About Blueacre Seafood
Centrally located in downtown Seattle, Blueacre is the quintessential American seafood restaurant drawing upon the vast array of wild seafood available from the United States coastal waters as well as carefully chosen sustainably-farmed freshwater species, oysters, clams and mussels. Blueacre Seafood will feature a full-service oyster bar and in addition to all things aquatic, farm-fresh meat, game, poultry, vegetables and artisanal cheeses. Brushed nickel accents, rich wood panels and warm leather booths reflect Blueacre's American seafood heritage. Classic handmade cocktails are shaken in a comfortable bar, well stocked with American spirits, craft beers on tap and an all-American wine list. Blueacre is Seattle's downtown seafood destination.
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 4:00pml; Dinner: Daily: 4:00pm - 10:00pm; Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 11:00am - 4:00pm
$31 to $50
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Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Blueacre Seafood has established itself as Seattle’s ultimate seafood experience. “Blueacre,” says Davis, “is our vision of responsible, approachable, amazing seafood. We are so excited about what we have to offer!”
Blueacre Seafood Ratings and Reviews
I was a bit disappointed after reading a ...
I was a bit disappointed after reading all good reviews from this site. The food was nothing special and the wine list overpriced. On top of that the 20% charged in the bill removed the sweetness of the dessert, which would be the only highlight of the dinner. There are better choice in Seattle!
The oysters were out of this world delic ...
The oysters were out of this world delicious. The black code divine. A definite repeat visit is a must.
We were in Seattle and had the night free. We couldn't find any of the "notable" restaurants so we took a chance with Blueacre. What a wonderful restaurant. We got all we wanted plus more. The entire staff was great, wine was great and the food was better than great! I had the Sea Bass which was fantastic but my date had the Black Cod which was absolutely fabulous!! I have been telling all my friends about this place. Now, I'm telling you. Go there. If you don't love it, something is wrong with you.
Always wonderful. Had the copper river s ...
Always wonderful. Had the copper river sampler. Excellent Both outstanding but my vote goes to the king☺️🐟👏🏻
Too expensive for the quality
Such a cool place, I love the colors and layout. service wast fast and considerate...but the price was very expensive for what I would consider a mediocre meal. I probably won't go back.
Everything was excellent
I brought my in-laws here while they were in town. They raved about the delicious food & great service for the rest of their trip! Definitely get the crab tater tots.
Great all around experience from service to food!
Our server, William, was fantastic. We are from the East Coast (NJ) so William took us through the menu and explained the dishes and what was in season. His recommendations were spot on. He even suggested a wine for my fiance, which she enjoyed. He was very attentive throughout the night and made it an enjoyable evening. The food was excellent as well. Started off with the tots. Had King Crab legs and the halibut as entrees. We made sure to save room for the chocolate pecan cake - per William's suggestion, and we were glad that we did!
Very fresh and inventive seafood. Oyste ...
Very fresh and inventive seafood. Oysters were fantastic - wide selection. Fish was all very good. I sampled 3 different dishes from friends at the table and enjoyed all of them. Service was very good.
A little pricey for what you get. $43 fo ...
A little pricey for what you get. $43 for 4 scallops is not what I expected. On vacation so doubt we will eat here in the future.
Great seafood - we will definitely be ba ...
Great seafood - we will definitely be back
Good location, limited outdoor seating b ...
Good location, limited outdoor seating but it is available. Service was good
A group of nine all ordered different di ...
A group of nine all ordered different dishes. Each raved to their neighbors how their dinner was best. Great time. Talked for hours and relaxed.
Food is amazing, fresh and flavorful! Lo ...
Food is amazing, fresh and flavorful! Love the Calamari and cioppino.
Fantastic food and service!
Fantastic food and service!
Have been to Blueacre several times. Co ...
Have been to Blueacre several times. Consistently good. Fish is fresh and well prepared. Prices are a bit more reasonable than some of the other fish restaurants (not paying extra to be on the waterfront). This last visit, I had the salmon. Was good, would suggest sliced almonds rather than whole ones. My partner had the arctic char and enjoyed it, she loves artichoke hearts and olives. Our friends has the 3 course menu with the rockfish which they both enjoyed. Since Blueacre is close to the Paramount it's a good dining choice before a show.
King salmon with bourbon-soaked cherries!
Our meals were both out of this world (king salmon with bourbon-soaked cherries and hickory-smoked almonds!!). Truly outstanding! But when you upgraded our wine because the wine we had chosen was unavailable, we put this restaurant into our list of all time top tier world-wide! Highly recommend!
Like an Aquarium
Had a business lunch with an associate and we met at Blueacre as I had been there before. Her first words on walking into the restaurant was, "It like being in an aquarium." The food was delicious as always and the noise level perfect for easy business conversations...the only interruption in the conversations was the delicious food. A real Downtown gem.
