Sunday, October 25, 2020
Please be aware that our reservations and take-out orders
are selling out rapidly! We highly recommend that you book a table
now and all take out orders should be made 24 hours in advance, if possible! Due to how busy we have gotten, we will no longer be able to provide takeout dinner on Wednesdays. Thank you so much for the
outpouring of support! Our apologies to anyone that hasn't been able
to get in this week!
Dear Lovely Boat Streeters,
It is a beautiful autumn day, but I find myself wishing for rain as I am the bearer of solemn news. With heavy hearts we announce that after 25 years the Boat Street will be closing its doors permanently on November 15th, 2020. This was not a thoughtless or hasty decision for our team to make and it pains us deeply to close the place that we’ve considered our home for so long.
We will be open for the next month to give everyone time to come in to say goodbye to the place that has been important to so many. The menus over the next few weeks will feature comforting favorites that are quintessentially Boat Street. We are hoping this next month will be a celebration of all the lives that have passed through our doors, all the events we were blessed to be part of, and all the crave-worthy meals!
Over the last eight months, Boat Street Kitchen, and indeed the entire restaurant community, has faced one challenge after another during these unpredictable and scary times. The financial strain of the necessary “stay home - stay safe” order, coupled with the general turmoil of 2020 events has forced our hand. Our Tiny Team has been valiant in keeping smiles on our faces in spite of everything and we’ve all been working incredibly hard in an effort to provide a safe and comfortable experience for you week after week. However, that has meant that everyone is working over capacity and it is simply no longer sustainable.
To those that have stayed by our side through all of this, we are forever grateful for your support and patience. Without you, this would have happened long ago. We hope you will come in to raise a glass (and a fork) with us one last time.
As always, avec amour,
Chef Jenn and Your Tiny Boat Street Team - Susan Kaplan, Karen, Eric, and Jorge
Please refer back to our website for information on the sale of the restaurant and updates about future projects this weekend. All news items will be posted to Instagram when they come up, as well.
Space is limited, especially on the patio. Please call to make a reservation!
Wednesday - Friday, from 11am - 3pm
Aperos from 5pm - 6pm
Thursday - Saturday, from 6pm - 9pm
(full menu available at 6pm)
Sundays Only, from 10am - 2pm
SMALL PRIVATE EVENTS and PICK UP CATERINGS NOW AVAILABLE!
or Call: 206-632-4602
*Drop in orders during our Pickup Hours are also accepted, but may take more time
PLEASE NOTE - Both Curbside or Inside Pickup are Available. Either come down the ramp, or call us at 206-632-4602 and we will carry your order up. Our inside Pickup is sanitized and enforces social distancing. For directions, click here.
MAKE A RESERVATION
*include name, phone, number of guests, date and time
ADDRESS and PHONE
Boat Street Kitchen & Bistro
3131 Western Ave, Ste 301
Seattle, WA 98121
Accepting MC and VISA
Order by email*
Order by phone
*include name, phone, items, quantity, pickup date and time
During the Coronavirus Epidemic we will be doing everything possible to ensure your health and safety including frequent sanitizing, reduced contact, and a no Cash policy. For TOGO pickup, you will be asked to sign a receipt so you may wish to bring your own pen.
For those requesting curbside pickup, please make sure you pre-pay by phone and let us know at that time. Upon your arrival, please pull onto the sidewalk or down our driveway and call the restaurant. The food will be brought to your car!