|Chippy's Fish and Chips, Seattle, WA|
Chippy's is the 10th restaurant from Seattle chef Ethan Stowell, a smaller, less upscale sliver of a joint squeezed in between fancy places (Staple & Fancy, Walrus and the Carpenter, Barnacle) and serving up less rarefied dishes like fish and chips, chowder, crab salad and tuna poke. It seats only 18 people. It is said that the secret to the fried fish batter is "lots of vodka, which evaporates quickly for added crunch, and rice flour." It is one of better plates of fish and chips in town, but not so much better that I would seek it out, except when I was hankering for some fairly basic fish and chips with a high quality cocktail.
|Chippy's Fish & Chips, Seattle, WA|
Est. May 14, 2014 - Building constructed: 1910 - Closed Feb 14, 2016
Previous bars in this location: None known
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