Seattle Seafood Center: Welcome, new WSB sponsor!

Today we welcome our newest WSB sponsor, Seattle Seafood Center, located at 717 S. Michigan St. in Georgetown. When new sponsors join us, they get the opportunity to tell you about themselves – here’s what Seattle Seafood Center would like you to know:

With more than 3,000 square feet of space, Seattle Seafood Center is south Seattle’s largest fish market, run by Patrick Price, who has 40 years experience in selling unique seafood products at prices not typically found in the chain grocery stores and big-box outlets. He’s inviting everybody down for the holidays to shop the wide assortment of live, fresh and frozen seafood that includes King, Dungeness and Snow crab, Sockeye Salmon, Halibut, and a variety of holiday smoked Salmon.

Seattle Seafood Center also features tanks with live King Crab from Norway, Dungeness from the Washington coast, and New England Lobster arriving this week.

Seattle Seafood Center would also like to let you know that coming up in 2024, they will be adding a tap room and restaurant. But in the meantime, there’s a steady supply of dinner and holiday party items that can make an evening more festive – especially their king crab legs, just $39.99 while supplies last.

Find Seattle Seafood Center‘s hours, and a map, here.

We thank Seattle Seafood Center for sponsoring independent, community-collaborative neighborhood news via WSB; find our current sponsor team listed in directory format here; email for info on joining the team!

3 Replies to "Seattle Seafood Center: Welcome, new WSB sponsor!"

  • Paul December 11, 2023 (2:15 pm)

    We have used them for crab legs for the past few years.  They are amazing and very helpful!  Highly recommend.

  • arabianrhino December 11, 2023 (4:10 pm)

    Yes! Always good to know about more good quality fishmongers. RIP Mutual Fish Co.

  • AO December 12, 2023 (1:56 pm)

    They have great seafood.  We have bought crab legs, scallops and multiple jumbo lobster tails from them the past few years.  Glad to see them on the WS blog!

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