We are so excited to share Meghan and Steven’s breathtaking Salty’s at Alki wedding. Located in West Seattle, Salty’s at Alki is famous for its panoramic views of the Seattle skyline and award-winning Northwest cuisine. Meghan and Steven were even more stunning than the view in a gorgeous lace dress and perfectly fitted tuxedo.
Sound Originals loves photographing spectacular weddings at Salty’s at Alki. Couples can choose from three private dining rooms The Alki Room, The Duwamish Room, or Admiral’s Stateroom, each with an attached private patio or deck. Combine two rooms for bigger parties or all three rooms creating The Grand Skyline Ballroom to host up to 300 guests. Walk down the aisle looking at the gorgeous waterfront view either outside on the glass-railing deck or inside the ballroom with floor-to-ceiling windows. After the ceremony, enjoy a charbroiled steak or a wonderful seafood dinner made from the freshest seasonal ingredients.
Before the ceremony started, Sound Originals was thrilled to photograph the elegant couple during golden hour, on a beautiful wooden dock with Elliott Bay and the Seattle skyline in the background. During the ceremony, the couple exchanged rings while making heartfelt promises for their wonderful life ahead. Then the couple got to enjoy a few intimate moments with their closest friends while signing their marriage certificate. Finally, Meghan and Steven celebrated the night by dancing and creating unforgettable memories at their lively and joyful reception.
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Salty’s at Alki Wedding Video
Salty’s at Alki Wedding Photos
Salty’s Alki Menu
Salty’s at Alki prides itself on providing award-winning Northwest cuisine. They believe the best products are sourced sustainably in season from local farmers and fisheries. Find the “You Crack Me Up” Crab Festival during Dungeness crab season in the winter, “Just for the Halibut” Festival during the Alaskan halibut season in the springtime, “Wild Ones” Summer Salmon Festival during Copper River Salmon season in the summer, and “Aw Shucks! Amorous Oyster” Festival in the fall. Come enjoy a pepper-crusted New York Strip steak, roasted chicken, pan-fried Rockfish, or one of the many other mouth-watering options. Take a peek at their carefully curated menu on their website.
Anthony’s does not have an Alki location. It is often confused with the seafood restaurant in West Seattle called Salty’s at Alki. Anthony’s Pier 66 is located across Elliott Bay on the downtown Seattle waterfront. It is a family-owned premier Northwest seafood restaurant. Guests will be awe-struck by the panoramic views of the downtown Seattle skyline, Mt. Rainier, and Elliott Bay. Browse their hand-selected dinner and drinks menu to see what strikes your fancy. Traveling by boat? No problem! Guest moorage is available for short-term stays up to 6 hours. Check their website for current moorage rates.
Salty’s is always looking for new ways to wow its guests. During the holiday season, buy $50 worth of gift cards and get a $10 promotional card to spend January through April. Buy $100 worth of gift cards and get a $20 promotional card to spend from January through April. Enjoy 50% off bottles of PNW wine every Monday (excluding holidays that fall on Mondays). Wines are selected by their two-time Washington Sommelier of the Year winner Tim O’Brien. Mondays and Tuesdays are Scampi Night. Indulge in a three-course dinner of seafood chowder, one pound of prawn scampi over fluffy mashed potatoes with French green beans, and white chocolate mousse cake for $35! Salty’s Alki location often participates in Seattle Restaurant Week. Usually held from late October to early November, restaurants prepare a pre-fixed three-course menu for $35. Check out Salty’s Restaurant Week menu here. Browse Salty’s website to find up-to-date information on all their current events.