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Anthony's HomePort Restaurant Review: On the eastern shore of Lake Washington, Anthony’s HomePort in Kirkland has a view of Hunts Point, Sand Point and the Seattle skyline. This location was founded in 1975 as the first of Anthony’s HomePorts, and serves fresh fish for moderate prices. Because Anthony's parent company is also a seafood wholesaler, you can count on the catch-of-the-day being fresh, whether it's wild Alaska salmon, Canadian halibut, Hawaiian snapper, petrale sole from Oregon or oysters from Puget Sound. Dishes are well-prepared, but don’t expect anything cutting-edge, and that's just fine with Anthony's diners. Arrive by boat and find public moorage available by the hour according to vessel size at nearby Kirkland Marina.