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The best in urban recreation, arts and culture, sports, dining and shopping is just outside our front doors in downtown Seattle. Outdoor activities abound both in and around the city, including biking, hiking, skiing, boating and whale watching and many more. Seattle is a city with a strong culture of the arts, offering symphony, opera, ballet and professional theatre.

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A thriving music scene exists here, with local and national acts playing in small clubs and major event venues. Seattle also hosts national sports teams, including football, baseball, soccer and women’s basketball.

The city offers an array of annual events that are locally and nationally appealing, drawing huge crowds year after year. The Boat Show, Bite of Seattle, Seafair Festival, Pride Parade, Bumbershoot music festival, Northwest Folklife Festival and numerous film festivals are a tribute to Seattle’s cultural diversity.

Foodies and casual diners alike will delight in Seattle’s culinary offerings. Waterfront dining, informal bistros, historic restaurants, stall vendors at Pike Place Market and the mobile truck trend have all contributed to a city known for excellent cuisine and memorable dining experiences. Award-winning chefs and restaurants abound in each of the city’s distinctive neighborhoods.

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Guide - Restaurants - Seafood

Anthony's HomePort

135 Lake St S, HomePort Marina, Kirkland, WA 98033 425-822-0225

Description: KIRKLAND. Anthony's HomePort enjoys immense popularity thanks largely to a mastery of fresh seafood, vegetables, and salads. Start with garlic herb mussels, and then try chargrilled halibut cheeks, fishermen's cioppino, fettuccine with fresh Dungeness crab, or even a NY steak. For dessert, consider homemade deep-dish apple crisp served with Olympia Mountain cinnamon ice cream. Enjoy great views of the water from inside the restaurant.
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Anthony's Pier 66

2201 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98121 206-448-6688

Description: BELLTOWN. Boasting great waterfront views and an expansive dining area with several distinct venues, this branch of the Anthony's chain is inviting and bright. It also offers outdoor dining when the weather cooperates. The menu features a cornucopia of fresh, well-prepared Northwestern seafood. Among the dishes you'll find are lobster, salmon, Dungeness crab cakes, coconut prawns, and Alaskan halibut. The restaurant also has a good selection of desserts, and cheesecake rates especially high on the list.
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AQUA by El Gaucho

2801 Alaskan Way, Pier 70, Seattle, WA 98121 206-956-9171

Description: WATERFRONT. A bright, open space with sculptural lighting and barrel-backed chairs invites guests to check out great views and a wonderful, seafood-based menu. Although options change depending on what's fresh, you may find oven-roasted Manila clams to start or Northwest oysters served with grapefruit tequila sorbet. Main courses include lobster risotto, Thai seafood stew, and sesame-seared sea bass. If you prefer meat, there's rack of lamb, pork tenderloin, and grilled steaks. Vegetarians are pleased by plank-roasted vegetables, and desserts are eminently rich and satisfying no matter what you choose. Live piano music is a treat nightly from 6pm.
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Chinook's at Salmon Bay

1900 W Nickerson St, Seattle, WA 98119 206-283-4665

Description: QUEEN ANNE. With a prime location at Fishermen's Terminal, this longstanding favorite consistently serves reliable dishes at reasonable prices. A classic is tender, flavorful alder plank-roasted salmon. Since the menu is comprised of whatever is fresh and in season, it's hard to go wrong in choosing; halibut fried in luscious tempura batter, Dungeness crab cakes, and mahi mahi tacos are all delicious. Save room for a generous slice of key lime pie before taking a postprandial stroll on the docks.
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Coho Café

8976 161st Ave NE, Redmond, WA 98052 425-885-2646

Description: REDMOND. This engaging restaurant offers an impressive assortment of healthy seafood entrees. The innovative methods display international influences from the Caribbean and Latin America. Highlights include salmon fillet with mashed potatoes and seafood fettuccine. Non-seafood options are also available. The dessert menu features tiramisu and apple-almond tart.
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Cutters Crabhouse

