By all accounts, Anthony's is a chain of restaurants. They are indigenous to the Pacific Northwest, but they are nonetheless a chain, and chain restaurants that aren't fast food can be iffy at times. Anthony's is the exception. The food is always dependably good no matter which one of the restaurants you go to and relatively reasonably priced. Perhaps the best thing about their locations is the view.
I last dined at Anthony's in Edmonds, WA. Nearly every table has a great view of the marina and beyond it Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains (on a clear day). It's just the kind of view you want when dining at a seafood restaurant. The atmosphere is cozy, and even when crowded (which it always is), conversations are easily heard. The wait staff can be a bit testy at times, but they are at least efficient and accommodating. There were 11 people in our group which may have had something to do with the wait staff's demeanor.
Antony's is also a good choice for a large group like this since you can have dinner and a drink, not break the bank, and still feel like you've dined at an upscale eatery.
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