We were staying at the Fairmont Olympic at the end of a three week holiday driving across the Canadian Rockies, "doing" the Alaska Cruise, and then returning to Seattle after many years away - although it was me who had been before, my wife hadn't, but she fell in love with it just as I had all... read more
Boasting the beautifully carved oak paneling and unique tin ceiling of...
Boasting the beautifully carved oak paneling and unique tin ceiling of the haberdashery it once was in the 1930's, Shuckers is one of Seattle's oldest and most pre-eminent oyster bars. With a daily menu featuring a selection of fresh fish and seafood, Shuckers brims with 13 different kinds of oysters prepared nine different ways and features local artisan microbrews.
The Zagat 2005 Restaurant Survey coins Shuckers as a 'Seattle classic' that is one of the 'best seafood restaurants in town' with 'great ambiance' and 'excellent service.'