Seattle >Etta's Seafood
As the name suggests, seafood is king at this bustling restaurant that's part of the Tom Douglas treasure chest. But there's also plenty of turf, too. Crabby Hour offers some fine bites at prices that won't bust your budget. And the Hangtown Fry at brunch is a tasty reason to roll out of bed for weekend brunch. Save room for dessert!
This is a great place to fuel up on everything from a burger to eggs benedict before perusing the Pike Place Market stands.
Delicious crab cakes and! Crabby Hour - crab deals Mon-Fri 3-5pm.
So Fun!. We brought the whole family and everyone loved their food. The service was outstanding. The best part was the salmon with corn bread pudding!
Not worth much. We went to Etta's in great anticipation for Mother's Day as a treat to my mother-in-law. What a disappointment! Even though we had reservations, we still had to wait about 20 minutes. When we were finally seated, it was at least 10 minutes before we were even served water. The meal itself consisted of tiny, tiny portions. Once our meal arrived to our table, the waitress never came back to see how we were doing. We were ignored. We had to wave our hands for a check. We were totally forgotten. I will not go back there. We literally left the restaurant hungry at the end of the meal, and we even added an appetizer! The only good thing about it is the nice location near the Market, but the food and service totally sucked, on a day that was supposed to be "special".
Overrated. We came for a relaxing weekend from Houston and wanted to come to a popular downtown Seattle restaurant. A couple of people recommended Etta's, so we dined there for lunch. The menu was disappointing. It was very limited and not very innovative. The oysters we had for an appetizer were "fishy". I had the Salmon Cake special - it was okay, but nothing special. You did get a lot of food for the price though. My wife had a selection from the Brunch" section, and she thought hers was okay, but nothing special. Again, a lot of food but for the price and the quality, I would not consider it Seattle's elite.
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