Charcoal, Boat House Taproom: 2 new restaurants opening in Edmonds
Last updated 11/4/2021 at 5:21pm
Edmonds' restaurant grew even more recently with the arrival of two new restaurants, first announced in the Edmonds Beacon earlier this year.
Charcoal, located inside the Graphite Arts Center at Second Avenue South and Main Street, opens Friday, Nov. 5, after holding a soft opening this week.
Owner and chef Jake Wilson, an Edmonds native, says Charcoal is a "new modern American restaurant focused on an Argentinian-style charcoal and wood-burning grill. We will offer Northwest favorites, with seasonal twists and stylish plating."
Charcoal's chef de cuisine is Seth Prigg, a Shorewood High School graduate.
A charcoal-grilled, 12-ounce New York strip steak is $48, with Yukon gold mashed potatoes, rapini, parsley horseradish puree, and Dijon demi. A 24-ounce ribeye for two is $98.
A charcoal smash burger, with fries, is $18.
Charcoal is open for dinner seven days a week, 4-9 p.m.
Check out the full menu: http://www.charcoaledmonds.com/menu.
The other new restaurant is one Edmonds should have some familiarity with: It's Salish Sea Brewing Co.'s second location, the Boat House Taproom at Harbor Square, in the space formerly held by American Brewing Co.
It opens Thursday, Nov. 4.
Jeff and Erika Barnett's new space is a brewery and restaurant with a renovated beer garden.
Look for reviews in later editions of the Edmonds Beacon.