Local Seafood, Beer and Wine Take Center Stage at New Fish & Chips Restaurant in Seattle's Cap Hill

Five Fish Bistro, now open, is giving the north end of Broadway a new take on Fish and Chips with its seasonal fresh fish and local brews and wines. Grand Opening February 7, 2012.

Online PR News – 16-January-2012 – – Five Fish Bistro, now open, is giving the north end of Broadway a new take on Fish and Chips with its seasonal fresh fish and local brews and wines.

As the name implies, the eat-in or takeout bistro features five fresh fish daily. The fish and chips are made with a homemade batter, and deep-fried in peanut oil for a light and crispy exterior. The french fries come to life with a sprinkling of sea salt. The menu also includes a grilled fish option, appetizers, soups, salads and Po’ Boy sandwiches. There’s also a Peacemaker sandwich made with fried oysters. The name derives from the 19th century, when husbands coming home from a late night of carousing would bring one home to ease the rough reception from their wives.

Five Fish will also be offering a gluten-free version of their fish and chips and a gluten-free beer. And for dessert, there’s nothing better than hot beignets on gray Seattle day.

The bistro features local beers on tap, like Mac n’ Jack and Manny’s Draft, and wines on tap, like Pinot Noir, Merlot, Pinot Gris and a sparkling wine. Wines can also be had by the bottle.

Relaxed and fresh, the restaurant has a blue and sand interior with red accents. Sconces line the walls to create a well lit, yet easy on the eyes dining experience. The atmosphere is light-industrial with birch-colored benches, four-squares and high-tops which seat 50 comfortably. Seating can be rearranged to accommodate larger groups. Cut outs provide a view to the kitchen. In the summer, front panels open to outdoor seating.

The Grand Opening will be held on Tuesday, February 7th, from 4:00pm-7pm. The regular menu will be available, while tastings of several menu items will be passed around. Guests are invited to share a table, and purchase a glass of beer or wine to toast Five Fish Bistro’s opening. For those who stay out late, there’s always the Peacemaker.

Grand Opening:
Tuesday, February 7th, 2012, 4:00pm-7pm
410 Broadway East, Seattle, WA 98102
(At the north end of Capitol Hill, between Republican and Harrison)

Friends of the restaurant are encouraged to get the latest updates at Five Fish’s Facebook Page.

Hours of Operation:
Tuesday-Thursday: 11 AM-9 PM
Friday & Saturday: 11 AM-10 PM
Sunday: 12 PM-9 PM
Monday: “Gone Fishin’” (closed)

About Five Fish Bistro
Five Fish Bistro is a fish and chips fast casual and comfortable restaurant located at the north end of the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle. The bistro serves locally-caught and seasonal fresh fish, as well as an extended menu of appetizers, salads, Po’ Boy sandwiches and desserts. Locally brewed beer and wines by the glass are also available. Food can be eat-in or takeout 6 days a week, closed on Mondays. All major credit cards are accepted. For more information, visit our website or call 206-325-7000.

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