Boat Street Today
To all of you loyal customers, thank you for checking in with us.
Sadly, as many of you know, the Boat Street Kitchen and Bistro has permanently closed. However, it's still possible to get your Boat Street fix. Read on.
Jenn Skoglund, former executive chef at Boat Street, has opened her very own Lemon Hill Cafe in Montesano, Washington. It's a bit far, but worth it. Check out LemonHillCafe.com, or e-mail her: LemonHillCafe@Gmail.com. Jenn describes her food as Colonial French cuisine, emphasizing Moroccan, Caribbean, and Creole flavors. Sometimes, she cooks original Boat Street dishes, and she also also caters and hosts private events. She would love to hear from you.
Susan Kaplan, original owner of Boat Street Cafe, and owner of the Boat Street Kitchen and Bistro, now lives in rural France, where she offers week long, private cooking classes. Although these classes are focused on regional Gascon. cooking, no doubt she'd be happy to share a few Boat Street tricks as well. See BoatStreetinFrance.com or e-mail BoatStreetKitchen@Hotmail.com
IMPORTANT - Please stay in touch.
And, refer back to this website for updates about our future projects
which may include virtual classes, a cookbook, blogs, and of course,
our cooking school in France... see BoatStreetinFrance.com
Our email is good ..BoatStreetKitchen@hotmail.com
and we are still checking text messages on our phone..206-632-4602.
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On another note, one of our favorite servers at the Boat Street, Erick Pittsenbarger, has published a book!! Look it up. Better yet, buy it.
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