Best Outdoor Dining With A View
Outdoor bars, waterfront views, summer breezes, and incredible sunsets are served up with award-winning seafood and steaks.
Summer in the Northwest brings sunny, warm weather and long days with star-studded evenings. On days like these, everyone is looking for some type of outdoor dining, but few places offer it up like Salty's Restaurants in Seattle and Portland. Outdoor bars, waterfront views, summer breezes, and incredible sunsets are served up with award-winning seafood and steaks to create the best alfresco dining experience in the Northwest. Whether you're looking for fresh salmon or clams, a frosty margarita or a starry nightcap, our outdoor decks and patios are ready for you to enjoy!
Salty's on Alki Beach
Although Salty's on Alki Beach in Seattle, is a first choice restaurant at any time of the year, when spring and summer arrive it is a particular treasure. Long summer days and evenings with warm sunshine and refreshing saltwater breezes encourage Salty's guests to enjoy dining outside on our seaside patio or on our wraparound deck. It's a fine spot for a fresh seafood meal or happy-hour specials while watching the busy Seattle waterfront or catching a sunset over the Seattle downtown skyline.
Salty's on the Columbia
At Salty's on the Columbia in Portland, we offer alfresco dining with stunning sunset views of the Columbia River and Mount Hood. And, there isn't a bad seat in the house, or on our wraparound, or on our outdoor deck. Anchored right on the Columbia River with fabulous waterfront views, Salty's outdoor dining is the best in town.
Salty's at Redondo Beach
In South Seattle, Salty's at Redondo Beach, is a locals' favorite hangout when spring and summer arrive. Long summer days and evenings with warm sunshine and refreshing saltwater breezes encourage Salty's guests to linger with refreshing cocktails and tasty seafood appetizers.
Plus, with a killer sunset view of the Olympics over Puget Sound, Salty's at Redondo Beach is the best outdoor dining and drinking spot in South Seattle.