How does a nine-course meal featuring star Pacific food ingredients, local wine and music, and a single nightly seating sound? At The Herbfarm, you can experience the epitome of Northwest Specialties. Each themed menu is completely unique, creating an entire dining experience like you've never had before. Seasonal rhythms and local harvests all guide the experience to help you go with the flow and celebrate the circle of life.
If you are looking for a nice place to take your date where you can dress up, enjoy a tasting menu and really savor some of the best local food in the Portland area, Paley's Place is a great choice. Whether you are craving oysters in a half shell, pommes frites or a bacon and cheddar burger, they have that, too.
Who doesn't love a nice chowder? Even if you're not into seafood (in Seattle? gasp!) a hearty bowl of corn chowder probably still sounds quite comforting. In Seattle, the place to go is Pike Place Chowder, home of awar-winning chowders and flavors for every taste. Love a good clam chowder, or a crab and oyster chowder? They've got it! They carry seafood bisque, market chowder, smoked salmon chowder and all kinds of varieties to tempt your taste buds.
When it comes to eating in Oregon, there are so many great places to choose from that you could make a bucket list featuring 365 restaurants and you'd still be adding to it long after the year is over. From farm fresh to table eateries to some of the best seafood in America, Oregon is home to some of the best dining establishments in the world, and it's hard to narrow it down to the best of the best.
Looking for a casual place to eat in the Pike Place Market that's comfortable yet delicious? Steelhead Diner is the place to go. Generous portions, creative recipes and classic seafood makes Steelhead one of Seattle's favorite restaurants. For a starter, the naughty clams are a must-try, as are the salmon cakes. The Alaskan Razor clam chowder is some of the best chowder you'll ever taste, and the sockeye salmon hash is not to be missed.