25 "Seafood" Restaurants in Seattle.
There are a lot of oysters in Seattle, and Walrus And The Carpenter has some of the very best. Hit the Ballard spot for excellent seafood and drinks.
Manolin is a beautiful seafood-focused restaurant in Fremont. It’s strangely affordable, and you can use it for just about any dining situation.
Seastar in Bellevue is a fancy seafood place where you should be using a corporate card.
Aqua is a Downtown waterfront seafood restaurant that’s perfect for impressing people who need to be impressed.
Besides being in a highly attractive space, Shaker + Spear also has excellent seafood. It’s a great spot for a nicer group dinner in Belltown.
The seafood at 100 Pound Clam in South Lake is great. Just know you’ll be eating it next to a screaming two-year-old and a dad wearing Sperry’s.
Matt’s In The Market is a Pike Place institution for seafood and upscale American dishes.
Ray’s doesn’t have the best seafood in Seattle (or even Ballard), but when the sun comes out, the patio here is where you want to be.
There’s no doubt that Elliot’s Oyster House is fratty, but the excellent patio and quality seafood means it’s still a good place to hang downtown.
The Whale Wins isn’t the best spot in Wallingford, but the veggie-focused menu is good for something light. And the patio is highly charming.
Ballard Annex Oyster house has good happy hour vibes, but not great food. You can find better oysters elsewhere.
Duke’s Seafood & Chowder is a Seattle seafood institution in Green Lake.
Hitchcock is a Bainbridge Island restaurant serving American food, including oysters and pasta.
Mr. Lu’s is a casual burger and seafood restaurant in the University District.
The Mountaineering Club is a camping-themed cocktail bar in the University District that serves seafood and sandwiches.