With a menu inspired by the Jamestown S’Klallam tribe’s immemorial connection to our local waterways and the bounty they provide, The House of Seven Brothers will feature locally-sourced seafood, produce, and protein from fisherman, farmers, and ranchers across the Olympic Peninsula. Serving fresh local seafood—some of which coming straight out of Sequim Bay—high-quality beef, and contemporary dishes prepared with our own unique twist. The House of Seven Brothers will be the next generation in fresh, inspired dining.
The House of Seven Brothers will offer a family-friendly atmosphere while serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week.
About the name: The inspiration for The House of Seven Brothers comes from a 1960 story written by tribal member Mary Ann Lambert about the seven brothers of the house of Ste-Tee-Thlum. This story of the Clallam Indians of the Olympic Peninsula is a story of familial progression and the passing of our values, traditions, and culture on to the next generation. The House of Seven Brothers is the next step in our continual effort to building the future while restoring the past.
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