Located in Seattle’s historic waterfront, on Pier 57, The Crab Pot has been in business for over 30 years, serving up some of the best seafood the NorthWest has to offer.
This restaurant is a must for your two days in Seattle getaway. Famous for their Sea Feasts – an over flowing bowl filled with your choice of seafood, potatoes, sausages and corn on the cob – this is the place to try if you’re a sea food lover.
The seafood is super fresh, and comes steaming hot in a steel bowl that proceeds to be dumped on the table in front of you. You’re provided with bibs, lots of paper towels and a mallet. Tons of fun.
As soon as you’re seated, a server will bring a hot loaf of fresh sourdough bread. The bread is so good, and a perfect pairing for what’s to happen next.
The restaurant has a vast menu, but why mess with perfection when you can have it all? Go with one of the Sea Feasts. My favourite is called The Westport and comes with Dungeness and Snow Crab, Shrimp in the shell, Clams, Mussels, Andouille Sausage, sweet corn on the cob and red potatoes. for $25.95 per person, you can’t go wrong.