Frank's Oyster House & Champagne Parlor

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2616 NE 55th St (Btw 26th & 27th Ave NE)
Seattle, WA 98105
(206) 525-0220
Seafood, American
$ $
Tue–Fri: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM Sat–Sun: 10:00 AM–2:30 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Try the Goat Cheese Deviled Eggs! Nom, Nom, Nom!
  • The fried chicken is amaziiiing!
  • Sarah and Felix Penn pay homage to dear old granddad in Ravennas retro steakhouse.
  • You really must try the ______ its delicious
  • Get the zeppole to commence your brunch experience.
  • Great happy hour. Oysters come on a slab of ice.
  • Brunch is great. Extra tasty fried chicken & waffles. The biscuits in the biscuits & gravy are in the running for best biscuits, ever.
  • Dishes up respectful riffs on American classics in a romantic homage to East Coast oyster houses of yore. It helps to arrive before happy hour ends. Until 6:30, small plates are $2 off.
  • High class drinks, great oysters and old-school top-notch service. The buttermilk fried chicken is excellent.
  • A classic with the best burger in Seattle (mark my words).
  • LL: "A great place for happy hour"
  • Great service and great food. Loved the mini lobster rolls!
  • Great Oyster happy hour and deals and great craft cocktails. Get there early for a seat at 500 on Fridays.
  • Great place for brunch. Biscuits are flaky and buttery and all kinds of delicious. Be sure and try their bacon, too.
  • On the dinner menu you can't go wrong with either the fried chicken or burger. For brunch try whatever the special is- consistently excellent. And have a Pisco Sour to make your brunch complete.
  • The bartender made some great drinks, not on the menu. Highly recommend her!!
  • Goat cheese deviled eggs are to die for. Get them, you won't regret it.
  • Now open for brunch Sat and Sun 10-2. So good!!!
  • excellent wine list and a few changes to an excellent haapy hour menu. portions are generous: consider splitting and save room for sweets.
  • Banana split is stupid good.