Summer is here! Call now to reserve your spot for our Moroccan inspired Lamb and Rose dinner on July 13th. Weather permitting, stop by for a visit to our seasonal patio.  And don't forget, we also have happy hour Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays--offering deals on yummy tartines, cheese, great wine & other  'pick me ups'.  We will be seeing you soon.  xoxo

 

Boat Street Cafe will be closed on July 4th and 5th!

Boat Street Kitchen will be closed for lunch on July 4th but open for brunch on the 5th!

 

 

Hours & phone number

206.632.4602

Mon-Sun 10:30-2:30 (brunch and lunch)

Tues-Sat 5:00-10:00 pm(dinner)

Happy Hour Tuesday - Thursday 5-7pm

 

Interested in lunch, brunch, cooking classes or a private party? Check out www.boatstreetkitchen.com!

 

Congratulations to our fearless leader, Renee Erickson, and our pals over at our sister restaurant, THE WHALE WINS for their James Beard Nomination! 

 

 

 http://blogs.seattletimes.com/allyoucaneat/2014/03/18/seattle-chefs-authors-named-james-beard-finalists/

A Provençal sensibility inspires both food and space at the Boat Street Cafe. You'll eat simple, sturdy, luscious food-the food of French grandmothers made of the freshest ingredients mostly from local farmers. The room with its slate tables, mismatched chairs, and warm oak floors is bathed in the amiable glow of candlelight and cream-colored walls. Located adjacent to the Boat Street Kitchen.

 

 

We make delcious pickles.  Available at Boat Street of course and many other retailers in the area.  Check out our website for the closest place to you!

 


 

www.boatstreetpickles.com

 

3131 Western Ave # 301 Seattle, WA 98121

206.632.4602


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