When you eat out, do you prefer the staff members (waiting staff, runners, host/hostess, etc.) to introduce themselves or not? Does it depend on the restaurant?
The best way to warm up for the Seatown Seabar is to first walk through the Pike Place Market. Those photo-opp-worthy displays of fish and pretty produce that inspires Seatown's kitchen will put you in the mood for the ever-changing menu at the latest restaurant from chef Tom Douglas, located on a prime corner across from Seattle's landmark market.