Frank's Oyster House Seattle – Casual but classy dining

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"Frank's Oyster House" Seattle is a great neighborhood restaurant open for dinner and weekend brunch. I love coming here and indulging.

Frank's is a great neighborhood restaurant. Open for dinner and weekend brunch, I love coming here and indulging in the food. I've yet to try their dinner service, but brunch here is a winner- not only is the menu diverse, but everything is prepared really well and of high quality.

I recommend the eggs benedict with roasted tomato and avocado. The portion is hearty and the roast tomato is a great touch. They also have delicious waffles among other classic breakfast items. I love their drinks- in addition to tea and coffee, they offer freshly squeezed juice (grapefruit, lime, lemon, or a combo) mixed with sparkling water. The subtle hint of citrus is the perfect way to get your weekend off to a great start!

Service is everything you'd hope for in a neighborhood spot- sweet and relaxed. The dining room is cozy and welcoming. If you're looking for something a bit posh, their connected parlor is a gorgeous spot for happy hour. Why not try some oysters and champagne?

For a great brunch in NE Seattle, look no further than this spot!

About this spot

2616 NE 55th St

Tue - Fri 17:00 - 23:00, Sat 10:00 - 14:30 & 17:00 - 23:00, Sun 10:00 - 14:30

Main meal:

USD

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