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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
Long time customer, and proponent of Anthony's Restaraunts. This is a sort of go to restaurant for us. I was very surprised that the menu has been really dumbed down, limited choices. The regular fish dinners are still available, and they make a pretty good steak. My wife was not satisfied with her dinner, but my steak was perfect. We usually go to Kirkland, and always enjoy it, and it has a broader menu, so we will continue on with what works for us.
The service is fantastic, with everyone tuned to make everything perfect. Additionally, our guest lost one of his hearing aides as we departed.
Adam, traced our path..down the elevator, out of the building (in rain!) and found it at the crosswalk. He was immediately responsive and kind. He waited for our friend to return and handed it to our friend...clean & dry!. Couldn't have been kinder to us.
Such a disappointment! The food was alright, but the service is what made me question why we wanted to come here... terrible table attention, leaving dishes, masses of wine glasses, and unusable candles on many tables. Server kept saying “no problem” to anything we said.... it was laughable. Dark, cold atmosphere, and when we asked why the candles were not lit, mr “no problem” just said, “we ran out a long time ago.” What a WASTE of an evening!!
We decided to come here for my husbands birthday, descent reviews and a menu that looked good. We were highly disappointed. Food was super underwhelming (crab was cold, oh and it is served with fries that were obviously from the freezer), the fish dish my husband ordered was actually pretty good though (redeeming for a minute..).
There were several other service issues I won't get into, but overall not worthy of a place whose menu prices average over $35.
The experience overall made us feel like they treat everyone like a tourist (someone who won't return). Go to Ivars, it's 1000 times better.
I arrived before my two guests and ordered a drink. I pointed out to the waiter that there was a dirty greasy spot directly in front of me that needed to be cleaned. My guests arrived and they ordered a drink. My drink arrived the table was never cleaned. My friends drinks took a long time to be delivered. I don't understand the delay because we had an early reservation and there were only two other tables with guests. I had the ahi tuna that tasted good and the presentation was beautiful but the entire dish was barely warm. One of my friends had the swordfish steak that was mushy in texture. It should have been solid. The waiter was not attentive and we had to get his attention to order another drink. By the time we were done all the other tables were full and the room was noisy and loud. To add insult we had validated parking at the Art Institute across the street. We were given vouchers however the vouchers did not cover the parking cost and each of us had to pay an additional $5 to get our cars out. This was my first and last time at Anthony's Pier 66 upstairs. I've never had a bad time at the downstairs Diner.
I do not like seafood usually, but I enjoy it at Anthony's! I ordered the swordfish this time and it was juicy and delicious. Everything is so fresh there, no fishy taste at all! It is quite expensive, though, especially since there is now a 4% surcharge on top of your tax and tip, so if you tip 20% regularly, that is a hefty markup on the menu price. Unfortunately, this means we will not be back soon. But if you can afford it, the food is awesome!
We had a gift certificate and have dined here before. So having the certificate did the whole deal - appetizers, salads, main course and dessert. we probably would have been more frugal without the certificate. Although they are known for seafood our daughter loved her steak. Cioppino was good as was the crab fettucine. Caesar salad was over-dressed but had a yummy onion crunchy wafer on top. Crab cocktail and calamari good. Our server Debbie was outstanding. Very attentive and charming but not obtrusive and quick with any requests. It is hard to find restaurants these days where you can actually have a conversation and it is quiet enough here to enjoy the downtown water and ferris wheel view and enjoy your guests. (however the Anthonys in Tacoma....way too noisy). We took our dessert home for breakfast since we had so much to eat and it was great.
I was traveling by myself and found it a fine place to dine alone. There were small and large tables of business dinners which is understandable as the prices are moderately high. I had the scrumptious seasonal salad and the crab cakes. The crab cakes could have been a bit more flavorful and their texture was too smooth. But I did enjoy the recommended Pearl Sauvignon Blanc with my meal. And the view is quite nice.
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.
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