Seafood, Spokane WA

Industry Observer with Lloyd Pans



Seafood in Spokane Wa is Skippers!

Specializing in Wild Caught Fish and Chips. Skippers Started in 1969 in Bellevue, Seafood in Spokane WaWashington and quickly grew around the Pacific Northwest. All Skippers seafood restaurants are now individually owned and operated under franchise agreements.

Besides Fish and Chips Skippers offers a variety of other seafood favorites. Shrimp, Oysters, Scallops and Wild caught Salmon just to name a few.


Pat and Marion Fuller opened the three seafood locations in Spokane, WA and Coeur d’Alene in 2007 they are located in Spokane, WA at 3320 N Monroe and 4903 N. Division and in Coeur d’Alene at 327 W Hanley. The Skippers at 4903 N Division is across from the Northtown mall and is the areas first full Service Skippers. It offers sit down service and an expanded menu with more seafood items like Crab Legs and sautéed Shrimp to Talapia and hand battered Tempura Cod. There are also non seafood items. Gourmet Burgers, Steaks, Pastas and fresh salads round out the expansive menu. Imported Beers and wines are also available.

Our newest combination plate of our wild caught fish, Shrimp and Lobster Bites for just $5.99 is quickly becoming a best seller.

Skippers is also famous for our award winning Clam Chowder served in a cup, bowl or our edible sourdough bread bowl.


    Eat Seafood, Feel Better!

Studies have shown American people have been eating too Seafood in Spokane Wa

much unhealthy food recently. It’s time to make healthier eating

choices. Did you know that seafood contains omega-3fatty acids which        

Lowers cholesterol and triglyceride levels and lowers blood


Also acts as an anti-inflammatory agent, making it beneficial for patients with rheumatoid arthritis and lupus.

May help in treating glaucoma, multiple sclerosis and diabetes.

May help prevent migraines, panic attacks and agoraphobia.

Some studies show it may help to prevent cancer!

It’s very important for diabetic people to eat fish. There have been hundreds of published studies (recent study by University of California) considering omega-3 fatty acids and type 1 and 2 diabetes. The studies have shown that high quality fish oil supplements help reduce the risk of diabetes. Seafood is also perfect food for people who are on low carbohydrate diets as well as for people with Celiac disease (sensitivity to gluten).

It turns out that Grandma was on to something pushing that cod-liver oil. Earlier this year researchers at Harvard became so impressed by the health benefits of fish oil that they shut down their study on its effect.

Don’t Wait. Seafood equals healthy food. Follow us on Facebook for daily deals! Take a look at our full service location menu.

Skippers Locations 

Seafood in Spokane Wa

3320 N Monroe, Spokane, WA


Full Service

4903 N Division, Spokane, WA


Coeur d’Alene

327 W Hanley, Coeur d’Alene, ID









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Comments (9)

Li Read
Sea to Sky Premier Properties (Salt Spring) - Salt Spring Island, BC
Caring expertise...knowledge for you!

Very nice post...I've actually been here, too!

Nov 03, 2010 06:13 AM
Larry LaRue

Thanks. I was looking for some good seafood and I have found it.

Nov 03, 2010 06:43 AM
Letitia Stevenson
BHHS Fox & Roach | - Greenville, DE
Listing Agent DE/PA/MD, Digital Marketer & Coach

Sam, Thanks for Sharing & Welcome to the Rain! Active Rain is a great place to share your knowledge, expertise and thoughts, as well as network and learn so much from the vast pool of talent already onboard.

Welcome Aboard and Much Success!

Nov 03, 2010 03:33 PM
Sam Fischer
Lloyd Pans - Coeur d'Alene, ID
Better Life Through Better Food

Great you guys! I am glad to see that you have either been there or are planning on going. One thing my blog does not mention is how affordable it is!

Nov 05, 2010 06:40 AM
Pat Fuller

Ate at the full service Skippers on Division street in Spokane. Very good meal at a great price

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