Anthony’s Hearthfire Grill

Written by on October 22, 2013 in I Eat America, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

( – Squalicum Harbor at the port in Bellingham, Washington

Anthony's Hearthfire Sign

How I heard of this place: On a recent weekend trip to visit my family, my husband and I really wanted to take my mom out for dinner. We were looking for a place that felt special without being pretentious, a restaurant with good food at reasonable prices and one at which my mom would find enough on the menu to satisfy her elite sense of taste.

Anthony's Hearthfire Chef

Type of cuisine: Offering guests premier Northwest designer beef and fresh Northwest seafood, this high-energy restaurant specializes in hearthfire cooking.”

Dedicated to giving our guests a truly Northwest dining experience, Anthony’s has earned the reputation for the finest fresh seafood, perfectly prepared and expertly served with an uncompromising commitment to quality and value.”

Anthony's Hearthfire View

Ambiance: Anthony’s Restaurants is a family of twenty two unique restaurants located throughout the Pacific Northwest. 

Anthony's Hearthfire Bar

Our locally owned company traces its history to 1969 when founder, Budd Gould opened his first restaurant in Bellevue, Washington. 

Anthony's Hearthfire Kitchen Rotisserie

As the company grew focusing on waterfront view locations throughout the Puget Sound, a variety of concepts were developed to showcase the best of the Northwest in relaxed dinner houses and casual dining restaurants as well as traditional “to go” Fish N Chip bars.”

Anthony's Hearthfire Kitchen

What I ordered: Four of the five of us dining at the Hearthfire on this crisp and sunny afternoon enjoyed the Early Dinner Special: $19.95 for a three-course meal served Monday through Friday until 6:00 p.m.

Anthony's Hearthfire Menu

Each three-course dinner includes Hearthfire flatbread,

Anthony's Hearthfire Bread

paired with our choice of Fireroasted Tomato Basil Soup,

Anthony's Hearthfire Tomato Basil Soup

Caesar Salad topped with bacon,

Anthony's Hearthfire Caesar Salad

or starter;  and an entree, three of which were found at our table. Two of us enjoyed the Barbecued Grilled Ocean Prawns sauteed New Orleans style with garlic butter and spices, and served with red potatoes;

Anthony's Hearthfire BBQ Prawns

my mom selected the Alaska Lingcod marinated in white wine and baked with a topping of sour cream, red onion and fresh dill;

Anthony's Hearthfire Baked Cod

and the fourth in our party enjoying the Early Dinner special selected the signature Double R Ranch Flank Steak spice rubbed, applewood grilled and finished with a chipotle lime butter, served with cornbread pudding.

Anthony's Hearthfire Flank Steak

My husband, ever on the lookout for the best steak, opted for the a la carte 14-ounce, hand-cut Double R Ranch Signature Rib Eye Steak ($36.95) chargrilled and served with crispy onion rings, seasonal vegetable and hearth oven roasted Yukon Gold potatoes.

Anthony's Hearthfire Rib Eye Steak

For our desserts, two Key Lime Pies in mini jars

Anthony's Hearthfire Key Lime

and two mini jars of Chocolate Mousse before we called it a night.

Anthony's Hearthfire Chocolate Mousse

What I loved: The flatbread. We just could not get enough of it. Oh. My. Gosh. Yum.

Why I loved it: Unpretentious setting, friendly server and an array of delicious options for a full, three-course meal.

Cost: Average to high ($15 – $36.95 per entree)

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