At more than 80 years old, Fisherman's Terminal is still home to the North Pacific fishing fleet. Buy fresh fish in bulk ... More
At more than 80 years old, Fisherman's Terminal is still home to the North Pacific fishing fleet. Buy fresh fish in bulk straight off the boats at bargain prices. Tourists unwilling to commit to an entire tuna dine at the nearby restaurants, which offer everything from fish-and-chips to sushi. Near Chinook's, a bronze pillar decorated with sea fauna memorializes the local fishermen lost at sea in the 20th century.
This is something to add to your day while perusing Ballard, The Locks and Magnolia. Not to be confused with Fisherman's Wharf in San Fran. This place is more mellow. Nice to walk among the actual fishing boats, see the people working on them, get a sense of Seattle most tourists may miss.
Love Chinooks. The restaurant is good food, often filled with people. Little Chinook's great for a quick fix of fish and chips.
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