While seafood is never cheap in Seattle, this place has a great waterfront location and when I go for lunch, I check out the two-item combo options.
AAA Inspector Notes
Classic. A virtual landmark, this Seattle tradition has served the waterfront area since 1938. Among good choices are the renowned "acres of clams" (two pounds of local Manila clams in a garlic-white wine broth), cioppino, fish and chips and other fresh items. The creamy Northwest-style clam chowder is a favorite. Locals and tourists alike love the picturesque water views and all of the interesting boat traffic that passes by just outside the dining room and the waterfront deck.