THE afternoon & evening food destination in Bellingham!
Open Wed. – Sat., 4:00 PM – 2:00 AM
1201 Cornwall Ave., #101
Bellingham, WA, USA
Gourmet Sausages & Pretzels;
Craft Beer, Cider and Wine
Our first Keg ‘o Grog (actually Chuckanut Pilsner) being welcomed by Zac Cote, our XO (manager)– being delivered to El Capitan’s Sausages & Pretzels by Brian of Dickerson Distributors – Thanks Dickerson!
We are NOW Open and look forward to seeing you!
As pirates, we’ve traveled to the four corners of the globe and plundered the richest cargo ships to bring you the world’s best sausages!
We grill jumbo pretzels on a panini grill. Deliciously crisp on the outside, warm and soft inside. Butter, salt, cinnamon sugar, or mustard included.
What fun is a nekked dog? Dressin’ your sausage with your choice of fixin’s from our treasure trove of a condiment bar is half the fun!
The idea of starting a hot dog stand seemed like a good, basic business fer someone who had never run a restaurant of any type before. Undaunted by this lack of experience…read more
Like any epic tale, the legend of El Capitan’s is shrouded in mystery, rife with embellishment, and marginally based in truth…read more
Port Royal provided a safe harbour initially for privateers and subsequently for pirates plying the shipping lanes to and from Spain and Panama. Buccaneers…read more
“The Golden Age of Piracy” is a period of piracy that lasted from roughly 1680 through 1730 and was centered in the Caribbean. In the previous entry, we talked of the island of Dry Tortuga being the early pirate center of the era. By 1680, Dry Tortuga began to wane as a focal point for piracy. At the beginning of the 1700’s…read more
A number of attempts to dislodge the colony by the Spaniards, including an attack in 1664 that destroyed and occupy the colony, failed when the Spaniards were forced…read more
The term buccaneer (French-boucanier) is from the language of an indigenous Caribbean population known as the “Tupi”, and referred to a wooden rack called a “bucan” that they used to smoke the meat they hunted from native cattle and oxen found in the region. By extension, the term came to refer to…read more
I cannot love the peppered and smoked dog ENOUGH!!!!Thomas Duder