The Brooklyn Seafood, Steak & Oyster House
Seattle, WA 98101
Seattle Weekly's Description
The Brooklyn's tripartite mission means it rarely leads the lists of Seattle's best steak, fish and oyster houses, which are invariably headed by specialists. And the resulting insecurity sometimes shows: Most of the steaks here are draped in sauces and butters, and pristine halibut is finished with lobster bisque. But The Brooklyn doesn't need the bells and whistles, as the customers who crowd its dining room know (nothing wrong with snagging a captain's chair at the kitchen bar when every table's taken.) The meat and fish are terrifically fresh, and service is excellent. The staff is admirably well-versed in oysters, which are available in paired beer and vodka flights.
Tips from foursquare
Happy hour is every day from 4:30-6:30 and you can get oysters for $1 each. Or a Caesar salad, chowder or two mini Kobe beef burgers. Surf and turf is the focus of the dinner menu.
Happy Hour at this pricey steakhouse is high-class and low-cost. Enjoy fabulous oysters for $1.25 each, over a dozen apps for $6 or less, and daily drink specials. Bar or patio only.
Voted Best Big Pimpin' Happy Hour in Best of Seattle 2010! Everything on the happy-hour menu costs $6 and under. So go ahead: Swill that cocktail and order the calamari and the steak sliders!
Happy hour 430-630 7 days a week
At the Brooklyn Seafood, Steak and Oyster House, the only problem you'll face is the number of options, but the Wild Alaskan Halibut is something special.
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