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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Seattle Catch Restaurant Review: Affordable seafood with a Sicilian accent is the catch at this handsome storefront restaurant where the front windows lift up in warm weather to bring in the outdoors. In the open kitchen, cooks toss pasta and sauce in worn skillets that come sizzling right to the table. Of those, linguine fra diavola for two, a melange of crab, calamari, shrimp, sea scallops, mussels and clams in an exuberant tomato sauce, never fails to impress us. The kitchen offers a daily choice of five fish, simply and expertly grilled with olive oil, salt, pepper and herbs. As a starter we like the scampi, garlicky shrimp bedded on sautéed escarole and chard. Live music on the weekends nights brings out the bar flies who nurse martinis and cigarettes as jazz reverberates off the bistros lofty, sixteen-foot ceilings.