Jeff Humphrey

Anthony’s Hungry for Your Business

Jeff Humphrey, Media Manager, 509.622.5868


Wednesday, February 16, 2022 at 10:23 a.m.

It’s a daily race against time and distance.

Anthony’s at the Falls prides itself on serving the freshest seafood possible.

And that means taking deliveries, sometimes, just hours before the fish or crab shows up on your table.

Unfortunately, rebuilding the Post Street Bridge has made it tougher for you to get to the waterfront restaurant.

“We’ve absolutely experienced a decline in our guest count coming through the door. In addition to COVID, and also, just the decline in tourism, the construction has added more challenges for us,” said Tiffany Robinson, general manager at Anthony’s at the Falls.

The City of Spokane has put up more signs, to help guide guests around construction detours but, if you’re a fan of Anthony’s, the restaurant, and especially its staff, could really use your business.

“Our team comes everyday to serve our guests. And we want to make sure that our team is taken care of and, that they can make money and they can have a living, doing what they love to do,” explained Amy Burns, co-president of Anthony’s Restaurants.

So here’s a couple more reasons to consider rekindling your culinary love affair with Anthony’s including, the fact Anthony’s is a family-owned business.

“My father has built this business on the loyalty he’s grown with our guests. And, he’s so committed to that connection and providing that quality of experience, of the waterfront, and the best seafood and service,” pledged Burns.

And, if you haven’t been to Anthony’s lately, you’ll find new lighting atop the U.S. Pavilion makes sunset views of the falls even more spectacular.

Between the food and atmosphere, Inlander readers have honored Anthony’s for more than decade.

“We have our own seafood company, that we started, so we could buy the freshest seafood from the fisherman directly,” Burns added.

And, now that you know all the hard work that goes into moving meals from fish hooks to your fork, think about taking the time to patronize Anthony’s, even if it takes another turn or two to get there.

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