Events & News
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Easter Brunch Celebration
Enjoy an Easter celebration with our special brunch menu and stunning waterfront views of Elliott Bay!
Join us for a unique and interactive oyster experience hosted by Executive Chef Robert Spaulding! Learn to shuck oysters or hone your skills while enjoying a specialty cocktail paired with oysters.
Oyster New Year
Thank you for joining us for our 29th Annual Oyster New Year! This sell-out event is the most sought-after oyster celebration on the West Coast, featuring local seafood treasures and wineries.
$100 Gift Card Bonus!
For every $500 you spend, you will receive an additional $100 promotional card – our gift to you.
Your Safety is our Top Priority
We are learning new information daily and will continue to share updates here. Please know that your Health & Safety has and always will be our top priority.
Elliott’s At Home
We are here for you. What we all need right now is a little comfort, food, and plenty of wine. In an effort to best serve our community and employees, you now have the opportunity to enjoy the Elliott’s Oyster House and Metropolitan Grill experience in the comfort of your home. Our two restaurants have partnered to create a collaborative menu for guests. Our fully prepared oven-ready meals are delivered fresh to your doorstep.
Local champion shows how to shuck an oyster
The Seattle Times | To some people, it's just plain old happy hour at Elliott's Oyster House. To sous chef Jorge Hernandez, it's time for championship-style shucking.
We strive to do everything we can to care for the planet—from serving wild, and sustainable seafood to supporting organizations that are dedicated to the well-being of the environment. Learn about the sustainability efforts and the groups we actively support.
Our historic home. Pier 56 started out as Arlington Dock in the late 1800s. Built and owned by a retired ship captain, the dock was destroyed in the Great Seattle Fire of 1889.