Are you planning a Holiday Party in Seattle or Portland, Oregon? Don't miss Holiday Magic at Salty's Restaurants! Every year — from early December into the new year — giant life-sized nutcrackers march to Salty's to make your Holiday Parties special. We call it the Magical March of the Nutcrackers. If you want to put together a Holiday Party in Seattle, Portland or South Seattle (North Tacoma, Federal Way, Des Moines or Kent), you've found the right place! You won't believe your eyes! Extravagant colorful lighting showcases larger-than-life nutcrackers that stand tall around our dining rooms to give your family, company banquets and parties a special touch of enchantment! Don't miss our fantasy storybook setting during Salty's Magical March of the Nutcrackers. Join us for Holiday Party Dinners, Holiday Party Luncheons and Holiday Party Weekend Brunches. Let our professional party planners help you with your family or company holiday event planning.
Taste the Magic of Salty's Holiday Parties!
Don't miss a wonderland atmosphere at Salty's starting in early December and into the new year. You won't believe your eyes! Giant life-sized nutcrackers are sure to make your Holiday Party, Company Holiday Party, Office Holiday Party and Christmas Party the best ever!
Where did Salty's giant nutcrackers come from? In 2007 the annual downtown Seattle Nutcracker March headed to Salty's for their new home in West Seattle, Des Moines and Portland, Oregon. Beckoned by Gerry Kingen, Salty's owner, the giant nutcrackers saw 2007 as the third and what was to be the final season of the Nutcracker March of life-sized replicas inspired by the Pacific Northwest Nutcracker Ballet. It was a fund-raiser to benefit Northwest Center and it started in downtown Seattle as a public art display. Individually designed by local Northwest artists, these seven-foot tall colorful sculptures used to stand guard in downtown Seattle and now they're at all Salty's from early December into the new year!
"We are thrilled that all the nutcrackers have been purchased,";Tracey Lyman, VP of Community Affairs and People for Northwest Center told us in 2007. "We broke our donation record from previous years' participation in the Nutcracker March."; She added, "We look forward to putting these donations to good use, furthering our mission to promote the growth, development and independence of people with disabilities."
Find our more about Salty's nutcrackers artists. Every year they move from one Salty's location to another, check the sidebar for their locations.