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Where to find the best seafood in Snohomish County

You voted, we tallied, here are the results.

Every year we take your nominations and let you vote for our Readers’ Choice awards. There are dozens of categories, but here we focus on the ever-popular subject of food and drink.

For the year 2021, these are our readers’ top choices for who’s got the best seafood in Snohomish County:

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First place: Anthony’s in Edmonds, Everett and Lynnwood

Second place: Andy’s Fish House in Snohomish

Third place: Ivar’s in Mukilteo, Bothell, Edmonds, Marysville and Everett

Runners up: Arnie’s in Mukilteo and Edmonds; Emory’s on Silver Lake in Everett

See last year’s “best wine list” winners here.

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