Rock Creek Seafood & Spirits

Row 1

4300 Fremont Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 557-7532
Seafood, Cocktail
$ $ $
Mon–Sun: 4:00 PM–1:00 AM

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Foursquare Tips

  • A super newcomer to the brunch scene, RockCreek has been killing it on weekends with their scrambles, beet hash, bacon and oyster benedict, and pancakes. There's no line out the door...yet.
  • Former Toulouse Petit chef Eric Donnelly has given Seattleites what we've been waiting forexpertly prepared seafood in a space that's equal parts accessible and stunning. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Tables upstairs along the railing or booths against upstairs wall are best. Loved the fried smelt, white king salmon, and black cod with fried shallots. Skip dessert. Magnificent local seafood.
  • Amazing food, rich, fresh, and flavorful. Sweet service. Great brunch fills up early; reservations always needed.
  • I can only speak to the brunch, but based off that, the food here is quality. Try a Benedict or any scramble and enjoy the deliciousness. Don't forget the cocktail!
  • Nice brunch option in Fremont.
  • Love the outdoor deck, esp. with the fire pit at sunset. The spicy grilled octopus and bean salad, albacore crudo, and oysters (both raw and "Brock-a-fella") were great! Great variety of seafood opt!
  • Olive oil lemon cake is amazing.
  • The oyster stew is amazing!! So is the Hawaiian Ono and Neah Bay black cod. Get a cocktail to go with the meal. Love the decor and atmosphere. They have a patio too.
  • Razor Clam paradise! Excellent cuisine...
  • Place is awesome. Great spirits, even better food.
  • Wow, I can't say enough nice things about the food. I enjoyed the heritage apple, endive, Marcona almond w/ buttermilk dressing salad. We also had an amazing Wahoo preparation w/ a round of oysters!
  • Made the mistake of coming here for brunch so we didn't get to try the seafood tapas tired the crispy fried oyster po boy and oysters, both were good!
  • Everything here is amazing. Favorite dishes were: sturgeon entree, cod Provencal, grilled Norwegian mackerel, and octopus. Highly recommend starting with the summer vegetables too.
  • Calamari, seasonal fish, cocktails
  • Great setting and good seafoodAwesome brussle sprouts appetizer
  • Reservations are not a bad idea unless you don't mind sitting at the bar. Everything we had was terrific.
  • Mussel toast FTW.
  • Seafood-centric fare in an industrial setting, with an excellent black cod provencal available during both brunch and dinner.
  • They change their brunch menu frequently but the benedicts are always amazing!