We are a seafood market and specialty grocery store located in the heart of Madrona
We focus on sustainably sourced fish and shellfish, we offer a variety of fresh seafood daily. To pair with your seafood, we have a selection of wine and beers as well as freshly made, prepared foods and specialty dry goods.
OPEN DAILY FROM 11a.m. to 7p.m.
Soup of the soup
pork vegetable with Orzo
Fish and Chips
house battered cod, fries
Dungeness crab, Oregon bay shrimp, aioli
Arugula, tarter sauce
Ahi Poke Bowl*
Seaweed, rice, edamame, avocado, sriracha aioli, sesame seeds
Baby Kale, crouton, lemon
Add crab or prawns
“I always thought I would sell fish, but this is a lot more personal. This is my one little contribution, helping people. It’s good food for people. I get to offer people something that is healthy.” – Kayley Turkheimer
Raised in a commercial fishing family, Kayley Turkheimer was born to sell fish. From the young age of twelve she would travel to Alaska for the summer fishing season, working on her father’s boat. Since those early days, Kayley’s had her hand in nearly every step of the seafood market chain, from fishing and processing to buying and selling. When she realized she wanted more from her career, she attended Humboldt State University, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in fisheries. Since then Kayley’s worked for wholesalers like Corfini Gourmet, selling to restaurants across Seattle and Select Fish. While working for Corfini, she met Chef Brian Clevenger, and the rest, as they say, is history. They opened East Anchor Seafood together in the spring of 2016.
CHEF BRIAN CLEVENGER
Growing up in the coastal Washington town of Anacortes, Chef Brian Clevenger’s appreciation for food, particularly local seafood and produce, developed at an early age. He received an A.A. in Culinary Arts and his Bachelor’s degree in Hospitality management from University of Washington. Focused on perfecting his craft, Chef Brian went on to work in a Two Michelin Star restaurant in France, as well as, the James Beard Award winning San Francisco restaurant, Delfina. Since returning to Washington, he has headed multiple Seattle restaurants, including Serafina in Eastlake and Staple & Fancy Mercantile in Ballard. After opening his first restaurant, Vendemmia, in 2015 he and Kayley partnered to open East Anchor Seafood next door.
ARACELY “SHELLY” GUERRERO
Surrounded by food and family, Aracely grew up in Leavenworth, Washington, thinking she would end up with a career in fashion marketing. After a brief exploration of programs, she found herself in culinary school at the Art Institute of Seattle. Upon graduating, she took to the line, as a pantry cook at Serafina. Since then, she has assumed various roles throughout the food industry, including baking for Bon Appétit Magazine and running the pastry program for Bin on the Lake in Kirkland. Eventually she found her way to the kitchen at Vendemmia and has since gone on to take over the kitchen here at East Anchor Seafood. When she’s not preparing food for East Anchor, Aracely enjoys hiking or watching a good football game.