Photos by Tag: anthony’s

April 16th, 2020

Shoreline color

An outside planter at Anthony’s Restaurant in downtown Anacortes provides a splash of color along the esplanade at Cap Sante Marina. Prominent in the display are tulips and daffodils.

January 2nd, 2020

Anthony’s opens in January 2011

Seems like only yesterday when I was allowed to take a sneak peek of the new Anacortes Anthony’s restaurant, one week before its opening in January 2011. Smiles all ’round in a shiny new kitchen. A welcome addition to our island business community…

July 14th, 2011

Elevated view

I was afforded the opportunity Wednesday to “take a ride” in a Port of Anacortes bucket truck that gave me a different perspective on area around Anthony’s Restaurant and Cap Sante Boat Haven. What a wonderful corner of our fair city! If your haven’t already done so in recent months, I urge you to pay […]

June 5th, 2011

Sun dining

Diners all through Anacortes took advantage of weather to exercise the outdoor dining option last weekend.

May 13th, 2011

Rows of boats

With sun shining and flags flying, hundreds of people walked the docks at Trawler Fest 2011, a week-long event sponsored by PassageMaker magazine. Trawler Fest, which is taking place at Cap Sante Boat Haven, is a boost to the local economy with guests spilling out into businesses including Anthony’s Restaurant.

January 17th, 2011

Now serving

With a “soft opening” over the weekend, Anthony’s at Cap Sante Marina restaurant made it official: they are now serving Anacortes, in more ways than one. Not only is the company open for meals, but they also partnered in a Rotary benefit dinner that brought in about $15,000 for local charities Gentry House and Boys […]

January 11th, 2011

Dining on the waterfront

This is the view from the southwest corner of the new Anthony’s restaurant at Cap Sante Boat Haven in downtown Anacortes. The restaurant opens for dinner next Monday, January 17, but a lucky few will get a sneak peek this weekend when Rotary hosts a fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club and Gentry House. […]

January 8th, 2011

If you build it…

Just days remain now before the long anticipated opening of Anthony’s seafood restaurant on the downtown Anacortes waterfront. The restaurant will open for dinners only effectiveMonday, January 17. The lunch menu will be available about a week later. Already, Anthony’s has opted to be involved in a philanthropic event with the local Rotary Club. That […]

December 22nd, 2010

Anthony’s in January

Just a few weeks remain now before the grand opening of Anthony’s restaurant on the downtown Anacortes waterfront. Anthony’s is located at Cap Sante Boat Haven, a public marina operated by the Port of Anacortes. Details on restaurant opening are pending. This shot is taken from the esplanade near the commercial docks.

November 10th, 2010

Restaurant tour

Anacortes Port Executive Bob Hyde (right, blue jacket) and staffer Brady Rowe (orange vest) led a Monday afternoon tour of Anthony’s restaurant at Cap Sante Boat Haven. Among those in attendance was Commissioner Bill Short. The public tour included a lap around the restaurant, which is still under construction. There was also a brief visit […]

October 21st, 2010

Shoreline addition

Exterior work on the Anthony’s Restaurant in downtown Anacortes is well underway. Lots of glass on the east side of the restaurant will bring Cap Sante Boat Haven right into the dining area. A January 2011 opening is planned.

October 10th, 2010

Steady progress

Anyone who travels “R” Avenue or walks at Cap Sante Boat Haven is aware that dramatic progress has been made as Anthony’s Restaurant moves toward a January 2011 opening on the waterfront.

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