Seattle is synonymous with seafood, and anyone who visits from out of town naturally wants to know where the city’s best seafood is. But that’s a tricky question. Few places are really “seafood restaurants”; instead, fish and shellfish work their way into nearly every menu around Puget Sound. This includes oysters on the half shell at too many happy hours to count, crab and geoduck served as high-end delicacies, and sandwiches where freshly caught salmon or tuna is the star ingredient. A “best seafood in Seattle” map would pretty much just be a map of Seattle. So consider this a sampler platter of some of what the city has to offer across several different styles of cuisine and price point.
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