood experience. “Blueacre,” says Davis, “is our vision of responsible, approachable, amazing seafood. We are so excited about what we have to offer!”
Blueacre Seafood Ratings and Reviews
Disappointing meal. Fish and chips too greasy and unflavorful. Alaska razorback clam chowder starchy thick and where were the clams. No flavor. Bread was good. Salad dry with a horrible salad dressing that looked more like tartar sauce. Skipped the dressing. Overpriced and with a 20% tip built in to the price....a place to remember never to go back to.
NIce Friday night in Seattle, I arrived early and they was able to accommodate my early arrival. started with the Carb cocktail, then entree of the nights special Ivory King Salmon, with roasted almonds and cherries in a brown butter sauce. AMAZING. cooked Perfect.
The service was outstanding. Very prompt and on point. The food however, was another story. I ordered a Mahi Mahi entree which was described as a BBQ finish. Instead it was overdone, and onions overpowered the fish. The piece of fish that was thicker, where the fish could actually be tasted, was excellent, however the concept was poorly done.
First time here for dinner. We arrived early (6pm) and the place was quiet. we were able to get a last minute reservation so i was a little nervous but it's a big place. We had great service, fresh oysters (one of the reasons we chose the place). the menu had a great selection of salads, seafoods, and meats so something for everyone. I splurged and went for the lobster. Aside from the fact it was served on an absurdly large (probably a 24" diameter plate) it was wonderful. We shared the chocolate pecan pie for dessert. Servers were concerned we did not realize they automatically add 20% gratuity in Seattle because we added extra tip. we knew. they did a great job paying attention to us.
The ambience and decor were lovely, however, the same can't be said about the food. It's extremely overpriced for what it is and the server wasn't very knowledgeable. The courses came at different times and we were waiting on our drinks too long. Disappointing.... but it's in a good location for dining before you head to the theatre.
Wonderful meal starting with a variety of raw oysters followed by pickled herring served with sour cream with a touch of horseradish. There are many enticing main dishes but we elected a miso cod which was outstanding. Also a nice selection of wine and beers.
Tried this place during Restaurant week. We had the trout and the tuna. The fish was well prepared--the trout was not dry and the tuna was not overdone. Both were simply prepared and delicious. Our only gripe was that there was no vegetable served with the course but then it was a pared down Restaurant week offering for a low cost. Worth a visit.
Blueacre Seafood was recommended by several people when we asked for seafood recommendations in Seattle. The service was prompt and pleasant. The Thai mussels were tasty and the fish and chips quite good. Unfortunately, our raw oysters appetizer arrived at the same time as our entrees. When served, we were told that there had been a lot of oyster orders. Perhaps there could have been better coordination with the kitchen.
Excellent food for pre theater date night. Relaxing, quiet lots of options, very flavorful, the wait staff is wonderful, you can walk to the theater, and they have a 10 hour parking validation so you don't have to plan a super tight pre theater schedule. We were happy to be relaxed & enjoy a good meal.
Our party of 4 had the scallops and ahi dinners which were very good. Best sea scallops I have ever had. We also had the blue cheese, apple salad which was a nice fresh salad. We finished our meal with a brownie sundae. The brownie was more like a molten cake; very dark chocolate flavor which was delicious! Highly recommend this restaurant!
The food was very good, and what you would expect from the pricing.
The wait staff was a little overbearing, and despite being asked to bring out items in a certain order, brought out courses and crowded the table, leaving the entree to be eaten at a less than optimal temperature.
We were on our last night of a great vacation. Thought we were going to a nice restaurant based on other reviews. Our service was nonexistent almost, Water glasses were never refilled, nor were we asked if we'd like another glass/bottle of wine. A different server brought our check to us. I had used our trip to the PNW to get salmon at every chance and mine at the Blueacre was over cooked and very dry. It was just a disappointment all around. I would not recommend for any occasion.