McCormick’s Fish House & Bar is reminiscent of the traditional fish houses on the East Coast and in the Seattle area. Built in 1912 as Seattle’s Oakland Hotel, it is now a bastion of old-Seattle in the shadow of the towering 76 story Columbia Center – near the city’s museums, historical landmarks, theaters and shops. McCormick’s has been part of Seattle’s dining institution for more than 30 years, where it provides a traditional and intimate atmosphere with a vast collection of nostalgic memorabilia on the walls, multi-level dining areas, and aged dark wood and brass.

From fresh seafood and shellfish to aged steaks and garden fresh salads, their goal is to exceed your dining expectations.

As their guest you will experience culinary excellence at its best. Their menus reflect seafood from the Pacific Rim, Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. They also source products from local ranches, farms and wineries to showcase regionally inspired dishes.

A distinctive feature of their restaurant is their beautiful bar area that offers you a comfortable environment from which to enjoy a wide variety of wines, beers, classic drinks and trendy cocktails.

Be sure to stop by and enjoy their award winning bar food during their Happy Hours. Every item on the menu is appealing and the prices are equally attractive!

Though there is no private dining space, they can still accommodate special events for groups of up to 40.