Not a Great Experience
I was attending a conference in downtown Seattle and I had made reservations one month in advance for a business dinner, entertaining guest from out of the country. When we arrived, they seated us at the very corner next to the kitchen, since the restaurant was mostly blocked off for another private party. Everyone else was also crammed into tight quarters. The sound of the kitchen sorting silverware was annoying. When I asked for a better table, they said that the booth where they were seating us was the only choice. The food was also only OK, not great. I expected more from a pricey restaurant in Seattle, and unfortunately it did not meet our expectations.
Always a Top 3 to dine in Seattle.
Always a Top 3 to dine in Seattle.
A great find.
Found the restaurant quite by accident, recommended by the valet at a hotel when we asked him what had happened to a different restaurant that we were looking for and thought was close by. We were told it had closed two years ago but if we wanted a seafood restaurant we would surely like the Blueacre. We did. And I was sufficiently impressed to take my son there the next night. Specially enjoyed the cioppino.
Had to wait 45 min to be seated when we ...
Had to wait 45 min to be seated when we had a reservation and were on time. Onky once did a host say anythimg and then it was in the first 10 minutes "we are getting things set up". Nithing more. Then our first two wine selections from the wine list not available. Food was just okay. Very noisy. Waiters not very friendly. No reason to go back.
Dinner before the theatre
Excellent location, proximity to the theatres. Good, open ambiance. Friendly staff. Good seafood.
Wonderful, creative menu choices for thi ...
Wonderful, creative menu choices for this gluten-free pescatarian.... It was also a pleasant surprise to find a Sazerac on the specialty cocktail list. Will definitely be back.
Clam chowder was very heavy, and not lik ...
Clam chowder was very heavy, and not like the northeastern versions of the dish. My mom didn't care for her herring appetizer either. However the fish I had was pan-fried perfectly and seasoned well and not overly oily. Service was good and the place itself looked pleasant. Located right in the middle of things.
Fabulous food and service under an hour!
Really enjoyed the lunch. The food was fabulous, but more importantly, our server was fast, attentive, and knowledgeable about the menu and specials. I would definitely recommend this restaurant if you're looking for good food under a strict lunch hour crunch. The food's a little pricey but comparable for downtown Seattle.
Ignored by hostess!
Jeez , I don't know why the hostess completely ignored me when I arrived? She then assisted the next person who had arrived after I had. I felt invisible!!!! Really? I mean no eye contact, no acknowledgement, just blew me off. The other host showed up after she walked away and did show me a table.
Great Seattle Restaurant!
Blueacre is a wonderful restaurant with great food and service. I always have dinner there when I'm in Seattle. The Oysters are good, the crab and shrimp tater tots are wonderful. The best salmon I have ever eaten throughout the U.S. Great atmosphere, Great service and Great food.
Only both of us dined in and they charge ...
Only both of us dined in and they charged an automatic 20% gratuity with such a measly service? Not cool
Incredible creative and extraordinary me ...
Incredible creative and extraordinary menu
Entrees "10" appetizers "3"
Our group of 4 women took advantage of the $30 dining special of 3 courses. The salad entree was predressed and limp; lumpia had unidentifiable tastes and nothing to recommend it, and the octopus ceviche was bland. The deserts were not high quality -- chocolate pecan pie hardly tasted of chocolate. But the entrees were excellent -- especially the lingcod which was a large, perfectly done piece set on a coulis, and the prawns.
Awesome Oysters, hush puppies were divin ...
Awesome Oysters, hush puppies were divine. Really great food. We will be back.
Great food but getting very expensive
We have been eating at blueacre for years. Most recent visit in April 2016, base prices seemed higher in addition to the 20% service fee. We typically tip at 20% or better but the bill seemed at least 25% higher than out typical visit including tip
This is a great happy hour place to go e ...
This is a great happy hour place to go especially if the time change has you off schedule. Oysters, drinks and desert were all very good
Ok food and service
I did not like the 20 percent automatice service charge added to the bill.
Great service and seafood
Great seafood that was both fresh and tasty coupled with good service. Large space.
Always in love with Blueacre.
Best quality of foods and service, whether you order tons or jsut a quick snack. they never disappoint.
In from LA for the weekend.....food and wine was so good we came back again the next evening. Nice ambience and seafood second to none.....worth visiting again and again.
Always a winner!
My husband and I love to take advantage of the free parking and quiet atmosphere on the weekends for brunch/lunch at Blueacre. You will not find better seafood anywhere else! There are a number of delicious options on this menu at reasonable prices, the food is always fresh, delicious, well-prepared, and artfully presented. The setting is very comfortable and stylish and the staff and service are exceptional! Our "dates" here always leave us well satisfied and smiling. This is a classy, quality, and fun operation!
Blueacre serves up sustainably sourced and perfectly prepared seafood. I return every year for my birthday and have yet to be disappointed. The food is delicious, the wine list delightful, and the service superb. Highly recommend.
The ahi poke was great. Good seasoning ...
The ahi poke was great. Good seasoning with just a hit of spice. Kushi, kumomoto, and shudoku oysters where fantastic with 3 accompanyments. Only reason it isn't 5 stars across the board was a glass that still had soap in it was used to serve one drink. Will defiantly go back
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