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LloydMartin Focuses on French

The Queen Anne neighborhood has lost its offering of French cuisine for the time being, so LloydMartin is taking a new tack and serving up French bistro food! Our restaurant is excited to highlight this beloved cuisine, using the incredible bounty the Pacific Northwest has to offer in produce and beyond. Chef Sam is going […]

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Summer Sips and Snacks

Let’s get laid back and enjoy some great drinks and bites! It is summer, after all. This season is best complimented with fresh, light cocktails. Shane is focusing on drinks that are citrusy and juicy, and staying further away from cocktails that are spirit-forward. Since they are lower in alcohol content, you can probably enjoy […]

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Food Events on LloydMartin’s Calendar

From vacations to backyard barbecues, you’ve probably got a lot going on this summer. We do, too! Read on for the food events on our calendar … First up, Father’s Day is this Sunday! For those of you that don’t know, ‘LloydMartin’ is derived from Chef Sam Crannell’s two grandfathers, Lloyd and Martin. In their […]

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Mushrooms, Melons and Seafood for Spring at LloydMartin!

From porcinis to morels, summer truffles and more, the mushrooms are here! Early in June, we expect to get a delivery of Australian winter black perigord truffles, which will be interesting. Melons will be coming soon, and we love melons in the summertime, so look forward to some innovative dishes with those.  In seasonal seafood, […]

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Make Your Mouth Water with Springtime Fare at the Best Restaurant in Queen Anne

The weather’s warming up, and we’re very excited to see some amazing fresh produce come into season to serve up at the best restaurant in Queen Anne. Right now, you can drool with us over morels, peas, fava beans, fiddlehead ferns – they’re all just beautiful! Summer truffles aren’t quite here yet, but you can […]

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LloydMartin Becomes… Sloppy Hog BBQ!

It’s become a tradition. Each year on April Fool’s Day, LloydMartin transforms our menu and attitude into a totally different kind of restaurant (last year we did Chicharron). This popup usually lasts for only one night, but this year, we’ve decided to extend it to four days of fun… Sloppy Hog BBQ! From April 1st […]

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Items on the Calendar and in the Pantry at LloydMartin

Last month we mentioned our upcoming participation in the POPSeattle event from Seattle magazine on Saturday, February 21st from 6 – 9 p.m. To compliment the Bubbles & Seafood theme, Chef Sam Crannell will be making some delicious deviled eggs with smoked trout and salmon roe caviar. Just think about how awesome they will be […]

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Announcements of Note at LloydMartin’s Queen Anne Restaurant

It’s a New Year, and we’re looking forward to some exciting things coming up at LloydMartin’s Queen Anne restaurant… Before anything else, we want to note that we still have spaces available for our two-night Valentine’s Weekend offering. Both Friday and Saturday February 13th and 14th, LloydMartin will be serving an aphrodisiac-focused menu for $150 […]

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Wine by the Glass vs. Wine by the Bottle

What’s the best way to enjoy wine when you dine out? Order a bottle to share! We’ve noticed recently that more and more people are ordering their wine by the glass, which is not ideal for wine-conscious diners. When you order your wine by the glass, you are limiting yourself in several ways… Minimizing your […]

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LloydMartin’s Fare, Libations, and Goings-On

Chef Sam Crannell has had some media love in the last month! First up, Eater Seattle’s Jason Price got filled in on the attractions of Sam’s favorite meat haunts for his new column, Carnivore’s Dilemma. Along with several other notable Seattle chefs, Sam was featured in Seattle Magazine’s “Where Seattle Chefs Dine Out”. Check out […]

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