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Matt's in the Market Restaurant Review: The perfect place for business lunches and tourist dinners, and where locals meet for cocktails, Matt's in the Market makes waste of the saying "the better the view, the worse the food" with its window-side seats overlooking Seattle's waterfront and Elliott Bay. For a true taste of Pacific Northwest cooking, head to the third floor of the Pike Place Market's Corner Market Building and you'll discover this stylish yet casual setting ideal for enjoying the straightforward dishes featuring the Market’s freshest seafood and produce. The ever-changing menu may include appetizers such as clams with house-made chorizo, and fried duck egg with a brioche crouton. Entrées can range from sea scallops with pork belly and spring onions, to halibut with avocado purée and a pea shoot-watermelon radish salad, or a roasted half chicken with corn dumplings. For dessert, order the chocolate pot de crème. A well-developed international wine list and attentive service add to the appeal.