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Posted almost 5 years ago
Fisherman's Market
Fish is rarely fresher than at this restaurant inside a fish market. Owner Ryan Rogers, a former fisherman, wanted to serve the freshest seafood in the Pacific Northwest. Most of his dishes come from Oregon-based fishing boats, including wild-caught-crawfish pie, along with Dungeness crab that Guy samples right off the boat.
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