Woody's On the Water
Woody's owners Coy Wood and Thomas Johnson have partnered to bring new life to the Thea Foss Waterway, using much of the new life you'd find in the waterway itself. As such, they've created a sumptuous dinner menu with fresh seafood as its main attraction. Launch your stomach-yacht with some tipsy steamer clams in white wine and fresh herbs ($9) or a sampler platter of smoked salmon, crab cake, and coconut shrimp ($14) before sailing on to local favorites such as Provencal-crusted Alaskan halibut with a shiitake-mushroom cream reduction ($26) and fresh Canadian coho salmon char broiled with shallot garlic butter ($19). Landlubbers can keep it traditional with a Woody's 8-ounce top-sirloin steak in a brandy-mushroom-peppercorn demi-glace ($17) or light up their palate with cognac chicken supreme ($15). Bored diners, meanwhile, can build their own Alien face-hugger out of a steak and crab legs combination platter ($29). Woody's also offers a lighter but no less seaworthy lunch menu of salads, sandwiches, and pastas, plus a gluten-free menu that pairs well with a bottle of Bard's Tale gluten-free beer.