I got a tip from the young lady at the Good to Go Pastry Shop (another place to stop) that this was THE place to visit in town, when I said I needed some salmon before leaving the OP. She was right on, and I thank her, as my culinary experience was a major disappointment -- The Crabs especially. Wildfire was fine dining -- whether for the stuffy crowd, or those of us with seaweed on our flip flops after returning salmonless from the Makah Nation. They had a special of blackened salmon with a local (strawberries, yum) and tropical fruit spread that was probably beyond what we would have gotten at a high-end place in Pikes Place Market (sorry Steelhead, maybe we'll find you next time). The manager came out to light the warming torches early, as it was circa 60 up there on Friday nite. So, the risotto went absolutely exquisitely with the fruit and the fish. They have a very nice wine list also. BUT, I have to say, the best part of this visit was the welcome (the greeter was actually waiting at her podium, unlike any place I'd been to all week) and most excellent service received in a week in the Sound area. The waitress was so adorable, I wanted to take her home with me, but decided at the very last moment against stuffing her in my suitcase. I think next time I'll leave extra room in my bag.
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