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AN­THONY’S PIER 66 AND BELL STREET DINER— Seafood. This wa­ter­front build­ing is home to three seafood restau­rants: up­scale Pier 66, laid-back Bell Street Diner and a grab-and-go open-air bar where you can get de­li­cious, quick op­tions like fish tacos. If you have the time, we rec­om­mend you grab a seat up­stairs and en­joy out­stand­ing views of Puget Sound. www.an­tho­nys.com. 2201 Alaskan Way, 206.448.6688. $$ Map 1 C8 AQUA BY EL GAUCHO— Seafood. In­dulge in fresh seafood or 28-day dry-aged steaks pre­pared in the ex­hi­bi­tion kitchen. If it’s nice out, sit on the deck and watch the sun set. www.el­gau­cho.com. 2801 Alaskan Way, Pier 70, 206.956.9171. $$$$ Map 1 B6 IVAR’S ACRES OF CLAMS— Seafood. This re­cently re­mod­eled res­tau­rant is a Seat­tle in­sti­tu­tion. En­joy clas­sic fa­vorites or unique chef prepa­ra­tions of seafood in­side, or en­joy spec­tac­u­lar views of El­liott Bay from the new wa­ter­side pa­tio. www.ivars.com. Pier 54, 1001 Alaskan Way S, 206.624.6852. $$ Map 1 F10 SEAT­TLE BAY CREAM­ERY— Ice Cream Shop. Not much beats ice cream along the wa­ter­front. Stop at this spot for house­made ice cream and soft serve. They use fresh in­gre­di­ents and have hand­made waf­fle cones. There are also milk shakes, sun­daes and root beer floats. www.min­er­s­land­ing.com. 1301 Alaskan Way, 206.623.8600. $ Map 1 E10

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