Seatown Seabar & Rotisserie
Seattle, WA 98121
Seattle Weekly's Description
The seventh restaurant in the tasty Tom Douglas empire, Seatown continues Mr. D's mission to dish up delicious food with gracious service. Belly up to the breakfast counter to check out McMuffin-like sandwiches that showcase porchetta, sable fish or feta cheese and Billy's juicy tomatoes. When the lunch and dinner hours roll around, there's sandwiches and an assortment of smoked and cured seafood, but the menu changes often, reflecting the seasons. Next door, the rotisserie rocks, cranking out pancetta-wrapped rabbit, ancho-spiced goat, sage turkey thighs and rib roasts, served on different days of the week. There's also a daily pot pie special and assorted sides, including cheese grits made rich by Beecher's jack. The outdoor tables offer the best sidewalk dining in the Pike Place Market neighborhood.
Tips from foursquare
It's open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. See the "Wild Thing" -- described only as "Dungeness crab, avocado, tobiko."
As one of Seattle Weekly's 2011 Favorite Restaurants we'd recommend the Potted Tuna! A small souffle cup of packed albacore sealed under a cap of barely melted duck fat and served with bias-cut slabs
Get some oysters!
Side walk dining with class. Gotta love it!
Crab was great!! Very nice servers too
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