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unemployed but looking for good seafood joints!!!!

june | Mar 29, 200301:27 PM     3

hey,

just joining the ranks here,along with a growing army of ppl :) here's my problem: i'd like to go eat out occasionally, but find most places to be expensive when it comes to good seafood. i like all types:shellfish, salmon,halibut,swordfish...also chinese, italian, greek.any ideas on where i might go so it won't break my (almost non-existent) budget, and not get a stomachache?

also,i'm willing to check out some wholesale/retail prices on fish markets, so if anybody has good experience with a reputable fishmonger, please let me know.i've heard of mutual fish downtown (haven't been yet) and central market near aurora (good place),otherwise have no idea.pike place is too far and too busy for regular visits.any help would be WELCOME!

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