Redondo (South Seattle) Banquet and Catering Services
Give your next banquet a better point of view at Salty's with spectacular waterfront views from our location on Redondo Beach. We're a hidden gem on the Puget Sound waterfront just south of Seattle between Des Moines and Federal Way. Your guests will enjoy fabulous sweeping views of the Sound, Maury Island and the Olympic Mts. while dining on award-winning Northwest seafood and steak cuisine with impeccable service. Salty's has everything you need to create the perfect party, wedding reception, anniversary, birthday, holiday party or corporate event. Our Executive Chef and our Catering Sales Team work to customize a menu to meet your budget and style. Salty's provides only the freshest seasonal ingredients. Here are your private dining menus:
- Redondo Banquet Plated Dinner Menu
- Redondo Banquet Plated Lunch Menu
- Redondo Banquet Dinner Buffet Menu
- Redondo Banquet Lunch Buffet Menu
- Redondo Banquet Breakfast Buffet Menu
- Redondo Banquet Hors d'oeuvres Menu
Banquet Rooms for Private Dining
Our Redondo Beach facility accommodates parties up to 100 guests (we have curtains that keep your area private). Next door to Salty's is the amazing and unique 2,500 square-foot Marine Science and Technology Center (MaST) and this space accommodates up to 40 and can hold up to 60 with a Fire Marshal permit. The MaST is the marine biology and aquarium facility of Highline College. It is both a teaching institute and a public learning center and offers a unique setting with 80 species of marine life, touch tanks, an octopus and jellyfish.
Your business is our pleasure, and the parking is as free as the view!
Any company can offer customer service; whether the team cares to give the service is what sets the company apart from their competition. I can find customer service at any place of business. But when that team member cares that I am there, it is what will bring me back each and every time ... and this is exactly how I feel every time I come to Salty's ... your team cares!" —Rae Hanneman, Portland North Harbour