2001 Western Ave, Pike Place Market, Seattle, WA 98121 206-448-4884

Description: WATERFRONT. Wonderful views of Puget Sound and the Seattle skyline multiply the appeal of this local favorite, whose innovative cuisine capitalizes on fresh seafood. The large menu provides a wealth of options, whether you choose something from the raw bar, steamed or grilled king crab legs, roasted tiger prawns, seafood fettuccine, or Dungeness crab cakes. You'll also find a selection of meat entrees, including grilled Anderson Ranch lamb chops. Travelers and locals alike find Cutters an ideal place to sample the ocean's bounty and Seattle's take on it. You'll also find a bar and a nice range of wines and microbrewed beers.
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Elliott's Oyster House

1201 Alaskan Way, Pier 56, Seattle, WA 98101 206-623-4340

Description: BELLTOWN. True to its handle, this waterfront establishment serves views of bustling Elliott Bay along with its oysters ­ more than 30 varieties. From the outside, Elliott's looks like little more than a shack, but the interior is cozy enough to accommodate lots of folks, especially if a laid-back, casual meal is on the slate. If you're on your own, sidle up to the 21-foot oyster bar for convivial dining. Menu highlights include the aforementioned oysters (prepared just about any way imaginable), crab, lobster, and more. Excellent wine list, too.
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Etta's Seafood

2020 Western Ave, Seattle, WA 98121 206-443-6000

Description: DOWNTOWN. North of Pike Place Market, Etta's is known for its take on superb, fresh-caught seafood. Tourists and locals alike pack the place, and although there's sometimes a wait, the food always compensates for the slight inconvenience. The innovative cuisine features Asian influences and a desire to move beyond traditional preparations. Signature dishes include deep-fried tilapia with scallions and black beans, seared halibut, tuna sashimi, oysters on the half-shell, spice rubbed salmon, and Dungeness crab.
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Flying Fish

300 Westlake Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109 206-728-8595

Description: BELLTOWN. Colorful and airy, this trendy restaurant draws inspiration from Asia as it works magic on fresh seafood. The menu, which changes daily, features dishes in varying sizes and portions, from small plates to large plates and platters. Among them, look for seared sea scallops with black rice cakes, spicy calamari, whole fried red snapper, wok spicy lobster, and Manila clams. You'll also find items like fried chicken, grilled steak, and risotto if you're not a seafood fan. At times, the decibel level can be somewhat high, but in a restaurant of spirit and passion, what's fun without a little noise?
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Lobster Shop ­ Dash Point

6912 Soundview Dr NE, Tacoma, WA 98422 253-927-1513

Description: TACOMA. This waterside restaurant on Tacoma's Dash Point dates from the late '70s, when a local entrepreneur converted a former grocery store into a small seafood restaurant. Thanks largely to word of mouth, the business expanded and he was able to open a second location at the Port of Tacoma. Over the years, the menu has grown and the venues have gotten nicer, but the quality cooking is still there. Dishes like Australian rock lobster tail with sweet cream butter, crab cakes and tiger prawns, and breaded, pan-fried canal oysters earn raves.
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Matt's in the Market

94 Pike St, Pike Place Market, Seattle, WA 98101 206-467-7909

Description: DOWNTOWN. This once-tiny restaurant, greatly expanded in 2007, offers incredible views of the Market and beyond, courtesy of huge, semicircular windows. Flawless seafood is the name of the game, and it's collected fresh from vendors below. Oyster sandwiches, often eaten at the counter, are much-coveted at lunch, and dinner calls forth such delicacies as tortilla-crusted Alaskan halibut, pan-roasted wild salmon, and mussels steamed with chorizo, charmoula, and cava. In the evenings, the atmosphere is candlelit and romantic, although tables are at a premium. Don't leave without treating yourself to the chocolate pot de crème, a signature dessert that's a perfect ending to the fantastic cuisine.
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McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurant

1103 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98101 206-623-5500

Description: DOWNTOWN. As popular a bar as it is a seafood restaurant, this neighborhood eatery is regularly filled with patrons. The interior ­ a study in brass, glass, and sleek wood ­ is warm, inviting, and as clean-lined as a yacht cabin. The seafood served is impeccably fresh, and the menu changes daily. Over 25 fresh catches are available, and whole lobster is a constant bargain. M&S also has one of the best oyster stews in the city, along with icy martinis and a great wine list.
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Palisade

