We know that you have many seafood restaurant choices in and around the Northwest corner of Washington. Our *unbiased* opinion is that we love The Oyster Bar above all, but in all fairness, it is important to highlight other restaurants in the area.
Here are two other local options:
Chuckanut Manor Seafood & Grill (currently closed for remodeling)
Chuckanut Manor Seafood & Grill is like a neighbor to us. They offer lunch and dinner options, though there are not as many choices as The Oyster Bar. One of its best dishes is the Cioppino. It is a mix of mussels, prawns, and scallops in a tomato-based broth.
The atmosphere is a beautiful one. Located on Chuckanut Bay, overlooking Dot Island, this restaurant was rebuilt after a fire burned it down back in 1948. It has been open for over 50 years and has remained a staple in the area. You will receive professional service as well.
The prices are pretty comparable between Chuckanut Manor Seafood & Grill and The Oyster Bar. You can expect dinner entrees to cost around $35 on average. Add a salad or soup for about $10 to $15 each. Ultimately, we believe our prices will match the experience, taste, and atmosphere of our restaurant.
The Old Edison has a lot of menu items to consider. They offer seafood like oysters, crab cakes, cod, and clams, to name a few. There are plenty of side orders, burgers, and sandwiches to try as well.
The Old Edison has more of a bar vibe than a sit-down restaurant. You can expect live music and a possible game of shuffleboard going on. There is even patio seating when the weather is nice. Comparatively, this experience is very different between than The Oyster Bar.
The prices at The Old Edison are lower than The Oyster Bar. But the overall experience is different. The oyster meals at The Old Edison are general less than $21.99, but even so, we believe our seafood and flavor experience will exceed your expectations.