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A new seafood restaurant is opening soon in the Tri-Cities!

So far, not much has been released about the much anticipated restaurant. Here's what we do know.

The name is Hooked Seafood Boil and Bar

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There is a sign up that reads Hooked Seafood Boil and Bar at the location in Kennewick, which was most recently P.F. Chang's China Bistro. The exact address is 8108 West Gage Boulevard.

Liquor is expected to be available

The business has applied with the state for a liquor license.

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Susan Vineyard

After googling "seafood boil", it seems like there's a lot of prepping to do with shrimp, king crab legs, clams, and whatever else goes into the pot. It looks like people enjoy a lot of seasoning with potatoes and ears of fresh yellow cut corn. And it takes time. Ain't nobody got THAT. So, let's look forward to visiting Hooked Seafood Boil and Bar, placing our order and chow down. We'll keep watching for the opening date!

I asked a few co-workers where they go for seafood in the Tri-Cities. As it turns out, we do have quite a few seafood restaurants.

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Of course, there's Red Lobster on Columbia Center Boulevard. The co-workers all agreed that Red Lobster's biscuits are the best!

Another favorite among the worker's was Anthony's at Columbia Point in Richland. Did you know Anthony's opened their own seafood company in 1984? Anthony's locations serve seafood and shellfish from the Northwest, Hawaii, and Alaska.

Some other seafood restaurants in the Tri-Cities you can visit are The Crazy Crab Place in Kennewick. They boast "a unique seafood experience with a Mexican flare."

There's also Bonefish Grill in Richland, featuring Bang Bang Shrimp and Bang Bang Tacos. One person I talked with was exceptionally passionate about these selections.

And, not to be left out, Cedars at Pier One on Clover Island in Kennewick. The view of the Columbia River is exceptional.

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