SLU Seafood Staple Chandler’s Crabhouse Is Closing

Chandler’s Crabhouse is known, obviously, for seafood dishes like it’s massive crab cake.

After 30 years, Chandler’s lakefront property is being redeveloped; the restaurant’s last day is in September

Thirty years of cracking Dungeness crab in South Lake Union come to an end in September when Chandler’s Crabhouse (901 Fairview Ave. N) closes due to Vulcan’s redevelopment of its lakefront property. Chandler’s last day in business is September 30.

The seafood staple, which serves eight varieties of crab seasonally and 20 different crab dishes from half-pound crab cakes to crab-stuffed shrimp, was founded in 1988 by Schwartz Brothers Restaurants, which also owns three Daniel’s Broiler restaurants. Those are in Leschi, Bellevue, and right next door to Chandler’s at 809 Fairview Pl. N, which is not affected by the redevelopment at this time.

Unfortunately for fans, Chandler’s has no plans to relocate or reopen once the redevelopment is complete, but all…

Original published: 2018-07-09 18:30:36 Read the full Seattle News here

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