I know Anthony's is well-known in Seattle for their impressive views and fresh, expensive seafood, but I remain unimpressed. Maybe it's the heavy, uninspired, boring food they continue to serve; maybe it's all the old-country-club folks that seem to fill the place. It just seems a little outdated in a town of fresh, young, innovative restaurants that, many of which, offer good seafood too.
And I swear this is true: I was just telling my mom how heavy and unhealthy I thought their food was when the guy next to us proceeded to have a heart attack, thus proving my point (he turned out okay).
I do have to say though: they have the best clam chowder EVER.