Taylor Shellish Oyster Bar opens in Seattle's Pioneer Square
SEAFOODNEWS.COM [SCOM] - August 15, 2014 -
Taylor Shellfish has opened its latest oyster bar in Seattle's busy Pioneer Square.
Nearly every menu item features fresh shellfish straight from Taylor's farms according to Jeff Pearson, Executive Manager at Taylor Shellfish Farms.
“The only oysters fresher are still in the bay,” he said.
Just steps away from Century Link and Safeco Field, the menu will also provide a great snack or meal for hungry sports fans before and during games. New to the menu is the popular Belgian dish moules-frites and a classic oyster po’ boy.
The Pioneer Square Oyster Bar joins Taylor Shellfish Farm’s two current Seattle locations. Melrose Oyster Bar and Shellfish Market on Capitol Hill.
Taylor Shellfish farms shellfish on 10,000 acres of owned and leased tideland in the Puget Sound, Hood Canal and Willapa Bay, Washington. The company produces Manila clams, Mediterranean mussels, geoduck, and a variety of live, shucked and frozen oysters for local, national and international markets.
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