Fisherman Jack’s Asian Inspired Seafood Comes to Everett’s Waterfront
Thanks to the diligent work of the Port of Everett, Fisherman Harbor is booming with new activity this year, with plans for retail space, offices and restaurants. The newest addition is Fisherman Jack’s, an Asian-Seafood Fusion restaurant.
Fisherman Jack’s combines the PNW’s natural beauty and love of seafood with the owner’s rich Chinese culture. The restaurant will feature a variety of Asian-Seafood Fusion menu items, from Dim Sum to noodle dishes to traditionally made Chinese dishes. Fisherman Jack’s will also serve an excellent cocktail menu and premium wine list. Located on the waterfront setting of Fisherman Harbor, the restaurant will look out onto the marina and include plenty of outdoor seating so guests can enjoy our beautiful PNW summers.
We are looking forward to this great partnership with the Port of Everett.
“We are looking forward to this great partnership with the Port of Everett,” said Jack Ng, Owner of Fisherman Jack’s, in a press release by the Port of Everett. “We are excited to bring an Asian inspired seafood option to the waterfront – not only to bring diversity and more enrichment to the community, but, also, to be part of this opportunity for economic growth that the waterfront revitalization is creating for Everett,” Ng said.
The fusion between the new waterfront complex and the Chinese inspiration will be showcased in both the menu and the beautiful décor. The restaurant’s design has both modern accents and comforts, with vintage Asian-inspired décor artfully intermixed to embrace the vision for Fisherman Jack’s. Located on the waterfront setting of Fisherman Harbor, the restaurant looks out onto the marina with outdoor and open air seating in order to allow customers to enjoy Everett’s gorgeous summers. The restaurant design prioritizes customer experience with heaters in any open air sections, so that guests can appreciate the marina’s natural beauty year round, while still staying comfortable.
Fisherman Jack’s will be open to customers in late summer or fall of 2022.
The idea for the name came from the location of the new restaurant in Fisherman Harbor. In combination with Jack’s own experience as a fisherman himself, the name created itself – Fisherman Jack’s.
Jack has brought this experience to expand on his love of seafood, his Chinese culture and knowledge of the restaurant industry by creating Fisherman Jack’s.
Jack Ng’s first job out of school was to work on fishing boats that traveled up the Western North American coast to fish in the seas off Alaska. There, he learned the hard work that is put into the seafood trade and gained an incredible work ethic. Ng and his family worked together to start the successful restaurant business, China City. This restaurant, that started in 1999 in the Whidbey Island town of Oak Harbor, has grown to three locations under the same name.
If you would like more information on Fisherman Jack’s, please visit www.fishermanjacks.com or find us on Facebook under the same name. Or visit our sister restaurants, China City, located in Mill Creek or Whidbey Island. Island. More information at www.chinacityrestaurant.com