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Where to dine?: Palisade, Flying Fish, Etta's, Ray's...and some good old Starbucks too!!!

Eric | Apr 21, 200404:42 PM     8

Thanks to the help of some fellow posters on this site, I've narrowed it down to some seafood restaurants that I want to try: 1.)Palisade, 2.)Flying Fish, 3.)Etta's Seafood, or 4.)Ray's Boathouse.

So out of the 4, which 2 would you guys recommend as being the best places for seafood. Ambience isn't important to me, the food is. And yes, I HAVE already searched through the older threads(spent the past 1.5 hours doing so), but I would greatly appreciate any recommendations from fellow posters on here who have tried any of these places. Any specific entrees you'd recommend?

And finally...where's the original Starbucks shop located at? Is it at Pike Place Market? Yes, I know, there's better coffee in Seattle, but the girlfriend LOVVVVVVVVVVVES Starbucks, and I promised her we'd go to the "first Starbucks" :P

Thanks again everyone!

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