The location may be different, but the fantastic food is still the same.
The Flying Fish, known for its fresh seafood and vibrant atmosphere, honors its reputation as a Seattle seafood trendsetter with each extraordinary plate. Written proudly in their easily navigable website, Christine Keff explains “When we first opened in 1995 no one here had heard of mong chong, opaka paka, monkfish liver or cod cheeks. Now some of those items are commonplace on menus around the city.” Well over a decade later, the Flying Fish continues on as a Seattle staple.
For information or reservations call, 206.728.8595.
Whether you are in the mood to sit in, or step behind the counter for classes from one of Seattle's most talented chef's, be sure to check out their new home on Westlake Avenue at the South end of Lake Union.
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What happens when a former VP for Martha Stewart Healthy Living, and a New York author band together to brave life on an upstate New York farm? Cheese magic.
The Beekman Boys form veritable works of art in the crafting of each one of their artisanal cheese's. This rare Italian-style semi-hard goat and cow milk cheese ages for 4 months coated in ash before finding its way to your door. This delectable indulgence makes for a wonderful conversation piece at any table.
Well worth the wait, and most definitely worth enjoying among the company of great friends and great wine - learn more about the Beekman Mansion and their products using this link.
Catch the fabulous Beekman Boys on Discovery's Planet Green each Wednesday 9/8 central.
Happy Fromage Farming!