SEATTLE — Alki Beach — 206-937-1600
DES MOINES — Redondo Beach — 253-946-0636
PORTLAND — Columbia River — 503-288-4444
Please know that our fabulous waterfront views are visible from virtually every seat in our restaurants, not just window seats. While we wish we could give everyone a window seat, they are first-come first-served! Holiday reservations must be made by telephone — we do not accept online reservations for Valentine's Day, Easter, Mother's & Father's Day, Thanksgiving or New Year's. Please call for parties of 11 or more. On weekends we serve brunch, not lunch at most our locations.
We love our soup at Salty’s Seafood Grills. One reason is that soup can be served anytime — as a ﬁrst course, main dish, snack or even as a dessert. Warm or cold, soup is the perfect food for hot days, cold days, busy days or stay-at-home days.
Corporate Chef Jeremy McLachlan's thick, rich soup with tons of flavor is perfect for a chilly Fall. Super easy, quick, and a
Chef Gabe from our Salty's at Redondo Beach (South Seattle) has really outdone himself with this delicious Gazpacho. Simple a
This broth can be used like a "nage" (pronounced Naw-je). Nage is a French term meaning “to swim” and refers to a cooking met
Salty's Crab Bisque soup rivals the splendor of Salty's Seafood Chowder. A velvety bisque made with Dungeness Crab is slowly
This Salty's favorite with a French twist is sure to please on any table.
A complex delicacy of a soup made by our master Chef's at the Portland Salty's location.
Bouillabaisse is a traditional Provençal fish stew originating from the port city of Marseille. The French and English form b
A comforting dish on a cold day or when you’re feeling under the weather, and an easy way to use up leftover roasted chicken.
Complex flavor and a delicious smell in this Thai-style seafood shrimp as prepared by Portland Executive Chef Dana Cross.