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    Seattle Times :: By Providence Cicero :: November 30, 2010
    Seattle Times Food Critic divulges her 10 favorite new restaurants
    Providence Cicero is always hungry for something new. And she's found a crop of new resaurants well worth your dining dollars. MOST PEOPLE go out to eat in search of something specific. They're in the mood for a burger or sushi or steak; they want pizza, falafel or pho. They gravitate toward the tried and true. But a restaurant critic is always hungry for something new...BLUEACRE SEAFOOD– Why I love it: Kevin and Teresa Davis (Steelhead Diner) conceived a thoroughly modern downtown fish house that merges class and sass. They stick to U.S. waters, sourcing responsibly caught or sustainably raised seafood, but the kitchen's inspiration is unfettered by boundaries. What surprised me: Cancha and choclo, two kinds of large-kernel Andean corn, garnishing tiradito, a Peruvian-style ceviche sauced with sunny, spicy aji amarillo. VIEW ONLINE >

    Seattle Weekly :: By Jason Sheehan :: Dec 29, 2010
    Seattle's Best Meals of 2010
    ...Of everything I've done in the past 350-odd days—of all the meals I've eaten and the rooms that have welcomed me in from the rain—these are the best: Blueacre Seafood, September 1 – "Potatoes Minneapolis," repeats my server. "That's shredded potatoes, mixed with a little bacon fat and bacon, then fried"—he does a thing with his hands, holding one out, palm up, laying the other on top, and flipping them over—"and turned over so it's crispy on the outside and soft inside. Kind of like a giant order of hash browns." I purse my lips and nod as though considering—as though any consideration had been necessary after he'd mentioned potatoes with bacon fat.
    VIEW ONLINE > | VIEW FOOD SLIDESHOW >


    Puget Sound Business Journal :: 40 under 40
    Press Release
    Steelhead Diner and Blueacre Seafood co-owner Terresa Davis has been announced as an honoree in The Puget Sound Business Journal’s (PSBJ) prestigious “40 Under 40” program. This is the twelfth year of the program. Assistant Managing Editor Becky Monk says “This year...marked the most competitive yet. More than 500 individuals were nominated and 232 people applied for what is one of Puget Sound Business Journal’s premier awards.” READ PRESS RELEASE >


    Seattle Dining :: April 2010
    Blueacre Seafood – Perfection on a plate (part 1 & 2)
    Opening a restaurant is an act of defiance. Just about everyone’s advice has to be ignored and you have to have the confidence to soldier through permitting, build out, hiring, menu creation and on and on. And that’s before you even open. So it’s especially wonderful to see what Chef Kevin and Terresa Davis are doing at Blueacre. If you watch them work, you understand how serious they are about every detail. Okay isn’t good enough. They execute at a very high level in every area: food, service, atmosphere, presentation. VIEW PART 1 > | VIEW PART 2 >


    Seattle Times :: By Providence Cicero :: June 3, 2010
    Blueacre offers an ocean of good seafood dishes at varying price points
    ...Sure you can splurge on steamed lobster, Dungeness or king crab, but the average office worker or condo-dweller can order a bowl of chowder or gumbo for under $10, or eat "a nice piece of fish and some vegetables" at lunch for less than $20. VIEW ONLINE >


    Seattle Times :: By Tan Vinh :: May 4, 2010
    Happy Hour: Blueacre Seafood's bar food is quite the catch
    From across the bar, they looked like deviled eggs. They were potato skins, actually sort of a play on both, from the clever folks behind the new Blueacre Seafood. Nothing fancy or revelatory. But they were some of the best bar food I've tasted this year. VIEW ONLINE >


    Seattle Times :: Nancy Leson :: March 23, 2010
    Blueacre Seafood opens with plenty of ocean -- and more air
    Blueacre Seafood, the second restaurant for the owners of the Steelhead Diner, made its debut -- as promised -- with chef Kevin Davis in the kitchen and his wife Terresa, visibly pregnant (with twins!) throwing open their doors to the public March 19. VIEW ONLINE >


    Seattle Weekly :: By Adriana Grant :: Feb. 9, 2010
    Grillaxin' with Kevin Davis (part 1 & 2)
    Kevin Davis is the chef/owner, with his wife, Teresa, of Steelhead Diner, a successful upscale diner food restaurant sited in Pike Place Market. Davis has cooked all over the world: in Paris, Australia, New Orleans, and Napa Valley. VIEW PART 1 > | VIEW PART 2 >


    Sunset Magazine
    5 salmon recipes from Seattle chefs
    Grilled King Salmon with Asparagus, Morels, and Leeks. VIEW RECIPE >


    Seafood Source.com :: By Christine Blank :: Feb. 15, 2010
    On the spot: Kevin Davis, Blueacre
    Kevin Davis, co-owner of Steelhead Diner in Seattle, will return to his culinary roots when he opens Blueacre Seafood, formerly an expansive Oceanaire Seafood Room location in downtown Seattle. VIEW ONLINE >


    Examiner.com :: Ronald Holden :: Dec. 29, 2009
    Steelhead Diner's Kevin Davis will reopen Oceanaire
    Kevin Davis, recognized in my previous post for his outstanding work at Steelhead Diner, is about to expand. With his wife, Terresa, he will take over the grand space at 7th & Olive vacated when the Oceanaire Seafood Room filed for bankruptcy this summer. VIEW ONLINE >
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