2601 W Marina Pl, Elliott Bay Marina, Seattle, WA 98199 206-285-1000

Description: MAGNOLIA. This restaurant, with its island accents and Polynesian-tinged menu, is a great place to applaud a promotion, celebrate an anniversary, or treat yourself. Views of the city and Puget Sound draw your attention, but the menu has a seductive appeal too. Its emphasis on Northwest cuisine is especially apparent in seafood. Large king crab legs are served on a cedar plank, as is salmon and a number of other entrées. Grilled prawns, Dungeness crab cakes, tuna, and mahi mahi are also among the options you'll agonize over. The creamy seafood chowder is an event in itself ­ make sure to try it.
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Ponti Seafood Grill

3014 3rd Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109 206-284-3000

Description: LAKE UNION. Tucked beneath the Fremont Bridge and looking across the Ship Canal, Ponti is almost geographically compelled to offer seafood. It's the restaurant's treatment of it, though, that gives the place such fame. Ponti combines European and Asian culinary traditions, creating intriguing dishes like Dungeness crab spring rolls, Thai curry penne with grilled scallops, and grilled ahi tuna with black Thai rice. You'll also find grilled wild salmon, dry-aged New York steaks, and broiled Australian lobster tail. Make sure to try the bacon-tinged clam chowder, a house specialty.
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Ray's Boathouse

6049 Seaview Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107 206-789-3770

Description: SHILSHOLE. A quintessential Seattle experience is having a meal at Ray's. Views of the mountains and the water, especially in sunset's glow, thrill diners almost as much as the cuisine. While many dishes have Asian flair (like pan-seared scallops in green curry or kasu-marinated black cod), others revel in simple preparations, like oysters on the half-shell, crab cakes, and grilled wild salmon. The downstairs venue offers upscale dining; the cafe upstairs is a bit more casual. A wonderful wine list ensures that you'll have a terrific vintage to complement the food.
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Sea Garden

509 7th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104 206-623-2100

Description: INTERNATIONAL DISTRICT. Popular Sea Garden has a varied menu that always incorporates the freshest seafood available. Highly recommended dishes include crab in black bean sauce, Eight Treasure casserole, Double Pleasure flounder (this one includes the head), and an exotic jellyfish appetizer. Choose your meal from the tank out front and then settle into the spacious, modern dining room. A full bar is available.
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Seastar Restaurant & Raw Bar

2121 Terry Ave, Pan Pacific Hotel, Seattle, WA 98121 206-462-4364

Description: BELLTOWN. The second Seastar restaurant opened by chef John Howie, this upscale establishment features muted wooden tones and glass accents that create a flowing dining room. Freshly prepared seafood is immaculately presented, and there's even an extensive raw menu to boot. Diners can expect dishes like reggiano parmigiano crusted halibut, cedar-plank roasted Alaskan king crab legs and mahi-mahi with a cucumber macadamia nut relish.
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Shuckers

411 University St, Fairmont Olympic Hotel, Seattle, WA 98101 206-621-1984

Description: DOWNTOWN. The downtown crowd has plenty to choose from when it comes to restaurants, but the options narrow when the subject of "the best oysters in town" is broached. This Seattle standby holds its own in the face of myriad newbies that have popped up over the years. Clubby and suave in an old-fashioned way, Shuckers takes oysters seriously, whether steamed, pan-fried, or just plain raw. For those who don't dig shucking, options like beer-battered fish and chips, seared ahi tuna with wasabi salad, fried calamari, and the signature Northwest seafood chowder are wise bets.
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Sunfish

2800 Alki Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116 206-938-4112

Description: WEST SEATTLE. This seafood shack, known for its pub-style fish and chips and its scrumptious fish kebabs, offers a casual, unpretentious setting. Great prices and relatively sparse traffic give the place added interest, especially for locals trying to escape more touristy places closer to town. Friendly, speedy service and decent prices add to the overall appeal. For a real treat, get your order to go, and then head across to the beach for a seaside picnic.
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The Brooklyn Seafood, Steak & Oyster House

1212 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98101 206-224-7000

Description: DOWNTOWN. This classic Seattle steakhouse is a grand destination for diners looking to impress important clients. The saloon-meets-supper club decor features a copper counter with swivel stools and elegant tables dressed in white linens. While cooked-to order steaks, ribs, and chops are well prepared, fish and seafood really earn Brooklyn its many years of high praise ­ oysters, in particular, are a must-try. Dinner reservations are suggested.
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