This is a great family restaurant! The exterior and interior theme is beach-there is a sand box outside for the kids to play in and all kinds of sea stuff hanging from the ceiling and walls. The view is beautiful....you can watch the ferries cross the Sound into and out of Edmonds and the marina loaded with a variety of sized sailboats sits around you. The menu is also great for families or large parties where you hope to find something that will please everyone. Every meal is started with a basket of breadsticks with their own special blend of butter and spices.
Favorite Dish: Alderplanked Grilled Salmon is my favorite.
We were taken there by some friends and whilst we waited for our table we sat at the bar & sampled one of the local beers. I had a margarita which was just right.
Very busy but conversation was muted so you didn't disturb other diners with your chatter.
Did not see any children near us so assume it is mainly aimed @ the adult population.
The waiting staff were on hand very quickly if we needed anything without being too obtrusive and their meal recomendations worked out just right.
Favorite Dish: Fish stew.
A slightly spicy fish dish in a tomato based stock with huge chunks of fish and other seafood.
As it can be messy to eat they provide you with a plastic bib & plenty of napkins.
Full of flavour and texture and very filling.
Served with fresh bread.
To finish i had a strawberry sorbet which was made with locally produced new seasons strawberries which was so full of flavour & complimented the Washinton produced wine.
Stuck at SeaTac for a few hours in between flights? Check out the branch of the popular "Anthony's" that's located in the Main Terminal's Pacific Marketplace. (It's within the "security area," so you don't have to worry about going back through the long x-ray lines.) It's good to have a first class restaurant at the airport. The management haven't compromised on the quality of their food or the appeal of their ambience. Very good service from professional waitstaff, and excellent views of the tarmac out clear plate-glass windows.
Favorite Dish: Pacific "King" Salmon is the best there is. You'll taste the difference. I also really liked the basmati rice which accompanied it.
Eating at Anthony's will be one of the most expensive airport meals you can have in the USA, but it's worth it, IMHO.
There are several Anthony's restaurants in and around the Seattle area. They specialize in local seafood and fresh items, and I've always been satisfied.
Anthony's Homeport - Shilshole Bay is located in Ballard, on Shilshole Bay, right next door to Ray's Boathouse. Both have excellent sunset dining.
Favorite Dish: Dining at Anthony's is not an inexpensive experience, but two overlooked dining times will allow you to enjoy the food and view at Anthony's without breaking your wallet.
Sunday Brunch - menu items range from $7.95 - $13.95, and come with coffee cake and a delicious plate of fresh fruit. They have traditional breakfast items (Eggs Benedict, Scrambles, Waffles, etc.), but also some seafood items - both in egg dishes, and as more lunch-type dishes.
Blue Hair Special - OK, so it's really called Sunset Dinners (aka early bird specials) - but in the summer, they're served WAY before the sun sets. These meals are offered Mon - Fri, 4:30 - 6:00 PM and consist of Appetizer, chowder or salad, main course and desert for a $16.95.
Great location on Pier 66. Good views of the harbor & cruise ships. Seafood is good. Restaurant is very large with a bar area. It's touristy and may not appeal to locals but is to be expected in the area it's located. It's right by the cruise ship terminals and close to tourist attractions like the aquarium and Pike's Market.
Favorite Dish: Crab cakes
We met up with some friends & had a great dinner at Anthony's on the deck with the harbor and the lights of downtown Seattle in the background. Very enjoyable.
Favorite Dish: What did I order? Salmon, of course. After all, I was in Seattle.
When you travel to a different part of the world, or different part of the country, are you the type of person that wants to try the local dish?
If so, Anthony's Pier 66 is definitely the place you want to be! I went for a business dinner with one of my co-workers who had never been to Seattle, and we were not disappointed. We both tried the fish sampler, to get a little taste of the halibut and the salmon, and boy was I in love!
Favorite Dish: By far, my favorite dish was our appetizer... you have to try the mussels!
Anthony's Pier 66 is a great seafood place to stop and eat a classy seafood dinner. It can be a bit pricey depending on what you order but it is definitely worth the money if you are on vacation.
Favorite Dish: The Dungeness Crab dinner is great. Its so fresh that the crabs were literally still moving around in the kitchen that morning. This meal is a hunk of change for the budget minded but if you are prepared for a spendy meal I would recomend this. Also The scalops are great here...very very good. I would recomend purchaseing some scalops at the fish market and bringing them home as well... it makes me hungry just thinkin about it.
Anthony's is a local chain of seafood restaurants that has several waterfront locations around the Puget Sound region. I'm familiar with Anthony's Home Port Shilshole in Seattle and one in Everett Marina; both are worthwhile.
Anthony's at Shilshole is next door to Ray's Boathouse, but it complements, rather than competes with, the latter place. It's a good choice for many dining occasions when Ray's Cafe seems too casual but it's not quite the "special occasion" that calls for their main dining room. Seafood at Anthony's is pretty standard, but is well done and reasonably priced. And the view! Most tables command a breathtaking view of the sound and the Olympic Mountains.
Please see my tips on Ray's about how to get there; again it's one of a few in-town places where a car is desirable. There is ample parking.
Favorite Dish: The day's fresh catch, and oysters by the shell.
Anthony's Homeport Restaurant - always an excellent meal. If you love seafood, shellfish - this is a great place to go for fresh northwest food. There are several locations in the greater Seattle area and all have fantastic views.
Our family loves the views, whether at one of the puget sound restaurants or the Lake Washington location.
Favorite Dish: I always order one of the salmon dishes they are delicious.
I loved this place. You can sit on their deck and on a clear day you can see The Olympian Mountains.
Favorite Dish: Hawaiian Ahi