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About Etta's Seafood
Owner Tom Douglas is a Seattle icon. Douglas is an American chef, restaurateur, author, and radio talk show host. Two-time James Beard Award winner and Iron Chef winner, Douglas is known for his love of quality local and sustainable ingredients, as well as serving deliciousness with graciousness. Etta's is dedicated to supporting sustainable fisheries and farming practices. We offer the best of Wasingotn's wineries and breweries, curing and smoking our own meat and fish, and making every one of our breads and desserts.
Seattle, WA 98121
Seafood, Northwest, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday: 9:00am - 3:00pm.
Lunch: Daily: 11:30am - 3:00pm.
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 3:00pm - 9:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 3:00pm - 10:00pm.
Virginia and Lenora
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Street parking is free after 8PM and all day on Sunday. There is an underground public lot at Western & Lenora.
Private Party Facilities:
Etta's is a great space for a private party for 50-100 people! Please feel free to email Gretchen at email@example.com for more details!
Private Party Contact:
Gretchen Geisness: (206) 433-6000
Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Etta's Seafood Ratings and Reviews
Last couple of times I was there they really dropped the ball. The benedicts were overcooked, the crabcakes had almost no crab meat. so I let a year pass before going back. This time I was happy with the portions, the eggs were poached perfectly and overall the food was better. The Bavarian meat bacon is really good. Worth going for brunch for sure.
We have been enjoying brunch at Etta's for year's. My husband always orders the crabs egg benedict and loves it! I am disappointed that the pike market scramble is no longer on the menu. It was my go to. But I like Etta's enough to keep coming back for more.
Waiter was distracted but nice. Didn’t care for location of our table but they were too busy to move us even though we had a reservation. The food presentation was sloppy. I eat here quite often and was disappointed overall in this particular Saturday night.
I had a horrible experience at this Resturant. The hostess we great when we arrived. However, our waitress was forgetful and impolite. I had to ask for water and silverware two time for her to forget the lemons. I order shrimp which was over cooked and my guest ordered salmon which was dried out. The emphasis was placed on the 20% mandatory gratuity vs quality service. I ordered a hot tea and she forgot the tea bag, sugar, and honey. We only received hot water. Horrible night , not a good choice.
I love Etta’s - great location, yummy food, and when you’ve stuffed yourself with the deliciousness, you can take a leisurely walk to Pike Place Market. There are two things to come to Etta’s for: brunch and Dungeness crab - or you could combine both by ordering the Dungeness crab Benedict. Their shrimp & grits and the corned beef hash are also excellent choices for brunch, and anything with crab at lunch and dinner will it disappoint. Don’t forget to add the dahlias bakery bread to your meal – the bread is warm and crusty and comes with this butter, salt, and olive oil mix that’s absolutely fantastic. Their menu changes seasonally, so if you come now, I would definitely recommend the bittersweet chocolate panna cotta for dessert. I love coming to Etta’s so I’m pretty sure I’ll be back before long.
We were a party of four. Three out of four meals were very good. The fourth meal was the rock fish. It was supposed to be 'pan seared' but was left way too long on one side and not all on the other. It was tough and dry. I would have sent it back but the presentation time was too long and I did not want wait for a replacement.
We started with banana bread and it was delicious. It was warm came with whipped vanilla butter. There is a kids menu that has nice options and the portions were perfect. The crab was fresh on the crab Benedict. It was a busy Sunday and we were glad we made reservations.
This is our first visit since the mandatory 20% tip. The order was taken and the food delivered. Slowly. No greeting, no eye contact, no congeniality of any form. What was good food was served warm rather than hot. This occurred even when the dinning room was not busy. The final insult was a long delay in delivery of the bill, with the required surcharge.
This is the first time in 27 years of dinning with Tom Douglas that I have left unhappy. Given the tarrif, and my limited hard earned dollars, I am far less likely to return.
We had dinner of tuna sashimi, creamy chowder, Dungeness crab salad, their salmon and a few drinks with alcohol. The food was delicious; service was slow. They automatically add 20% gratuity to all checks. The restaurant was listed as $$ for $30 & under but should be listed as $$$. Meal was over $150, and we shared the main dish. Ideal for a special occasion at a leisurely pace.
I hadn't been to Etta's brunch in a long time and had forgotten how good it was. Our eggs benedict (1 with fried green tomatoes, 1 with crab) were excellent--flavorful, but not overpowering. And our friend's corned beef hash was amazing, with large chunks of meat and nice roasted potatoes. We would go back soon.
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