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Little Chinook's

Little Chinook’s is a seafood spot on the marina, and they’re very serious about fish and chips. Hopefully you are, too. You can get true cod, ling cod, prawns, salmon, halibut, clam strips, or oysters—all with really good battered fries that taste like what would happen if curly fries got a blowout at the salon. You can’t go wrong with anything here, but the crispy tempura on the wild salmon is a winner. Sit outside and pick out which yacht you’d want to live on.

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