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Etta's, a casual Seattle fish house named after Tom and Jackie's daughter, Loretta, opened in 1995, just half a block north of the Pike Place Market. At Etta's, locals and tourists alike will find the best fish and seafood from the Pacific Northwest's abundant waters, ranging from crispy fish and chips, to spice-rubbed and grilled wild king salmon, to Tom's famous and ever popular crab cakes. Etta's big plate glass windows look out on the bustle of the country's oldest continuous Farmer's Market and a waterfront park. Private dining is available for groups of up to 40 people.
Etta's is amazing. I went here with a few friends and had the most amazing time. Right next door to Pike Place Market, Etta's has the most gorgeous view of the water. People walking by the windows is so much fun for people watching and the small restaurant makes you feel special. I love Etta's.
Vote: BEST Seafood