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Anthony's HomePort - Everett

The private dining room at Anthony's HomePort, Everett overlooks the largest saltwater marina in the Pacific Northwest. It is located on Port Gardner Bay with majestic views of Camano Island, Whidbey Island and the Olympic Mountains.

Anthony’s Restaurants is a family of unique restaurants located throughout the Pacific Northwest.  Our locally owned company traces its history to 1969 when founder, Budd Gould opened his first restaurant in Bellevue, Washington.  As the company grew focusing on waterfront view locations throughout the Puget Sound, a variety of concepts were developed to showcase the best of the Northwest in relaxed dinner houses and casual dining restaurants as well as traditional “to go” Fish N Chip bars.  In October 2011, the company went off the water to open Anthony’s Seafood Grill at Alderwood.

Anthony’s opened our own wholesale seafood company in 1984 to insure we consistently offer our guests the finest, highest quality fresh seafood.  Anthony’s Seafood operates with the sole purpose of meeting this goal.  We complement our fresh Northwest seafood with fresh “in season” local produce, Northwest wines and local microbrews.

Anthony’s Restaurants is a privately held company owned by a partnership of Seattle natives, Budd Gould, the Gould family and members of Anthony’s senior management team.  The company has more than 250 team members who have been with Anthony’s over 10 years and 70 having 20 or more years of service.  We have 15 multi-generational families working with us including one three generation family.

Dedicated to giving our guests a truly Northwest dining experience, Anthony’s has earned the reputation for the finest fresh seafood, perfectly prepared and expertly served with an uncompromising commitment to quality and value.

1726 W Marine View Drive
Everett, Washington 98201

Phone: 425-252-3333

Monday - Thursday 11AM-9:30PM
Friday - Saturday 11AM-10:30PM
Sunday 10AM-9:30PM

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