Reviewing Mitchell’s Market in South Lake Union is a challenge.
Not only does it have to offer the highest-end seafood, but it also has to offer a friendly, welcoming, and inviting environment.
As a result, we’ve compiled our Back Market reviews to offer some insight into the experience.
We’ve included a sampling of Mitchell’s most popular offerings and some suggestions for the best seafood in the area.
The back-market at Mitchell’s is a great spot to try new fish, get a quick fix on a specific dish, and catch up on the day’s shopping.
And if you want to find out if a particular fish you’ve been looking for was available at Mitchells, check out the Fish Spot locator on Mitchells.org.
Mitchells is also home to a thriving local music scene and a handful of unique eateries that serve up a varied selection of food from all over the city.
But, most importantly, Mitchell’s serves up a friendly and inviting place to shop.
It’s not just the prices that make Mitchell’s the most affordable market in the city, but also the location.
With an open space of about 8,000 square feet, Mitchells offers a great opportunity to sample and explore a wide array of locally sourced and seasonal products.
While you’re there, be sure to stop by the Mitchells Museum of American Art, where you can visit a number of exhibitions on the history of the neighborhood.
It also hosts live music on Tuesdays and Thursdays and is home to the Mitchell’s Jazz Band, which has been around since 1999.
To top it all off, Mitchell is the only restaurant in the entire city to offer outdoor seating.
There’s a reason the market is known as “the home of the city’s best fish,” and that’s because of its diverse menu and the diverse tastes of its customers.
Mitchell’s market has more than 10 restaurants and offers a variety of fish dishes.
With more than 300 different fish, the Mitchell Market is a prime spot for seafood lovers to sample a variety.