Fall is upon us, and our menu continues to change with the seasons.  Come for ribeye with rose petal harissa, sprat tartines, or the last of late summer's hierloom tomatoes.  


As Renee's book, A Boat, A Whale, and A Walrus, was just released, we are selling signed copies for forty dollars each. Beyond a simple collection of recipes, each page is a narrative celebration of both love and sustenance; we are all very proud.



For those of you interested in our annual Normandy Dinner, this year, we are celebrating together come January.  The exact date is forthcoming, and we appreciate your anticipation and inquiries. 


A Provençal sensibility inspires both food and space at the Boat Street Cafe, Renee Erickson's first restaurant. Simple, sturdy, and rich plates inspired by the freshest ingredients the Pacific Northwest bounty promises each season are executed by the head and heart of artist Jay Guerrero, Chef de Cuisine hailing from Prune in New York City.  A slightly subterranean location lends itself to particular ambience; slate, warm oak floors, and the whimsical glow of lanterns welcomes you to a meal that, should you allow yourself, transports you.  

We are located on Denny and Western, adjacent to the Boat Street Kitchen.



Tuesday through Saturday, five to ten p.m.

Happy Hour, Tuesday through Thursday, five to seven p.m.




3131 Western Avenue #301

Seattle, WA 98121


For further information regarding lunch and brunch, and classes or private events at The Boatstreet Kitchen, please visit www.boatstreetkitchen.com.


To order our pickles, please visit www.boatstreetpickles.com, or visit select retailers.

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