Pretty much everybody knows about Ballard Brothers Seafood and Burgers. The restaurant, which began as a festival booth in 1987 and took over the old Ballard Skipper's in 2007, is not really a secret. Although his main bag is high-quality fish and chips, owner/founder Drew Greer is famed for his drool-worthy Cajun blackened salmon sandwich ($11.95), hailed by everybody from Tom Douglas to the New York Times. Delicately crispy on the outside and succulent inside, the salmon is generously tartar-sauced, loaded with grilled onions, and served on a soft bun. That sandwich and the flaky, double-fried seasoned french fries it comes with are what's up. The Mexican half of the menu reps hella seafood, naturally, and as with the festival-food half, that's your best bet: halibut tacos, popcorn shrimp quesadillas, and tortas with your choice of seafood. (Get the salmon one, duh.) There's a fun salsa bar, if you want to jazz things up. The Mexican fare isn't especially authentic, but it's tasty, cheap, ideal drunk food. MEG VAN HUYGEN
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