The taste of delicious Northwest and Alaskan halibut and cod, battered and fried to a crispy brown, with hand cut fries! Delicious. Here’s where we like to go for that pub-style treat!

Alki Spud Fish and Chips
2666 Alki Avenue SW
Seattle, WA 98166

Alki Spud Fish and Chips aka THE SPUD. The oldest fast food joint in Seattle. Enjoy hand-cut fish, breaded daily, fresh “Spud cut” fries, plus nine different flavors of shakes. The originator and always the innovator, THE SPUD is “an adventure in eating.” Dine in or take your fish and chips to go. They’ll wrap them in paper and you can walk across the street for a picnic on Alki Beach with a view of the Seattle skyline.

Pacific Inn Pub
3501 Stone Way N
Seattle, WA 98103

A decades old Seattle institution, this laid back pub with outdoor seating and billiards. With lots of repeat business, it’s no wonder that the Pacific Inn’s Facebook page is filled with accolades about their fish and chips, served with slaw and tarter sauce. Try them with an ice cold beer and sit outside on a summer afternoon. The pub also offers frequent happy hour specials!

Ivar’s Salmon House
401 NE Northlake Way
Seattle, WA 98105

The Northwest dining legacy that is Ivar’s (and its many locations) began in 1938 wit the late Ivar Haglund. Using his classic Northwest seafood recipes, Ivar’s was born. Ivar’s World-Famous Fish ‘n Chips is made with Alaskan Cod. Or you might want to try Ivar’s Beer Battered Alaskan Halibut ‘n Chips.

Owl ‘n Thistle
808 Post Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104

Owl ‘n Thistle pub near Pike Place Market offers their crisp and flavorful fish and chips on their Happy Hour menu, as well as their dinner menu. For dinner, you’ll receive four juicy pieces of Alaska Ling Cod, beer battered and deep-fried until golden brown. Served with hand-cut French fries, tartar and lemon.

Tides Tavern
2925 Harborview Drive
Gig Harbor, WA 98335

Okay, this one’s not in Seattle, but it’s worth the drive! The Tides’ famous fish and chips original recipe, great brews and wine list, plus outdoor on the water seating makes it a summer must-do. Much of their food is locally sourced, and halibut, cod, and salmon are wild caught in the Northwest and Alaskan waters. Weekly specials and happy hour, too!


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