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About Anthony's Pier 66
Anthony's Pier 66 is located on the downtown Seattle waterfront in the same building as Anthony's Bell St. Diner and Anthony's Fish Bar. Anthony's Pier 66 is a premier Northwest seafood restaurant with panoramic views of the downtown Seattle skyline, Mt. Rainier, and Elliott Bay's boating activity. Anthony's Pier 66 features fresh Northwest seafood simply prepared, in a contemporary, sophisticated waterfront setting.
Our Casual Bell Street Diner and walk up good food to go Fish Bar are both located on our Plaza level.
Seattle, WA 98121
Seafood, Northwest, American
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Daily continuous service beginning at 11:00 am. Lunch is featured in our Bell Street Diner located on the Plaza level. One of three restaurants located in this one location. No reservations are necessary in the Diner, call ahead seating is available; 206-448-6688
Anthony's Pier 66
Dinner service: Monday - Thursday: 5:00 pm - 9:30 pm,
Friday & Saturday: 5:00 pm - 10:30 pm,
Sunday: 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Anthony's Pier 66 offers complimentary valet parking beginning at 4:30 p.m., located on Alaskan Way just North of the restaurant. Signs are posted at street level for your convenience. If you prefer to self park, validated parking is available in the Art Institute Parking Garage. Bring your parking voucher with you for validation.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Anthony’s Pier 66 can accommodate up to 80 guests in a semi-private area for breakfast, lunch or dinner, with panoramic views of the downtown Seattle skyline, Mt. Rainier, and Elliott Bay's boating activity.
Anthony's Pier 66 Ratings and Reviews
We we're at first seated in a booth and asked for a window table. The staff member told us to return to the entrance while a table was prepared, even though the restaurant was empty and the tables were set. Five minutes latter we were seated. The salmon was good, but tasted like it soaked in butter.
I noticed a waiter make a disgruntled face towards the hostess when she was showing us to our table. I remember thinking that I hope we don’t get him as our waiter. To my disappointing surprise he WAS our waiter. He was condescending when someone from our table asked him a question about an entree or his opinion on wine. Also, I noticed that the garnish fell off the glass of the ordered cocktail on his way to our table and he didn’t bother to replace it. Presentation is everything!
I ordered the grilled Salmon and halibut entree. It tasted so bland. It had no flavor whatsoever. I added salt and pepper but even that didn’t help! Simply awful food. My friend ordered the cioppino and there were only 2 clams, 2 mussels and some fish but mostly sauce was plentiful.
It was a very disappointing birthday dinner celebration! Most definitely will not be returning nor will I be recommending this restaurant. It was a terrible experience!
Had a beautiful evening celebrating my fiancé’s birthday. We have visited all levels of Anthony’s for several years- we live in California’s SF Bay Area and every time we visit wonderful Seattle, we always make a reservation at Anthony’s. In fact, we like it better than most of our Bay Area spots! Always delicious with genuinely enjoyable service. It never disappoints!
First, we sat at the upstairs bar to have a couple drinks and enjoy the sunset. Perfect. Drinks were made efficiently and oh so tasty. I recommend the pomegranate cosmo- not too sweet, just the right amount of citrus.
Then we dined at a table by the window overlooking the marina. Great atmosphere. Our meal was amazing- no joke! We had the calamari- crisp and flavorful. Followed by the chowders... yum! My fiancé ordered the clam chowder and loved it. I had the crab and corn chowder- more like a sweet and savory bisque with a generous amount of crab and delicious piece of corn bread. To die for!!
Entrees were Alaskan Crab legs and filet mignon- cooked to perfection! We shared, which was perfect! The crab legs were so full of flavor that we didn’t even need the drawn butter... needless to say, every bit was accompanied by a blissful moan of satisfaction- yup- THAT GOOD!
Icing on the cake- literally the victory dark chocolate cake. The ice cream alone; I could have taken home a pint! Not to mention the mouth watering butter scotch caramel sauce- drool!!
And the service made it all perfect. Our server was genuine, accommodating, and made the whole dining superb.
No, this is not a meal we eat often, but what an amazing treat! Would be great even just to sit and have apps and drinks at the bar. Can’t wait to come back again in a few months!
Thank you, Anthony’s!
Came here for Restaurant Week and ordered off the prix fixe menu. Each dish was thoughtfully prepared and tasted great. Wine flight was very nice addition to the meal. Good value given the $33 deal. Nice ambiance, attentive service. Would definitely return.
The restaraunt server was fanominal...great suggestions on food, by. just looking at us. Which was very fun, and very accurate. The Wines were wonderful and the food was cooked to perfection, served at the appropriate temperatures.
A wonderful place to be valued as a friend of food, ambience and overall experience.
The food was just okay. Good, but nothing to write home about. Waiter attention was slow to nonexistent. They got the order wrong as well. They also seated us at the worst table in the house, despite having many open tables. We were next to the kitchen, with a very loud fan, so loud we could barely talk over it
The food was outstanding, and we had a wonderful server, who knew the menu well and was so courteous and efficient without hovering. The only complaint we had is that our table was so close to the next table (large group of business men) that their conversation could not be ignored and in fact was somewhat distracting. But I would still go back to Anthony's - I'd just be more selective about our table location.
Very nice dining area over looking the marina on Alaska Way with views of Elliott Bay, the Seattle skyline, and, on clear days, Mount Rainier. There is a particular level of pride in the hospitality that wasn't too the liking of anyone at my table. The low point of the evening was started by the hour wait from order to plating and capped with the sum of the entrées plus some 4% for the kitchen revenue sharing program. The high point was the huckleberries and corn bread pudding.
The atmosphere was amazing. The staff were friendly and professional. The food was, well, really good EXCEPT why in the world would a classy restaurant like Anthony's serve french fried shoestring potatoes as a side for their top of the menu Alaskan King Crab legs. Especially when advised the diner needed gluten free menu items, and the fries could not be declared gluten free because of cross contamination issues with the fryer.
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