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Seafood Restaurant$$
Today 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
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2020 Western Ave Seattle, WA 98121
2020 Western AvenueUSWashingtonSeattle98121
$$Seafood Restaurant, BarToday 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 9:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 9:00 pmFriday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, 4:00 – 10:00 pmSunday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, 4:00 – 9:00 pm
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Casual Pacific NW eatery near Pike Place Market serves signature spice-rubbed salmon & crab cakes.- Google
"I came in to try their famous Coconut Cream Pie $9 and I loved it (4 stars."
"Good service until our waitress spilled red wine all over my friend."
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Jen H
2 weeks ago
Casual meet fancy? Etta's located on Western Ave, just south of the Market and the original Starbucks. Etta has a nice view of the Bay, especially if you're sitting at the bar or by the window (Patio seating also available). I came in to try their famous Coconut Cream Pie $9 and I loved it (4 stars). I'm not a big coconut person, but this pie was creamy and filed my pallet with sweet texture. Another plus for Etta's is the option of ordering 1/2 pint of beer ($4) versus a full pint. Their cocktail quality is also decent (4 stars) - Gin Mule $10 Service here was friendly, but I haven't had a bad experience in Seattle yet. My bartender/server, Jennifer, was patient and friendly when we were deciding what to order. Etta's feels more commercialized than your daily mom and pop store, but the friendly service and yummy pie will bring me back here one day!
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in the last week
The food here was above average, but not worth the price IMO. I had the crab cake which tasted fresh but was such a small serving for the price that you pay. My friend had the fish and chips which looked alot better and the size was good also.
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Joshua Preznik
3 months ago
I have never really been into oysters, but when I came to this place I knew I had to try them. They were fresh, and they explained all the different types of oysters to me. If you are looking for oysters in Seattle this should be a place you should definitely try.
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Chip Weisel
7 months ago
Joelle provided great service. The oysters and Dungeness crab were very good. And the "Rub with Love" Salmon was fantastic. Great food. Good value.
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Dianna Chou
3 months ago
Food: The shindig is great (Tuesday night special): in bento box style: lump crab wedge salad, steamed mussels and clams, ramen with shrimp and I did the add-on of crab's legs. Super yummy and reasonably filling. It also had a dessert that came after - sorbet with crispy praline. 3 jumbo shrimp grilled well On top of some noodles with ginger and scallion Mussels and clams pretty fresh and tender (mussels were better) The dungeness crab wedge salad is very good too. Several large chunks of crab and a tasty dressing. Dressing is on the heavier side though so it night be good to ask for it on the side. I got the additional crab legs for 8$ too. It was a half serving of legs - 5 pieces including a claw. Pretty good. The house specialty spiced salmon was a bit over cooked/dry. Service: - good.
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Jamie McDaniels
2 months ago
my favorite part of my first trip to Seattle. some of the best food and wine I've ever had. you must eat here. it's next to pike market and the water, which adds to the appeal
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Richard Morrow
in the last week
Had an amazing dinner here. Service was great and we had a great table
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Sam DeLiso
12 months ago
The most sub par TD experience I've had yet....After making a dinner reservation for 6pm on a Friday evening when my family arrived into town, we arrived at a nearly completely empty restaurant (all except for the bar) with an excessive amount of staff wandering around waiting on the 4 people sipping beers out front. They do not have outside seating for parties of 2+, which was a letdown on one of Seattle's beautiful sunny days. Etta's advertises their "Crabby Hour" with a big sign right out front, then disappoints the majority of potential patrons with their lack of available bar seating (where happy hour deals are exclusively offered of course). Our party of 4 could not be accommodated because the meager 8-10 seats at the bar were all full. No tables, no two-tops, just bar stools for happy hour...extremely disappointing! So, after no outside tables were available or happy hour seating for my party of four...great, still starving so we still browsed through the menus. The mussels, clams, and oysters were all mediocre at best. Those prepared were not unique tasting at all and the raw oysters (mignonette and lemon) tasted as if they were out all day in the sun sitting on tepid melting ice....I would recommend Taylor Shellfish in cap hill any day over TD seafood! After numerous disappointments we threw in the towel and decided to go elsewhere... Many one of other 3 TD establishments within a half minute walk away... Or not! Although I send travelers and tourists to TD restaurants all day long, I will be thinking twice or thrice before suggesting Etta's again.
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