Spud Fish & Chips
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Spud Fish & Chips information
Spud is as much a piece of West Seattle history as the Log House Museum or the Alki Point Lighthouse , having been in the fish 'n' chip business since 1935. The two pieces of battered cod and hand-cut fries is the default dinner, though it also does oysters, clams, prawns and halibut. The downstairs lobby is an intriguing photo-museum of local history.