Pier 57’s Salmon Cooker is open for an outdoor sit-down experience

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An open-air take-out window at Pier 57’s The Salmon Cooker introduces an enhanced takeout menu; The Seattle Great Wheel and sit-down restaurants at Seattle’s Pier 57 open for phase 2 with new guidelines. 

As Seattle moves toward both more frequent patio weather and the next phase of Washington’s Safe Start plan, Pier 57 Miners Landing opens The Seattle Great Wheel and two of its restaurants. Carefully following new guidelines and safety precautions, The Crab Pot and Fisherman’s Restaurant & Bar welcome customers to enjoy classic, fresh seafood and the iconic sea feasts, house made chowder and more. Seating is available on a first come, first served basis and available inside at 50 percent capacity and on the waterfront patios with social distancing enforced. Menus include popular seasonal selections like Fresh Alaskan Halibut and Copper River Salmon, while classics like Penn Cove Mussels, Fish & Chips and house made chowders are served up in classic and chef-driven preparations.

“Strolling the Seattle waterfront is a classic Seattle staple for any local’s summer bucket list, and fresh seafood with a view of Puget Sound is no doubt something that many have missed while staying home,” says Michael Griffith, director of operations for Great Western Pacific Inc., who owns and operates Pier 57. “Our family feels incredibly fortunate and grateful to be able to once again open our doors to share the freshest seafood and classic waterfront views with the city.”

The Salmon Cooker’s open-air walkup window will continue to serve a full menu of fish tacos, smoked to order steelhead, halibut, Copper River Salmon and more available for ordering at the open-air takeaway window or online, while the Alaskan Sourdough Bakery provides a take-out option for sandwiches and baked goods made fresh daily.  Providing gifts, toys and kitsch, Pirates Plunder is now open, adhering to the state’s guidelines for masking, sanitizing, and distancing.

Restaurants will operate under regular business hours: The Crab Pot, Fisherman’s Restaurant & Bar are open 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.; The Alaskan Sourdough Bakery is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cloth face coverings are required for entrance and for use while not seated at a dining table. Disposable masks are available for those in need. Pier 57 management works closely with its internal teams on detailed training procedures and is following public health and safety guidelines to ensure the safety of customers and employees.

About Miners Landing at Pier 57

Home to the iconic Seattle Great Wheel and a variety of Pacific Northwest experiences, Miners Landing is a waterfront destination for dining, shopping and entertainment. With four restaurants, carefully curated shops, one-of-a-kind rides and attractions, this one-stop destination provides a unique perspective on the history and future of Seattle and beyond. Its four restaurants, including The Crab Pot Restaurant and Bar, The Fisherman’s Restaurant and Bar, The Salmon Cooker (open for takeout) and The Alaskan Sourdough Bakery (open for take-out) feature freshly-caught, local seafood prepared by Chef Nick Novello and presented in a variety of formats ranging from quick serve or street-style to a traditional crab feed or refined waterfront dining. The Great Wheel and Wings Over Washington (both temporarily closed) provide a one-of-a-kind view of the region. The space features native wood carvings and historically-inspired décor that pay homage to the pier’s location, which played a significant role in the Seattle Gold Rush (1897-98). Miners Landing has been operated by the Griffith family since 1960 and owned by the family since 1980. Learn more at www.minerslanding.com and @minerslandingpier57 on Facebook and Instagram.

Written by Charles

Charles Koh founded EatSeattle, and has continued to use his expertise as editor-in-chief to guide the website’s growth over the last five years. Koh’s experience focuses on digital marketing and social media, and has been a part of several companies, some of which he created, specializing in both areas over the course of his career. Koh was previously with Google and Zagat where he helped expand and grow communities worldwide.

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