Anthony’s at the Old Mill District just received its first shipment of salmon from Alaska’s famed Copper River this spring.
Born free and caught wild, Copper River King and Sockeye salmon are deep in color with a silken texture and rich flavor. The Copper River difference is in the extra fat these fish store to sustain their arduous, upriver journey to the stream where they were born.
Anthony’s proudly offers these choice salmon for the next few weeks. The arrival of Copper River salmon is an annual tradition in Seattle where the fish are favored for their distinct flavor. Anthony’s receives its Copper River salmon directly from its own seafood company.
Anthony’s is currently open from 2 to 8 p.m. every day.
The Copper River salmon season is short, so make sure you take advantage of this Pacific Northwest specialty soon. One of our favorite entrees from this special salmon run is Anthony’s Copper River Sockeye Salmon dish in which the sockeye salmon is chargrilled with sun-dried tomatoes and basil butter and served with champ potatoes and fresh vegetables. Be sure to ask your server about other limited-run Copper River salmon specials!
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