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Food from the Sea

Season 1 | Episode 1

In this initial episode, tempt your tastebuds as Mike Greenfield of Brothers Green Eats finds himself in Seattle for the first time with hopes of finding out just what makes Seattle’s seafood scene so special. Through the advice of locals, Mike explores the world of oyster farming, fish mongering, and the famed art of sushi at one of the world’s most famed sushi bars: Shiro’s. #SeattleMadeMeDoIt

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Taylor Shellfish Oyster Bar Located on Melrose Avenue, next door to the Melrose Market, stop in for fresh oysters and a cold beverage or pick up shellfish to go. Visit website.
Pike Place Market Choose from local produce, food, crafts, and more at this massive public market established in 1907. Visit website
Fishermen's Terminal Home of the North Pacific Fishing Fleet Visit website
Shiro's Sushi Hallowed ground for Seattle sushi lovers. Visit website


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