WATERFRONT street food
Seafood dominates street food options along the waterfront. The distance between Piers 54 and 70 is about one mile. You can walk this whole, flat and open stretch without crossing a single street, so lace up and find the spot that stimulates your taste buds. Most places reviewed below offer easy parking in front for picking up; delivery service; online ordering; and outdoor seating. Thank you for supporting our local businesses!
IVAR'S FISH BAR - PIER 54
Ivar’s is a Seattle institution and one of its best known street food outlets. It all started here at Pier 54 more than 70 years ago. Fish, chips and chowder at Pier 54 are de rigueur. Located next to the ferry terminal and Fire Station No. 5. See Ivar’s Fish Bar website for details.
premier meat pies - PIER 54
Premier Meat Pies is a relative newcomer to the Seattle waterfront. It has quickly gained a following for its flaky meat pies. The recipes at this Pier 54 chophouse are tried and true. See Premier Meat Pies’ website for details.
WING DOME - pier 56
Can you guess the specialty at Wing Dome since 1994? Wings have come to Seattle’s waterfront and they are delicious. Well worth the trip! Brought to y0u by the same team of leading hospitality professionals behind Elliott’s Oyster House (also on Pier 56). See Wing Dome’s website for details.
Salmon and Seattle are synonymous, and the Salmon Cooker is synonymous with fresh seafood for the whole family! Salmon, halibut, and cod from the northwest and Alaska are cooked in the traditional way, over a wood fire where you can see and smell it! Order right from the promenade and take in Seattle’s beautiful waterfront views with plenty of seating. See the Salmom Cooker’s website for menu and hours.
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