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Pike Street Fish Fry flies high

Like fried seafood, but not the heads? For those who are a little squeamish about such a seafood order, here’s an excellent alternative: Pike Street Fish Fry. Check out the colorful blackboard to see what’s been swimming, and then step up to the counter to…
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Cult of the Crab at Waterfront Seafood Grill

Did I just have a meal re-run? Several months ago, I reported on Lobsterpalooza at Waterfront Seafood Grill. Recently, the fine folks at WSG invited me back to sample from their “Cult of the Crab” menu, which is running the month of March. (It may…
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Extra Bites: Seafood in Seattle

One of the reasons I moved to the Seattle ten years ago was to enjoy the bounty of food I can find in the Pacific Northwest, including the seafood. Now that I’m racing around to so many restaurants in the area, I’m constantly eating crab,…
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Dishin’: Lobsterpalooza at Waterfront Seafood Grill

Last month, we were in Castine, Maine, savoring a lobster roll sandwich not far from where the crustaceans are caught. Not much atmosphere: picnic tables, self-service, wet naps, and static-filled music from a portable radio. But the sandwich was good. We knew it would be…
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Dishin’: Shucker’s and Self-Huckstering

Realizing we’re in the midst of the “R” months, we had a sudden craving for happy hour oysters. But where? Recalling a recent review, we Googled “shucker’s happy hour oysters” and quickly jumped on a bus after reading the first result: a June reprint of…
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Belfast, Maine: Young’s Lobster Pound

I’m still trying to catch up on blogging some September meals on the road. But as it’s a new month, I thought I’d try to set a goal of writing up food reports as they happen (whenever possible). So…today I’m in Maine, having traveled from…
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How It Cooks at Little Chinook’s

Following last week’s swanky sushi soiree in Madison Park, it was time for us to get back to our roots. We wanted something more worker-class. Inspired by Seattlest’s spirited discussion of fish and chips, we decided to go to Little Chinook’s at Fishermen’s Terminal. Nishino…
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Dishin’: Noshin’ at Nishino

Still in the fish club of sorts, we snuck into Nishino at the very end of the November 25 for $25 promotion. This was a big step for Seattlest. Lucky of late to make frequent trips to Japan, we’ve been hesitant to spend our hard-earned…
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Dishin’: Something Fishy at this Club

To 25 for $25, or not to 25 for $25: That is the question. And subject of some debate. We’re always tempted by the big names that are participating, but hesitant due to occasional reports of sub-par service and small portions. (Nishino is notorious for…
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