Anthony's Pier 66
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Easter Brunch was great! The price was good considering a mimosa, blueberry coffee cake, and a fruit plate was included in the price. Everything tasted great, the service was excellent, and the environment was pleasant. We had a large group of 10, yet we had plenty of space.
You know what? It was pretty good! Good enough that I have been puzzling why the place was so empty at 7:30 on a Friday (being a fish restaurant during lent no less). Maybe that is just too early for downtown Seattle? If not then perhaps the prices are just a bit too high for what you get. Gone are the days of the Sunset special. We were at $480 for 6 people. We shared a couple salads and desserts, 2 glasses of wine and 2 cocktails...not surprising $$ given the obviously expensive site but considering the steak doesn’t really have a sauce and my daughter’s was too rare for her to eat when we all ordered medium...maybe a little high for what you get?
Excellent experience & a great evening! Food was very tasty & well served.
We took advantage of Restaurant Week. The halibut entree was excellent as was the scallops. Our waiter Josh D. was very helpful, attentive, and provided good advice on wine. Great view! Valet car service was much appreciated and well managed.
Classic restaurant but nice take on things. Scallops great with pork belly and veggies.
My wife and I were celebrating a big anniversary along with a BIG birthday. Happen to be in Seattle during restaurant week and Anthony's Pier 66 was one of our choices. Service was great, as was the 3 course dinner special offered for the week. The waiter also helped make the trip memorable with extra desserts.
Will definitely be on the be back list when next in Seatttle
Delicious food, great service, beautiful view! Thanks!
Customer service was great I like that you have valet parking. The view was great the food was good but needs more of a variety to choose from. Overall I enjoy it
Marvelous restaurant and marvelous view of Seattle waterfront. Perfect place to invite out-of town friends!
Everything was so good - we went for Seattle Restaurant Week, so mostly stuck to that part of the menu, but their Pier 66 Tower was a great appetizer. The wines were excellent, the halibut was a good size portion and nicely done, and the desserts were great too. Anthony's is a great place to go any time of year, and our Restaurant Week trip made us want to go back again soon
Perfect anniversary dinner
Great service and wonderful seafood. We attended Seattle restaurant week which made it a more affordable value.
We had an excellent dinner at Anthony's Pier 66! The menu offered many options, we selected the halibut! It was fresh and flavorful! The salad was delightful, and the dessert was scrumptious! The service was incredible! Friendly, informative, and always meeting our needs right on cue! The view cannot be beat! Beautiful evening watching the sunset on Elliot Bay, as the ferries crossed the Sound!
Very nice restaurant. Service was good. Very efficient
As always Anthony's was amazing! The food, the view and the service were all top notch! It's one of our all time favorite restaurants!
Food was blan and i had a massive hair cooked in my food. The manager was nice enough to give me a new plate and not charge us however he didn’t introduce himself or apologize, not very professional. The waiter didn’t seem to know anything. I asked what wine would pair best with my dish, he stumbled and just said “white”. He did this with questions about food too. I won’t go back
The servers were a joke. Didn’t introduce himself, food came out and no one knew where it went. This was for apps and main meal.
For the price and our 6 person group was pretty shocked by all of this.
On a positive note, the food was good and we enjoyed the wine we picked.
We wish we had discovered this restaurant sooner. The seafood was fresh and perfectly cooked. The sides were simple but also perfectly cooked. Presentation was simple (not pretentious). We love the commitment to local catch and local wines; we discovered a new Washington wine that we really liked. Service was outstanding - attentive without being intrusive. The only slight negative was that our mains appeared within about 1 minute of our appetizer plates being cleared. Our new “local”.
Great place to go on a visit to Seattle. The food was a little pricey, but still worth checking out. We ordered the halibut and scallops. Both were tremendous main dishes.
Nice, relaxing dinner with a great view, delicious food and excellent service. A bit pricey, but worth it.
I am a fan of Anthony's Pier 66 Seafood on Puget Sound in Seattle. The seafood is always fresh, and delicious. The service is excellent. The view is spectacular on the water.
