• Celebrate Bastille Day at RN74! 07.06.18


    Celebrate Bastille Day with RN74 at their South of France Monte Carlo Casino Night on Saturday, July 14 12-5pm! This sleek and sophisticated restaurant, designed to look and feel like a bustling urban train station, will put you in a European frame of mind. Sip Ciroc cocktails and French wine all the while trying your luck at craps tables, blackjack and roulette.  Graze on $2 oysters and small French bites, prepared by Executive Chef Thomas Griese, ranging in price from $5-$15.


    Participate in the 50/50 raffle with chances to win experiences all over the city and a grand prize personal chef experience! Proceeds from the 50/50 raffle benefit Farestart.


    RN74 is the creation of award-winning chef Michael Mina. RN74 uses a combination of American and French cuisines to highlight seasonal, local, Northwest ingredients, like Puget Sound seafood! Spend the evening with RN74 to enjoy their extensive wine list and indulge in signature dishes like smoked bone marrow, foie gras torchon, dryaged duck breast with rainier cherries, and hand-cut beignets for dessert.

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  • Dine at Coastal Kitchen Oct. 30 & Support Lifelong AIDS Alliance 10.26.12

    If you haven’t checked out the newly remodeled Coastal Kitchen and its packed oyster bar then you’re missing out! Whether fresh shucked oysters are your weakness or morning breakfast gets your day started right, Coastal Kitchen is giving you ever reason in the book to dine with them on October 30 and raise money for a great cause with Lifelong AIDS Alliance.

    All day long from open to close on October 30, Coastal Kitchen will be celebrating its remodel and its 20 years in the Capitol Hill neighborhood by giving 30% of the days proceeds to fellow Capitol Hill neighbor, Lifelong AIDS Alliance.

    What do you need to do? It couldn’t get any easier. Stop by or make a reservation at Coastal Kitchen for breakfast, lunch, dinner or late night on October 30 and dine! Dine on the new menus and old favorites, from the well-known coffee cake to omelets, clam chowder to po’boys, fresh shucked oysters to paella and burgers. Even cocktails from the new cocktail bar, wine, beer and housemade limoncello can be ordered for a good cause.

    Want to learn more about Lifelong AIDS Alliance? They are a non-profit organization that empowers people living with or at risk of HIV/AIDS and other chronic conditions to lead healthier lives. Lifelong helps people access health insurance, provides healthy meals, ensures that people have a safe place to live, and prevents new HIV infections through educational outreach and advocacy. Based in Seattle, Lifelong is the Pacific Northwest’s largest AIDS service organization. Learn more at

    Now that’s a great cause!

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  • Coastal Kitchen Reopens with Oyster Bar 10.22.12

    One of Capitol Hill’s favorite mainstays reopened this past weekend after a four-week closure. Coastal Kitchen, the 20 year favorite for breakfast, lunch and dinner, underwent construction that had crews putting in a new oyster bar for bivalve fans, building a new cocktail bar for the over 21 crowd, and installing new bamboo flooring and other details in the rest of the dining room.

    A new menu launch beckoned longtime Coastal Kitchen diners and attracted new guests. New executive chef Jason Jones brings a wealth of experience to Coastal with sustainable seafood and other new favorites for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night seven days a week.

    For any oyster fanatics, count on at least four different oysters on the half shell daily, including the Two Buck Shuck, a chef’s choice of one variety of oyster for just $2 all day.

    Find out why owner Jeremy Hardy decided it was time for a remodel from Capitol Hill Times, see how the reopening was celebrated in advance on Seattle Met, see pics from the preview event courtesy of Capitol Hill Seattle Blog, and read about the bicoastal oyster bar in Thrillist.

    Coastal Kitchen is also taking part in Seattle Restaurant Week through Thursday.

    We look forward to seeing you at the new Coastal Kitchen!

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    Coastal Kitchen will be shucking and handing out 1,000 tasty bivalves on the half shell today beginning at 5 p.m. This shuck-fest is in celebration of Coastal Kitchen’s 20th anniversary and the upcoming debut of the remodeled restaurant and its new oyster bar. If you’re an oyster lover or have never sunk your teeth into a briny oyster morsel, we want to see you there!

    The First Shuck event will take place on the sidewalk in front of Coastal Kitchen. The event will present new Executive Chef Jason Jones and his staff shucking 1,000 oysters. Owners Jeremy Hardy & Tiah Holt Hardy along with long time General Manager Eli Britt will be handing out the free oysters and answering questions about the remodel.

    Coastal Kitchen will resume feeding crowds breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night on Saturday, Oct. 20. The restaurant has been closed since Sept 24 to allow for construction on a new oyster bar, new cocktail bar, outdoor seating off the front of the restaurant, new bamboo flooring in the dining room, the integration of a private dining room into the main dining room and new flooring in the kitchen.

    Celebrate this 20 year old mainstay and its new digs today at 5 p.m.! We’ll see you at Coastal Kitchen, located at 429 15th Avenue East on Capitol Hill.


  • Coastal Kitchen Brings In Shell Bar and Cocktail Bar 09.13.12

    After nearly 20 years change is inevitable, as is the case with the Capitol Hill favorite, Coastal Kitchen. Having grown up in Boston and being an oyster fanatic for years, owner Jeremy Hardy is ready to bring in more of those briney, half-shelled wonders along with other fresh seafood! Look for the changes this month with a reopening next month.

    We’ll have more news on this soon, but for now, check out Rebekah Denn’s All You Can Eat column in The Seattle Times. Make special note of the “Punch List” card offering she writes about and you’ll be sitting pretty with culinary credit in Coastal’s new digs.

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  • Welcome McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurants 08.02.10

    What would the Northwest be without seafood? And what would we do without a seafood client? Wonder no longer as we are thrilled to be working with Northwest native McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurants. With a menu printed twice daily and the signature “Fresh List” of 20 to 30 different varieties of fresh seafood we couldn’t be happier to inundate ourselves in fresh salmon, halibut, oysters, prawns and more.

    If you missed McCormick’s Fish House & Bar’s famed Shuck & Swallow Oyster Challenge in previous years fret no more as it is coming back this October 7. Mark your calendars for firefighters, fundraising and watching 90+ oysters consumed in 10 minutes time. Will they break the record again this year? More info. to come soon.

    For more information visit |  | @McandSchmicks .

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