I really thought I'd have a smorgasboard of seafood. We passed by a number of the highly recommended places while on the boat tour, I guess I thought they'd be easier to reach. I'm not sure what busses would have gotten us there. We stuck to those that run up and down 1st and 3rd, great that they were timely. It's a crime that Lowells didn't have fresh delicious seafood, all they had to do was shop downstairs. I don't get it. I wish Pike's had a place called "The Kitchen", it would be a place where you could bring previously purchased fish, meats and veggies and they'd cook it all up for you. There was so much that looked wonderful, but as a tourist passing through it did me little good.
I did love Salumi and Dahlia Bakery. Taking part in Bite of Seattle was a great experience, too. The skyline is beautiful. And the baseball park is one of the best places to capture it. An all around great park. It was a nice treat to see my White Sox.
Here are some final downtown photos I overlooked.