Annual Edmonds Clam Chowder Cook Off [Tickets On Sale]

Annual Edmonds Clam Chowder Cookoff

10+ Local Restaurants Compete For The Crown of Edmonds Best Clam Chowder

If you are a fan of clam chowder you do not want to miss this event.  As I can attest, as a judge at the 2017 Clam Chowder Cook Off, and a taster in 2018, there is some yummy chowder.

Spend a nice afternoon on the Puget Sound at the beautiful Edmonds Yacht club enjoying some good food, music, and your Edmonds neighbors.

The Edmonds Clam Chowder Cook Off

You can go and vote for the People’s Choice Award for one of two different styles of chowder. Best Traditional and Best Cutting-Edge Chowder (anything outside of “traditional” chowder), plus the Best Booth.

In addition to the chowder, the event will include live music by STRUM. Proceeds from the cook-off will go to support the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce.

As I stated earlier I attended the event the last 2 years and for the most part thought it is a nice afternoon. A couple things to be aware of. We arrived later in the afternoon and:

  • The parking was not great
  • A couple of the restaurants had already run out of chowder

Most of the chowder was delicious and it was fun getting a score card and pretending to be a food critique for the day. We took a little walk down to the Edmonds Marina Beach Park after the event.  And made an “Edmonds Kind Of Day” out of it. Maybe we will see you there!


Edmonds Yacht Club
326 Admiral Way
Edmonds, WA 98020


Saturday, February 23rd – (Early Entry 11am) 12pm-3pm

Early Entry: $20 per person, (entry, bottled water & souvenir cup included, limited availability)  (11am to 3pm)

General Entry: $12.50 per person (12pm to 3pm) ($15 at the door)

………purchase online HERE or at the door for $15


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Jason Fox is a father, a real estate broker, a marketing specialist, and a friend. Being born and raised in the Pacific Northwest he has a unique and interesting perspective on local real estate that he can't wait to share with you. Jason lives in the Meadowdale neighborhood and hopes to see you out walking, at the park, at the movies, on a trail, on Stevens Pass, on the beach, at a lake, at a Seahawks or Mariners game, or just commenting on the blog.

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