Salty's is for foodies — well, maybe "sea-foodies" — and you'll want to get in here on select evenings, in January and February, when Salty's chefs are presenting three courses for only $30. The special menu features quintessentially Northwest seafood cuisine prepared with local ingredients. (Okay, okay, if seafood is not your foodie, there are options for you, too!) Each chef plays to their culinary background with both creative and elegant dishes. 

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Happy Hour on Sundays just got happier at our Salty's in Portland! Salty's on the Columbia is now serving live music in the bar on Sunday evenings starting January 4. Enjoy contemporary music by Kaleo Titcomb, a vocalist playing acoustic guitar, offering you the sounds of reggae, soft rock and contemporary hits. As a native Hawaiian, who moved to Portland four years ago, he is heavily influenced by the sounds of the Hawaiian Islands. The dark nights of winter will disappear before you know it. 

Your wedding reception or rehearsal dinner is quintessentially Pacific Northwest at Salty's! Your family and guests will love our sweeping views of the Seattle skyline at our Salty’s on Alki Beach in West Seattle. At Redondo Beach, just south of Seattle, enjoy stunning views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mts. In Portland, the Columbia River is all yours!

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Our Salty's at Redondo is in the running for Best of Federal Way 2015. Do you think our gem on Puget Sound makes the grade for best brunch in Federal Way? Best seafood restaurant? Best lunch? Best steakhouse? Year after year you vote for this one-of-a-kind restaurant as Best of Federal Way and we wanted to ask, Did we make the grade again?

When you think of Salty's does best brunch come to mind? Are Salty's Certified Angus Beef steaks the best in town? Does Salty's come to mind for best restaurant, best outdoor dining, best happy hour? Does Chef Jeremy's blog Kitchen Talk or owner Kathy Kingen's Good For You blog make your daily read?

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Ever wonder about the origin of the rebar and concrete structures surrounding the large salmon artwork in Salty's waterfront parking lot in West Seattle? There's a story about this "Urban Reef" that highlights the history of the old West Seattle bridge. Gerry Kingen, Salty's founder and owner, was recently interviewed by videographer Mark Jaroslaw about the Urban Reef and presents a video featured on the Southwest Seattle Historical Society web site.

You'll want to come in to Salty's to try our new fall menus. Our chefs love this time of year with its bounty of sweet vegetables. You must come try our new side dish, Vadouvan French Masala Curry-Roasted Yams with meyer lemon yogurt. Cioppino returns with a vengence (kicked up a notch or two). Our two-inch thick cut of Ribeye would warm anyone's soul. Here are a few dishes our chefs want to be sure you make a date just to enjoy:

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Camp Victory is in the non-profit spotlight at all Salty's on Feb. 10 for our Tuesday Tune-Up fundraiser. Enjoy live tunes at all three locations (Alki with VJ Duo, Emcee Victor Janusz on the piano and Robertson Witmer on accordion and clarinet). You're invited to join us! Enter a raffle for a chance to win a gift basket from Camp Victory! Here's why you need to help:

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If you grab an East Coaster and ask them which crab is the best, they will reply blue crab. Deep down this person knows they are lying to you — do not believe them! The most fantastic crab in the entire world is Dungeness crab. Every time I nosh on this sweet and delicate creature of the West Coast, the theme song from Karate Kid floats through my mind: "You're the best around, nothing's going to stop or bring you down!" Next thing that happens...

It's really a subtle form of torture not eating crab. I love crab. There is nothing else that has the succulent fibrous texture of those sweet lumps of white. When my family moved to the Northwest from Minnesota decades ago, we went from thinking fish sticks were seafood to celebrating Christmas Eve dining on the delicious delicacy of fresh Dungeness crab. Those were the days! We loved the adventure of dining on this new, strangely armored seafood that looked more like a transformer robot than Yuletide dinner. Since every mallet, hammer and pliers in the house was needed to crack them, you can imagine the chaos with six kids. Alas, over the years I eventually developed an ironic allergy to crustaceans and now I only have visions of those crab legs dancing in my head.

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