Top 5 Places To Get The Best Seafood In Seattle


Seattle has the best seafood in the entire world! Don’t believe me? Next time you’re in the Emerald City check out these top 5 places to get a hold of some of that tasty crab, shrimp and even oysters. Can you say yum? Warning before reading this article, you may drool all over your keyboard.

1. The Crab Pot

This place is good they give you a bib and a disposable table cloth before eating. They know you’re about to be so consumed with delicious seafood that you won’t be able to contain yourself. Order a bucket meal and have it thrown right in front of you, no plates getting in your way. These meals are full of oysters, crab legs, shrimp and lobster. You’re giving a bowl of butter and a tiny mallet so that you can get all that tasty meat out. This place is more than a restaurant, it’s an experience.

Seattle is known for its seafood. Get some of the best seafood in the entire world while visiting the Emerald City.

2.  Seatown, Market Diner

Settle in because this place has you covered all year round. Enjoy their shrimp cocktails on the deck this summer and savoury chowder in the winter. Save room though, because they also have chilled buckets of crab for you to enjoy. Located in the pike place market you can enjoy your meal while enjoying the views of Seattle. Get comfortable because you’re about to do some serious eating. Book private dining today through their website if you’re looking for a more intimate experience. You can also book a table for one if you don’t feel like sharing.

Seattle is known for its seafood. Get some of the best seafood in the entire world while visiting the Emerald City.

3. Elliott’s Oyster House

If you’re looking for Oysters then why not go to the number one oyster house in the entire country? That’s right located right in Seattle, 1201 Alaskan Way, this five-star dining establishment has oysters everyone will enjoy. Come for the food, but stay for the views. Located on a beautiful dock Elliot’s offers outside seating so that you can stare off into the ocean while you’re food is being cooked. The only thing that will make your night less romantic is the sound of people sucking on oysters. But when they taste this good, the noise is acceptable.

Seattle is known for its seafood. Get some of the best seafood in the entire world while visiting the Emerald City.

4. The Brooklyn Seafood, Steak & Oyster House

Are you craving seafood, but your date would rather tear into a medium rare steak? The Brooklyn Seafood, Steak & Oyster House in Seattle is the perfect place for this night out. You can enjoy the catch of the day, mouth-watering crab and oysters, while your partner can get a steak the way they want it cooked. At this seafood house, there is truly something for everyone. Check them out today, happy hour is from 4pm – 6pm. I’ll probably see you there.

Seattle is known for its seafood. Get some of the best seafood in the entire world while visiting the Emerald City.

5. Shuckers

This oyster and seafood house is the 2019 winner of diner’s choice. It’s all in the amazing chowder, fresh selection of seafood and wonderful service. Try out beer battered fish & chips if you’re looking to find your new favourite meal. Not sure what you have or what’s good? They have a daily oyster board that lets educates you on oyster knowledge. The more you know! Don’t miss out on this amazing restaurant the next time you’re in Seattle. Located right at 411 University Street, you won’t be able to miss their big black sign and adorable patio.

Seattle is known for its seafood. Get some of the best seafood in the entire world while visiting the Emerald City.

Did this article make you hungry for seafood? Craving some fresh fish like a shark who hasn’t eaten in a few days. I hope you have found a few new places to check off on your food bucket list in Seattle.

Where is your favourite place to eat in Seattle? Comment below!

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