Maryland Seafood Chain Brings Maine Lobster to Downtown Seattle

ByShannon J. Cortes

Jul 14, 2022

Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls, a popular Maryland seafood chain, is opening its first West Coast location in downtown Seattle on August 4. lettuce and tomato. It also serves shrimp rolls and clam chowder along with other lobster dishes like lobster macaroni and cheese, lobster grilled cheese, lobster bisque and lobster salad.

Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls was founded in Annapolis, Maryland in 2014, and quickly expanded into the southern east coast states and into Colorado, Texas and Arizona over the following years. Although the business may not yet have much recognition on the West Coast, it is likely to be a hit among Seattle’s seafood-obsessed diners, adding to an already stacked list of lobster restaurants. roll in the area.

There will be a grand opening event on August 4 at the restaurant, located at 1307 1st Avenue, just steps from Pike Place Market, across from the Seattle Art Museum.

Jack’s Barbecue is roasting a whole beef with live music for an August party

Jack Timmons, the man behind Seattle’s famous barbecue chain Jack’s BBQ, is bringing back its Low and Slow barbecue event on August 20 to 35731 West Valley Highway South, Algona Washington. There will be live music from artists including Kitty Mae, Stag, Brian Nova, Andy Timmonsand Randy Hansen, and the team will roast a whole beef. Tickets ($35) include a free roast beef sandwich and drinks, and are available on Eventbrite. This is a 21+ event.

Manolin’s sous chef curates an exciting cookbook by some of Seattle’s top chefs

Sarah Monson, sous chef at Fremont Manolin Restaurant, is releasing a cookbook of recipes handwritten by chefs at some of Seattle’s most respected restaurants and pop-ups this summer. She says the project started as a strategy to bring the restaurant community together during the pandemic. The first two editions sold approximately 1,000 copies. This year’s edition includes recipes from restaurants and pop-ups like Cafe Munir, Ben’s Bread, Layer’s Sandwich Co., Ohsun Banchan, Rupee Bar, Local Tide, La Dive, Cafe Besalu, Westward and Burn Unit BBQ.

There will be a pop-up Creator’s Market event in Manolin’s Yard where people can meet the creators of the book and pick up copies on August 15, and the book will also be available at Book Larder. Find more information about Monson’s Instagram.