Friday, June 12, 2009
Anthony's Restaurant, Sea-Tac Airport
Nice. Even if I wasn't able to get my shellfish breakfast today, at least there were places at the airport that I could get my fixing at. Anthony's has a number of restaurants in the area, including this outlet at the airport (Central Terminal, post-security, 431-3000). Both their full service restaurant as well as the fast-food fish & chips stand had lines forming, so I went straight to the bar instead, where I plopped myself down with a local Mac & Jack African ale as well as some clam chowder, dungeness crab cocktail, and a dozen oysters.
While the clam chowder was much thicker than I was expecting, it still went down quickly, together with the fresh oysters and crab. And being at the airport, everything came out super fast, making these guys a speedy way to get a taste of the Pacific Northwest, even if one is only in transit. One of my favorite things in the world is a raw bar and local beer from the West Coast, so I was happy as a clam (no pun intended) sitting here before my flight. It's probably a good thing that I don't live in the area though, or else my cholesterol would be sky high from all of that shellfish that I so easily fall victim to.
Digested at 12:48 PM
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