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Our Favorite Seafood Dives" From the Coastal Living website

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Our Favorite Seafood Dives" From the Coastal Living website

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The Riverhouse Restaurant

Pacific City, Oregon

The Riverhouse serves soups, sandwiches, and shellfish that will leave you—and your cardiologist—swooning. A bucket of steamer clams, simmered in garlic butter, parsley, and vermouth, lends new meaning to the term “rich.” The deliciously fragrant clam chowder comes spiked with paprika and laced with cream. If you still have room, try the Dungeness crab or Pacific shrimp sandwiches, broiled open-face on a French roll and sprinkled with Parmesan cheese. 34450 Brooten Road; 503/965-6722 or riverhousefoods.com

The Tides Tavern

Gig Harbor, Washington

Noisy, friendly, and right on the water, The Tides serves terrific Alaskan halibut fish-and-chips, a fine clam chowder, and a variety of craft beers. The outdoor deck overlooks the harbor. Boaters can tie up at The Tides dock, even overnight—a boon for those who might lose count of their beer intake. 2929 Harborview Drive; 253/858-3982 or tidestavern.com

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1. Re: Our Favorite Seafood Dives" From the Coastal Living website

I eat at the Tides all the time. It's a great place that I always take my out-of-town guests to because of the great view and the old-time feel. Totally agree on the halibut and chips - it's the best around! The hamburgers and salads are good also. The deck gets very busy in the summer so try to avoid peak lunch and dinner times. The decor is dark, lots of wood, historical pictures of Gig Harbor on the walls, pool tables, etc. Lots of ambience! It's 21 and over so no children.

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