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I went to Fisherman's for lunch. It's a little inconvenient for the locals, since it's at the end of the pier with the ferris wheel. So go in the tourist off-season. The service was great. They kept my water glass full, and helped me to decide from a couple of menu choices. Their recommendations were spot-on. I had the clam chowder for my first course. It was delicious and chunky, and on par with Pike Place Chowder. Yum. For lunch, I had the Steelhead. The waiter suggested it was a salmon-hybrid fish. If you sometimes like salmon, but prefer a flaky whitefish, you should give this a try. It was delicious with a squeeze of the provided lemon. It was served with a rice pilaf and perfectly cooked/seasoned broccoli. For dessert, I had the mud pie. Meh. It was a chocolate-coffee flavored ice cream with an Oreo crust and whipped cream. You can do better. I would like to have seen pudding, at the least. I will go back to Fisherman's Restaurant. If it's not crazy busy, I recommend that you do so. MoreOpenTable Diner -
I met Saint Patrick that evening! It was my St. Pat's birthday (I turned over a new decade). I had made a reservation with Open Table for four of us a week before the March 17 date. Couldn't wait for that amazing corned beef and cabbage. Unfortunately, on the day of the reservation, I received an email from Open Table saying that they were sorry but my reservation had been canceled and that Paddy Coyne's was closed for St. Pat's Day. I couldn't believe this so I called the restaurant. They said that they were in fact open but that Open Table made a mistake by taking reservations. The restaurant was so crowded that the tables were first come first served. I had already paid for a room at the Edgewater for that night and was very disappointed. At any rate, we gave it a try, and my wife talked to the manager (Patrick) when we arrived explaining the situation. Patrick got us a table within ten minutes and took perfect care of us all evening. We had a wonderful time and the corned beef and cabbage were indeed delicious. Everything was perfect and the four of us had a great time. The only other comment I would make regarding the meal is that the last I was there, it included carrots which has been changed to kale. I with they would go back to the carrots. Thank you Patrick --- you are a saint! MoreOpenTable Diner -
Whether you're looking for some of the finest fresh seafood around or a plate of good old-fashioned comfort food, Belltown is a great neighborhood to indulge your palate. No vehicles are allowed on the waterfront in Belltown, but most people think that's part of its charm. It's a completely walkable area with lots of outdoor seating and potted plants sprinkled throughout. For dining, your options range from sushi and Mediterranean food to Hawaiian and tapas joints. Dine on Italian outdoors by candlelight at a high-end restaurant or stop by a pub for some craft beer and guajillo nachos. If French cuisine is more your style, you'll find some unique local brunch options.