The Crab Pot / Seattle

1301 Alaskan Way at Pier 57 Seattle 98101
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 11:00 - 21:30
Fri, Sat 11:00 - 22:30
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Tips from the Net @ The Crab Pot
Badfish 406 en
Despite seeing many unhappy reviews about this restaurant, I have had two separate, amazing experiences here. Both times I had more than enough seafood and felt that I received plenty of what I ordered and paid for! If you are smart about your timing and try to hit it up as early as possible, you won't even have to wait. Don't hesitate to splurge on one of the seafood feasts. GooglePlace - July 2017
Jamilyn Ferrara en
My husband and I had a great time eating here! It made us feel like kids with the plastic bibs and the food was amazing! Is the perfect way to feel like you are really connected to the water and surroundings! Super fun place to visit. GooglePlace - July 2017
Teressa Walsh en
The Crab Pot is a Seattle waterfront classic. If you're not from Seattle the experience if the variety of food is worth the price. The clam chowder is creamy and excellent as are many of the appetizers. Or server Phillip gave excellent recommendations for whatever his group was looking for out of their experience. It's worth the cost as a tourist. Locals probably can get good seafood for cheaper but it is still an amazing restraint worth stopping at for appetizers and a great family meal. I highly suggest it. GooglePlace - July 2017
Brennan Steele en
The Crab Pot is insanely overpriced. We got the feast that was supposed to have quite a bit food. We got 2 orders of it to have a lot for everyone. For the whole bowl we got only 5 crab legs, about 10 oyster, tons of potatoes and about 40 muscles. It was decently good quality, but the fact that it was $40 per person was outrageous. Other than the overpriced food and lack of quantity, the server was kind and helpful. The other options were okay, but still quite expensive. This is a seaside state and you would think that seafood would be less expensive, but alas, that is not the case. I don't recommend this restaurant for those that want quality, quantity, or reasonable prices. GooglePlace - June 2017
Leonardo Flores en
This was my second time here. The food hasn't changed much, expect to spend $40 per person for the more well worth specialty dish. The food could be better seasoned... Or at least they should offer extra seasoning at the table. Sangria and shrimp/crab dip were good. Overall it is an iconic dish to try at least once. GooglePlace - June 2017