photo credit: Alki Spud

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Spud Fish & Chips


2666 Alki Ave SW, Seattle
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One of the best things about this seafood shack on Alki is all of the old pictures and maps hanging on the wall showing how West Seattle looked back when the restaurant first opened in 1935. A lot has happened since then, like the second story they added (oh, and also the internet).

But the very best thing about Spud? Their fried halibut, which is worth paying a few extra dollars for. The fish is super flaky and tender with a well-seasoned, crispy batter. Plus, oftentimes you’ll get absolutely massive pieces, which feels like winning the lottery, only your prize is delicious meaty halibut instead of eternal wealth.

Come here for a quick lunch to sample some of the best fish and chips in the city. Spud also works well as a place to bring out of towners to eat seafood and look at the Seattle skyline if Marination Ma Kai is slammed.

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photo credit: Alki Spud

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