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Chinook's at Salmon Bay Restaurant Review: A casual member of the local Anthony’s restaurant chain, this restaurant offers views of the Alaska fishing fleet dockside at Seattle’s Fishermen’s Terminal. (Guest moorage is also available in front of the restaurant, so feel free to arrive by boat for dinner.) The menu offers Northwest-inspired dishes such as salmon or halibut tacos and crab cakes with ginger-plum sauce. Steaming bowls of clam chowder (Manhattan and Boston are both available) or crab-filled gumbo are starter favorites. Anyone not interested in seafood may enjoy a selection of burgers, chicken, and the seven-ounce sirloin steak. The fresh sheet lists the day’s catch and always includes a bargain Blue Plate Special, which is where we recommend putting your hard-earned cash. On weekends, choose the satisfying Fisherman’s Breakfast (be sure to order the scones), and on Monday nights, all-you-can-eat fish ‘n’ chips is the lure. The oysters are good anytime and we order them at the bar while hoisting a local brew. There's a full bar with a wine list featuring Northwest varietals. To top things off, share a signature seasonal berry cobbler. In summertime, Chinook's patio is a choice spot for dinner.