Southern-Style Barbecue, Northwest Seafood, and Drinks at Frontier Room (Half Off)

Belltown

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In a Nutshell

Southern-born chef smokes and barbecues beef, chicken, pork, and Northwest fish over applewood and hickory pit for up to 14 hours

The Fine Print

Expires Feb 20th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Must purchase a food item. Closed Sundays and Mondays. Not Valid During Happy Hour. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Barbecue is a distinctly American art form, much like jazz music and feigning an understanding of jazz music. Discuss the smoky notes with this Groupon.

$15 for $30 Worth of Southern-Style Barbecue and Drinks

Chefs marinate and slow-cook platters of baby-back ribs starting at $15.50; barbecue Northwest salmon in creole seasonings for $21.50; and smoke pulled pork over applewood and hickory before piling it onto a sandwich for $8.50.

Frontier Room

Operating since 1954, but under new management starting in 2001, the Frontier Room is a Beltown mainstay. The now remodeled Frontier Room serves as veritable hotspot for delicious barbecue and American cuisine. Head chef Chris Proctor crafts many of his recipes over the smoke of a wood barbecue pit, cooking beef brisket for up to 14 hours and barbecuing Northwest salmon with the same creole spices that the fish migrate every year to harvest.

These dishes are complemented by an extensive list of craft beers from the West Coast and around the world, from a Redhook coffee stout to an Allagash brew selected specifically to pair with barbecue. En route to the outdoor patio, the aromas of smoked meats waft through the Frontier Room's rustic interior, where hardwood tables sit under deer antlers and a bronze-relief cow amid such fixtures of Americana as a pile of chopped firewood reminiscent of Paul Bunyan's pencil shavings.

Frontier Room

"My paternal grandmother's kitchen was like a window into the world of food," head chef Paul Michael reflects on Frontier Room's website. A transplant from Louisiana, he draws much of his culinary inspiration from his Southern roots and his grandma's cooking—a melting pot of such culinary influences as Syrian, French-Louisianan, and African-American. Chef Michael crafts many of his recipes over the smoke of a wood barbecue pit, cooking beef brisket for up to 14 hours and barbecuing Northwest salmon with the same creole spices that the fish migrate every year to harvest.

These dishes are complemented by an extensive list of craft beers from the West Coast and around the world, from a Redhook coffee stout to an Allagash brew selected specifically to pair with barbecue. En route to the outdoor patio, the aromas of smoked meats waft through the Frontier Room's rustic interior, where hardwood tables sit under deer antlers and a bronze-relief cow amid such fixtures of Americana as a pile of chopped firewood reminiscent of Paul Bunyan's pencil shavings.


Reviews

I love the casual atmosphere of this place. The comfort food is surprisingly delicious.

Alikatt62, TripAdvisor, 6/1/12

The bacon-wrapped shrimp is to die for!

Nicole Baade, Google + Local, 5 months ago
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    Belltown

    2203 1st Ave

    Seattle, Washington 98121

    206-956-7427

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