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With blackened salmon sandwiches described as “heaven…rich with salmon flavor but also spicy” by the New York Times, Ballard Brothers showcases a mastery of Cajun cooking in their menu of fresh seafood filets and local, natural, grass-fed chopped steak burgers. Their meals have been a staple of Seattle festivals since 1987, gracing the streets with golden fried cod and flame-broiled burgers topped with homemade tartar and Cajun sauce, applewood bacon, or Hawaiian sauce. Diners can enjoy draft pints in their dining room alongside baskets of fried scallops or oysters on luscious beds of fries. All their seafood is wild and sustainable, and everything they serve is packaged with biodegradable materials and cutlery to protect both the environment and patrons from dreams haunted by plastic forks.
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