Seafood restaurant Local Tide opening in Fremont

The new Cedar Speedster building in Fremont is shaping up to have a plethora of food and drink options: seafood restaurant Local Tide will be joining the line-up of businesses that will go in the new Cedar Speedster building.

Victor Steinbrueck started Local Tide as a pop-up restaurant in Pike Place Market — this will be the first permanent home for the seafood restaurant.

Local Tide will be in good company at Cedar Speedster, with Aslan Brewing, Korean restaurant Revel, and Evo all opening in the new mixed-use building at the corner of N 36th and Phinney.

Some of Local Tides’ offerings include their Sockeye Salmon Sandwich, Seafood Cake Banh Mi, Prawn Toast, and Dungeness Crab Roll.

As Seattle Eater reports, rather than buying pre-cracked crab for their crab rolls, Steinbrueck cooks and cracks live crabs in-house, for a “far superior product,” he says.

The eatery will share a window with Aslan, so you can order from Local Tide whilst at the taproom.

To follow along with their progress, check out Local Tide on Instagram.

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