Second Annual Bristol Bay Salmon Week to Take Place at Nearly 50 Restaurants Throughout Puget Sound 

Nearly 50 of the Puget Sound’s best restaurants will participate in the second annual Bristol Bay Salmon Week Salmon Week from November 6-12. Sockeye salmon fans will have the opportunity to try exclusive dishes featuring one of Alaska’s most delicious and sustainable fish at restaurants like Homer, Local Tide, Walrus and Carpenter, Sushi Kappo Tamura, LTD. Edition Sushi and more in Seattle, Harry’s Beach House in West Seattle, The Lakehouse and Serious Pie on the eastside and Bar Dojo in Edmonds, to name a few. 

Bristol Bay, Alaska, is the largest source of wild sockeye on the planet with record-breaking harvests for the last few years. Bristol Bay Salmon Week gives seafood enthusiasts and foodies alike the opportunity to enjoy this extraordinary fish while celebrating the thousands of fishermen and industry that help bring it from sea to table.  

Top restaurants throughout Seattle, West Seattle and the Eastside will be offering one-of-a-kind dishes featuring wild sockeye, including: 

  • Barolo 
  • Bar Dojo (Edmonds) 
  • Bristol Bay Wild Market at the Climate Pledge Arena 
  • Casia Lodge (Twisp, WA) 
  • Cinque Terre Ristorante 
  • Copine 
  • East Anchor Seafood 
  • Fire & The Feast 
  • Harry’s Beach House (West Seattle) 
  • Hatback Bar & Grille 
  • Highliner Public House 
  • Local Tide 
  • Lola 
  • Ltd. Edition Sushi 
  • Market (Edmonds and Seattle locations) 
  • Old Stove Brewing  
  • Old Stove Gardens 
  • Pasta Casalinga 
  • Ray’s Boathouse 
  • Restaurant Homer 
  • Salt & Iron (Edmonds) 
  • Seatown Rubshack & Fish Fry 
  • Serious Pie (Ballard, Kirkland, Downtown locations) 
  • Sushi Kappo Tamura 
  • The Carlile Room 
  • The Crab Pot (Seattle) 
  • The Fisherman’s Restaurant & Bar 
  • The Lakehouse (Bellevue) 
  • The Salmon Cooker 
  • The Walrus And The Carpenter 
  • The Whale Wins 
  • Westward 
  • Wildfin American Grill (Issaquah, Tacoma, Renton locations) 

Bristol Bay’s thriving wild sockeye salmon population is a testament to Alaska’s responsible fisheries management practices. Alaska is the only state with sustainability built into its constitution and each season, only as much fish is harvested as the environment can handle – ensuring high-quality seafood for generations to come. Alaska fisheries, including Bristol Bay, serve as a model for sustainability for the rest of the world.   

To celebrate the week, Seattle’s great wheel will glow red in honor of the ruby hue of Bristol Bay Sockeye Salmon. Bristol Bay Sockeye Salmon is also the official Alaska seafood of the Seattle Kraken and fans can try a variety of dishes at Bristol Bay Wild Market at the Climate Pledge Arena. For more information on Bristol Bay Sockeye Salmon, and a complete list of participating Seattle Sockeye Salmon Week restaurants, visit

To participate, simply visit one of the restaurants, order one of the exclusive sockeye creations and join the conversation using #BristolBaySockeyeSalmonWeek.  

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