Anthony's Pier 66 (Seattle, WA): Don't waste your time, money, and taste buds. I called and spoke with the hostess at about 6:00 pm for reservations. She informed me that the inside was booked but that the outside seating (quite enormous) was on a first come, first serve basis and that we would be fine if we came in. We arrived 15 minutes later, and I asked for our group of four to be put on the waiting list. She said that they were all booked up, and after I explained that I had just phoned, yadayada?. She whispered and said to me?"we're overbooked." After our delightful conversation I asked who the manager was, and to my surprise, it was the goof standing right next to the kind hostess. He said not a word and went not straight to work. I asked him his name and he said "Sean." No apologies whatsoever. No "thank you," or "please come back again." Nothing of the sort. I have eaten at Anthony's previously with friends; the food is average, and while I will pay hundreds for good food and drink, the food at Anthony's was below average for the price. Nevertheless, they do have cool televisions in the men's room playing ESPN.