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Razor Clam and Seafood Festival

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Razor Clam and Seafood Festival, Ocean Shores, WashingtonIf you love seafood, you won’t want to miss the 15th annual Ocean Shores Razor Clam and Seafood Festival It’s set for March 17, 18, and 19, 2023, at the Ocean Shores Convention Center.

Produced by the City of Ocean Shores and presented by the Quinault Beach Resort & Casino, the festival celebrates all things seafood. Admission is free.

The festival’s signature Clam Chowder Contest will feature nine restaurants offering public tastings of their inspired recipes. Festival-goers can vote for their favorite chowder in the People’s Choice category, and the winning chef will receive a $1,000 prize. Note: Participation in the tasting requires on-site purchase of a $10 Tasting Passport.

For the second consecutive year, the Razor Clam and Seafood Festival is partnering with another beloved Northwest culinary event, the Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival. CrabFest organizers will bring their crab kettles, cooks, and crew to Ocean Shores to serve-up dinners featuring fresh Dungeness crab from nearby Westport.

Dinners include a whole Dungeness crab (avg. 2lbs) served either warm or cold with herbed new potatoes and cole slaw. Tickets are $45 or $25 for half-crab dinners. Tickets should be purchased in advance to guarantee availability and price due to the volatility of the crab and seafood market. Crab dinners purchased during the festival weekend will be at market price while supplies last. Tickets are refundable up to 10 days in advance.

Participants can enjoy everything from fresh crab shooters to Alaska scallops to wild salmon sandwiches. Not a seafood fan? Not a problem! There will be something to delight every palate, including smash burgers and fries, Russian dumplings, crêpes, and other non-seafood dishes. Beverages include beer, wine, soft drinks, and espresso.

A Crab Benedict Brunch will take place from 10 am to 1 pm March 19. Tickets are $25 and must be purchased in advance.

Live music and artist booths will round out this culinary experience. Plenty of seating will be provided in a covered outdoor space and indoors.

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