Salty's on Alki Beach
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Deck is open! Join us for HH and music Tues-Fri!
Swanky seafood eatery known for its bountiful weekend brunch buffets & sweeping Puget Sound views.
You can't beat the view is at this restaurant. It's a bit expensive but if you taken a happy hour it's perfect
As a local critic said, Salty’s is “One of the world’s great view restaurants.” Salty’s Waterfront Seafood Grills in Seattle is truly in a class by itself. We bend over backwards to please you with our award-winning fresh Northwest seafood cuisine and attentive friendly service. Salty’s, with…
Swanky seafood eatery known for its bountiful weekend brunch buffets and sweeping Puget Sound views. The view of the skyline is spectacular at this West Seattle hot spot, not far from Alki Beach. The only thing that may distract you from the scenery is Sunday Brunch, regularly voted tops by…
“Great view of the city while enjoying Korean fusion tacos. The drink line is a lot shorter than food only line”
“First opened in West Seattle where the historic Blake’s Bakery once stood, William and Heather Leaman continue to make history daily with one-of-a-kind creations. This café always has a large selection of fresh baked goods and desserts to choose from, which are sold on a first come, first serve basis. With over 20 years experience in pastry, bread and chocolate, and as the captain of the 2005 Bread Bakers Guild Team USA, where he led his team to victory at the Coupe du Monde de Boulangerie (World Cup of Baking), William Leaman’s Bakery Nouveau has become a Seattle icon. ”
“This is a fancy place with good food. Expect to spend some money on a romantic evening.”
“Local chain serving market-fresh seafood, grass-fed burgers and cocktails in informal surroundings. Waterfront outdoor sitting, and rooftop seating. Serving happy hour food, late-night food and happy hour drink. Haft price wines every Monday, every bottle.”
“Take the paved trail along the waterfront to watch the ferries come and go and the tide roll in and out or stay up top and log some miles by connecting the various trails the run north, south, east and west. ”