Win A Trip To Hawaii With Ivar’s Island Getaway

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Seattle is known for a lot of different things including coffee, craft beer and, of course, great seafood, and one of the most iconic and well known seafood names in Seattle is Ivar’s.  First opened on the Seattle waterfront’s Pier 3 (now Pier 54) in 1938 , Ivar’s has expanded to 26 different locations around Washington state.  Their clam chowder (and salmon chowder) have become the stuff of Seattle legend.

Hawaii is also known for it’s great seafood.  Ivar’s knows this and is currently featuring some island themed menu choices including: Grilled Opah, Lomi-Lomi Salmon Salad, Coconut and Pineapple Carrot Cake and they’re even currently featuring Kona Brewing Compnay’s Big Wave Golden Ale and their new Hanalei Island Style IPA.  If the sound of these island dishes has you in that tropical island mood and you’re looking to escape the cold this Winter, then you’ll want to enter Ivar’s Island Getaway contest for your chance to win a trip for 4 to Maui.

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Ivar’s Northwest Winter Beer Tasting Returns

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Ivar’s is a Seattle icon.  They’ve been around since 1938, which is a good 30 years longer than I’ve even been alive.  When was the last time you stopped by Ivar’s to enjoy a few drinks and some delicious seafood – especially their award winning Chowders?  My wife and I hadn’t been for a visit in quite a while, but stopped by the Salmon House on NE Northlake Way, my favorite Ivar’s location, just last week.

The drinks were great and the food was as good as I remember.  I also love the look of the Salmon House.  The did a major remodel on the bar about three years ago, and the results are fantastic.  If you haven’t been by that location since the remodel, you should check it out.

If you need a good excuse to drop by Ivar’s, I think I can help you with that.  Coming up this Thursday, December 8th, Ivar’s is hosting their 6th Annual Northwest Winter Beer Tasting at their Acres of Clams location on Alaskan Way from 6 to 9 pm.

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