When Anthony Bourdain visited Seattle on his show The Layover Season 2 Episode 10, he and his crew picked many restaurants. Here are all the addresses and the dishes showcased on The Layover Seattle, all in a convenient list:
At Seatown, Tony had Dungeness crab and Bloody Mary along
with his Fried Egg Sandwich. He suggested Nook as a breakfast option,
which he described as a “temple of biscuit worship”, but it shut its doors
DISH – Mortadella – Anthony Bourdain Seattle
WHAT IS IT?
Italian sausage of finely ground or hashed heat-cured pork.
Melrose Market is a collection of shops devoted to
hand-crafted, carefully selected, locally-made food. Here, Tony also sampled
some cheese varieties at The
Calf & Kid (closed in May 2016). As an option, he suggested Pike Place Market, one of the
oldest farmer’s markets in the United States. .
DISH – Raw Oysters, Fried Oysters, Coonstripe Prawn Crudo, and Steamed Clams – Anthony Bourdain Seattle
WHAT IS IT?
Raw Oysters –oysters in a half-shell on ice, served raw;
Fried Oysters – with cilantro aioli; Coonstripe Prawn Crudo – with charred
scallion, salsa verde, cucumber, topped with crispy-fried prawn shells; Steamed
Clams – with bacon, garlic, and cannellini beans.
The Walrus and The Carpenter is an oyster bar and casual
restaurant known for its seafood dishes. As an option, Tony suggested Le Pichet in Pike Place Market
for French classics like chicken liver terrine, charcuterie of Lyon-style
sausages, cured beef tongue, pork rillettes and country-style pâté, and grilled
DISH – Artichoke Tortellini, Roasted Muscovy Duck, Gleason Ranch Ribeye, and Iberico Pork Cheeks – Anthony Bourdain Seattle
WHAT IS IT?
Artichoke Tortellini – tortellini with artichoke stuffing; Roasted
Muscovy Duck – dry-aged for 14 days, roasted whole; Gleasan Ranch Ribeye –
cooked medium-rare; Iberico Pork Cheeks – with strawberry and fennel.
WHERE IS IT?
Canlis 2576 Aurora Ave N Seattle, WA, United States
THE LAYOVER SEATTLE NOTES
Aside from Canlis, Tony also suggested Sitka and Spruce (although he
did not visit it on this episode) for “insanely high quality
produce-driven dishes”. However, Sitka and Spruce closed in December 2019.
If both are too much for you, Tony suggested Quinn’s Pub and its Wild Boar
Tony described Rainer Restaurant and BBQ as a “shrine of Vietnamese home cooking”. For traditional Thai street food, he suggested Little Uncle, but it closed its doors for good in September 2019. For after-dinner drinks, Tony stopped by Shorty’s for a pint of Manny’s Pale Ale. He also suggested Sun Liquor Distillery, a bar that makes its own gin and vodka. However, it has been shuttered for good on June 25, 2017. For brown liquor, Tony suggested Canon.
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