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McCormick & Schmick's Restaurant Review: High-backed booths and tables in alcoves help to curb some of the din in this popular wood-paneled dining room where diners go for quality seafood, as well as to be seen. For the celebs who don't want to be seen, there's a private spot that's always occupied. The menu changes daily assuring seafood at its freshest. Order the fresh catch grilled or broiled and accompany it with Gruyère potatoes and pan-roasted mushrooms or the creamed spinach. On a budget? Consider the nice selection of wallet-friendly happy hour fare.