- Serving clam chowder, fish-and-chips, oysters on the half shell and Guinness, this charming restaurant does all the cheap seafood standards better than anywhere else in a pleasant spot in Pike Place Market. In winter you can sit inside at a booth with a checkered tablecloth. In summer the little outdoor patio, really a dip in the hillside terrace under the trees, offers a peaceful oasis away from the market crowds.
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One cannot think of Seattle without thinking of seafood. If you are in the mood for fresh oysters, mussels, clams or fresh salmon, prawns, fish and chips or chowder, then you must visit Emmett Watson's Oyster Bar in Pike Place Market. Across the street from sweeping Puget Sound views, through the double doors north of the original Starbucks at the north end of the Market, Emmett's can be a tough find, but it's worth the hunt. Truly an original, Emmett's has character-blue and white picnic tablecloths; the menu itself written on brown paper bags and local college paraphernalia covering the walls. Celebrating over 30 years in Pike Place Market, Emmett Watson's Oyster Bar offers incredibly reasonable prices. Prices on the oysters are so reasonable that it's always happy hour Emmett's. For great seafood and a unique Seattle experience, see you at Emmett Watson's Oyster Bar!
- 31 Years in Pike Place Market
- Fresh Oysters & Seafood
- Incredibly Reasonable Prices