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  Anthony's Restaurant
Anacortes, Washington
July 7, 2015

Anthony's Restaurant at Cap Sante is located in the heart of downtown Anacortes at the Port of Anacortes Cap Sante Marina in Washington state.  The restaurant had a scenic waterfront setting ideal for viewing the activities of the commercial fishing fleet as well as recreational boating.  It had two outside decks; one of which had a fireplace, ideal for year round outdoor dining.

Anthony's Restaurant
Anthony's Restaurant

The two RV Gypsies wanted to sit outside, but were told they would not get service there. So they sat by the bar.

UNHAPPY FACEThe waitress walked by them several times ignoring them, and once she even repositioned the nearby bar stools but never acknowledged the two RV Gypsies. A man at the table next to the two RV Gypsies even said he had told the waitress that the people next to him (meaning the two RV Gypsies) had been there about 20 minutes without service. So then Lee Duquette mentioned it to one of the bar tenders and he said he would send someone over but did not. Finally Karen Duquette got the attention of the waitress and she came over and said she was sorry she was so busy. REALLY? What was that bit about repositioning the bar stools instead of taking waiting on people? Anyway, Lee ordered a hamburger rare and of course it came out medium well. But he liked it. Karen had a spinach avocado and cheese dip that she liked. Below is the view the two RV Gypsies had while they ate, but it was through a glass window. The photo was actually taken later as they walked around outside of the restaurant.

Note: The above comments are just the experience of the two RV Gypsies. These comments do not make the restaurant good or bad in general.

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