So wonderful. The view is awesome. The food was delicious. Service was great.
We love this place, the food and service are always excellent. We were lucky with March weather that was like summer and enjoyed an outdoor table with gorgeous sunset. King crab legs never disappoint, crab cakes and crab fettuccine superb.
The Oyster's Rockefeller was exceptional as was the bread, crab cakes and desserts. They didn't ask how I wanted the salmon cooked, and it was medium, which was overcooked for me. Also there was too much butter on the broccoli. Great view especially at sunset.
The food was amazing and our waitress couldn’t have paid less attention to us. We watched her chat with other wait staff as we waited for a dessert menu, coffee, our checks. We were a big party, she could have gotten another round of drinks from us had she bothered to check. Thank goodness the food was delicious.
The food obviously sat under a heat lamp. They were out of the feature item.
Nice staff. Food wasn’t bad just not superb for the price.
Beautiful view, delicious food, wine and dessert. Our friends visiting from out of town were impressed. We usually go to the Kirkland Anthony's but this will make the trip into the city for special occasions from now on!
We have been to Anthony's several times, and have always been very pleased with our meals and the atmosphere. This time the atmosphere was great, but we were disappointed with a couple of the meals. Unfortunately mahi-mahi was not available. The waiter said that they had just run out - at 6:45 on a Thursday! The raw oysters were great, but the crispy oysters were disappointing. Not a great evening.
Great service and great food. A little pricey but well worth it!
Beautiful views, delicious seafood, lovely ambiance.
A bit outdated decor, but outstanding views and service!
We love Anthony’s and we’re sorry when the Shilshole Anthony’s closed. Food is always fresh and tasty and service is attentive and you can hear people talk. Always an enjoyable dining experience b
We actually got a gift certificate from a radio contest for a Dinner for 2. I have to say that I was truly disappointed with the food here. I got the king crab and my fiance got the rib eye. Both of our entrees were DRENCHED in butter and salt. My crab was dripping a pool of butter onto the table in addition to having your typical butter for dipping. I understand a lot of people like butter on their crab and that might be up some people's alley, but crab is so delicious on its own and it just mostly tasted like butter and salt. My fiance's steak was extremely salty. The sides were just plain boiled broccoli, and fries. The calamari was good and my caesar salad was also good. It was $65 full price for my entree. My fiance took his rib-eye home after a few bites and fed it to the dog... :( I really rarely write reviews, but I feel that this was overpriced for the quality of food that you get. Also, the restaurant was not very busy and there were multiple times that my water glass sat empty for about 10 min. I realize I'm sounding pretty picky, but our meal would have been probably around $150-200 with everything that we got (appetizers, entree, dessert) and I would have been very disappointed if we had paid that. Considering we got this meal free (we just had to pay the tax and gratuity), we felt like we couldn't complain... If we would have been paying for this meal, my fiance would have sent his steak back. :( I guess you mostly pay for the view here. Also, side note... I grew up eating Anthony's at Homeport Gig Harbor and my first job was actually as a hostess there in high school... I guess I just remember it being better than what we got. :(
While I have enjoyed this restaurant in the past, this experience will lead me not to return in the future. The service was slow, and could best be described as unweloming. A water refill took 40 minutes and a complaint about the food was not acknowledged.
The calm chowder was amazing unfortunately my Ahi came cold. When they reheated it was over cooked on outside and lukewarm in the inside.
The staff was kind enough to comp our dinner and provided an amazing dessert.
I ordered the Lemon Risotto with Prawns. The prawns were cooked with a very spicy seasoning to the point that I could only eat a couple of them. I had head and neck radiation and cannot tolerate anything this spicy. There was nothing in the menu description that would have indicated the spiciness. I went to dinner early. They got busy and of course when you dine alone you get ignored with refills of water which was true here. The martini was WAY overpriced $16.50! However the clam chowder was some of the best I have had.
Your table was waiting for us upon arrival, so we were seated immediately. They were not completely booked so we got a lot of attention on the menu from the waiter. We had a great evening.
there was no huckleberry lemonade, which was very disappointing