Is there anything nicer than sitting outdoors, dining al fresco on a warm, sunny spring evening? In Seattle? In April?
That's right--warm, sunny, April, Seattle. All in the same sentence. Hard to imagine, but it occasionally happens.
And we happened to be at Duke's Chowder House at Kent Station when it occurred.
We started off sampling several of the numerous micro-brews on tap, making our selection after listening to the descriptions from our friendly and outgoing waitress. She was a hoot!
A micro-loaf of warm bread with honey-flavored butter accompanied the micro-brews.
The food menu, like the brew list, is quite lengthy and offers some unique takes on seafood.
This is not your daddy's Ivar's and if you forget that, you'll be jerked back to reality when the tab arrives.
This is not to say Duke's is overly expensive (it's not exactly Canlis either) but it's a bit on the pricey side.
We had two brews each; one basket of bread; three crab 'sliders' and a bowl of chowder for me and blackened salmon on pasta for the BH.
The cost was $69 before gratuity.
The weather alone, was worth half the cost!
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