Seafood Restaurants in Centralia

Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Burgers and Seafood at Pepperdock Restaurant ($30 Value)

Pepperdock Restaurant

Alki

Hamburgers, hot dogs, fish and chips, steak sandwiches, and ice-cream floats

$10 $6

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Seafood and American Food at Acquabar Bistro and Lounge (Up to 56% Off). Two Options Available.

Acquabar Bistro and Lounge

Belltown

Regional ingredients star in dishes such as fish and chips or grilled salmon, and inventive cocktails spotlight fresh juices

$25 $11

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Seafood and Steaks at Cutters Crabhouse (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.

Cutters Crabhouse

Pike Place Market

Look out on Mt. Rainier and Elliott Bay while dining on herb-butter-basted king crab legs, asiago-almond scallops, and filet medallions

$50 $30

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$20 for $30 Worth of American Food and Drinks for Dinner at Maggie Bluffs

Maggie Bluffs

Seattle

Backdropped by sailboats lounging in the marina, guests dine on burgers and brews, Alaskan cod and chips, street-style tacos, and crabcakes

$30 $20

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$59 for One Ocean Tower Sampler Dinner at Palisade ($69 Value)

Palisade

Seattle

Enjoy lobster, oysters, prawn cocktail, ahi poke, and ocean salad in a restaurant with stunning views of Elliot Bay and the city skyline

$69 $59

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$30 for $50 Worth of Seafood Toward Dinner at Todd's Crab Cracker

Todd's Crab Cracker

Park Place Shopping Center

Glazed salmon bites, stuffed prawns, mixed seafood grill, Cajun pasta, cedar planked king salmon, steamed lobster tail, and filet mignon

$50 $30

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$9 for $16 Worth of Louisiana-Style Seafood and Drinks at My Brother's Crawfish

My Brother's Crawfish

Southern Creol in the Portland

Mardi Gras–themed eatery serves jambalaya, gumbo, po’ boys, and other Louisiana seafood staples

$16 $9

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$14 for Fish and Chips for Two at Portland Seafood Company ($21.98 Value)

Portland Seafood Company

Mall 205

Fresh Alaskan cod dipped in Widmer Hefeweizen beer batter and fried in 100% fat-free oil

$21.98 $14

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$14 for Fish and Chips for Two at Portland Seafood Company ($21.98 Value)

Portland Seafood Company

Washington Square

Fresh Alaskan cod dipped in Widmer Hefeweizen beer batter and fried in 100% fat-free oil

$21.98 $14

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Select Local Merchants

Classic Skippers recipe Fish,Shrimp and Clam Chowder also at this location 1/3 pound gourmet burgers

2601 NE Kresky Ave
Chehalis,
WA
US

Set in Rosebud, a 19th-century mining town, Boom Town takes audiences 145 years back in time on a whimsical Old West adventure. World-class circus performers, including many drawn from the ranks of Cirque du Soleil, use mining equipment and other colorful props to execute a variety of stunts and maneuvers worthy of double, triple, and quadruple takes. The acrobatic action takes place within the fittingly historical walls of the venerable Pantages Theater, a former vaudeville venue and movie house. Before or after the show, head down the street to Pacific Grill, where chef/owner Gordon Naccarato oversees a menu rich in nautical delicacies such as weathervane scallops ($30) and turf-based tastes including grilled lamb T-bone chops ($32).

1502 Pacific Ave
Tacoma,
WA
US

Like a shape-shifter with ADD, executive chef and Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Institute graduate Matt Colony's menu changes constantly, taking inspiration from legendary steakhouses while drawing from a rich array of local ingredients. Maxwell's most recent board of fare opened with delicacies such as smoked eggplant and white bean puree ($7), a selection of house-pickled vegetables ($5), and seared yellow fin ahi tuna ($14) with warm red-lentil puree. The curtain the raised on signature steaks of 16-ounce rib eye ($29), 7-ounce filet mignon ($30), and 10-ounce flat iron ($23)—all cooked to order and side-kicked with horseradish-infused whipped potatoes, sautéed vegetables, sherry mushroom sauce, and fried onion rings. If ordering the cider-brined pork chop ($19) has you worried that the pig's relatives will hunt you down and seek vengeance, Maxwell's features a slew of seafaring sea fare such as pan-seared weathervane scallops ($26), sautéed Alaskan halibut ($25), and Maxwell's chioppino ($25)—which hosts a pool party of steamed clams, mussels, shrimp, roasted sockeye salmon, and half grilled lobster tail in spicy fennel-tomato broth amid grilled sourdough bread. All dishes can find a leggy tango partner on Maxwell's wine list, but bring a back-up stomach for a decadent dessert of custard-soaked cinnamon-roll bread pudding ($7) or the crème brûlée of the day ($5).

454 St Helens Ave
Tacoma,
WA
US

Woody's owners Coy Wood and Thomas Johnson have partnered to bring new life to the Thea Foss Waterway, using much of the new life you'd find in the waterway itself. As such, they've created a sumptuous dinner menu with fresh seafood as its main attraction. Launch your stomach-yacht with some tipsy steamer clams in white wine and fresh herbs ($9) or a sampler platter of smoked salmon, crab cake, and coconut shrimp ($14) before sailing on to local favorites such as Provencal-crusted Alaskan halibut with a shiitake-mushroom cream reduction ($26) and fresh Canadian coho salmon char broiled with shallot garlic butter ($19). Landlubbers can keep it traditional with a Woody's 8-ounce top-sirloin steak in a brandy-mushroom-peppercorn demi-glace ($17) or light up their palate with cognac chicken supreme ($15). Bored diners, meanwhile, can build their own Alien face-hugger out of a steak and crab legs combination platter ($29). Woody's also offers a lighter but no less seaworthy lunch menu of salads, sandwiches, and pastas, plus a gluten-free menu that pairs well with a bottle of Bard's Tale gluten-free beer.

1715 Dock St
Tacoma,
WA
US

Stanley and Seafort's is an ambitious culinary establishment that specializes in savory steak, succulent chops, and fresh-caught fish. The ambient atmosphere is warm and welcoming while still maintaining an air of formality, making Stanley’s a multifunctional dining establishment that’s suitable for dates, business meetings, and weekend brunches. Set atop a hill, Stanley’s give diners a magnificent view of Tacoma. All steaks are custom aged cuts of prime USDA-rated beef with favorites being the charbroiled rib-eye with oven roasted mini peppers and the seared peppercorn New York steak. Memorable non-steak menu items include the creamy crab and artichoke spread, the crunchy sour dough and the hearty and satiating French onion soup.

115 E 34th St.
Tacoma,
WA
US

Enjoy a glamorous and unique experience at El Gaucho in Tacoma. This is a premier restaurant that specializes in preparing the highest quality steaks and beef. They set the scene at El Gaucho with lovely, warm, decor of deep reds and white tablecloths. Steaks are prepared of a traditional hot-coal flame in their exhibition styled kitchen. The menu is frequently updated in order to account for seasonal and fresh ingredients. Taste their sea scallops in beurre blanc, and a chateaubriand for two carved table-side. Steamed asparagus, mushroom risotto, and decadent lobster mashed potatoes all serve to enhance the delicious experience. Their dishes are classic—with a twist—at El Gaucho.

2119 Pacific Ave
Tacoma,
WA
US