Not what it use to be. Don t go unless you like expensive over fried soggy homecut fries that were fried at noon and served at 6pm. Don t go if you were hoping for a platter of scallops (too many to count) unless you like the heavy braded commercial variety found at Costco and you can count to 10. Believe me the portions and quality can be found at the Poodle Dog in Fife for $8.95 rather than $28.00 a al carte. It was once memorable now it s forgettable. Sorry...
So sad. Harbor Lights is no more. Granted, the restaurant is still there. But now it s just an Anthony s. The remodel went well, physically. It s clean, modern, and functional. Forget what the cole slaw was like...it s gone. So is the ambiance. I m sorry, but when I wanted to go to an Anthony s, I would have just driven about 2 miles further. Tacoma is lessened by what has happened to Harbor Lights.
My husband and I went here for dinner on a Friday night at 7:15pm. We were seated immediately. The waitress was friendly, but almost too calm/tired? We got our drinks right away. There was a slight wait for the appetizer, and a longer wait for the food. Not too bad, but noticeable. I had the halibut and chips and my husband had the cod and chips. It was good, but it wasn't quite crisp on the outside. It seemed like it was a bit soggy. After we got our food we didn't see out waitress for quite some time. Then we had to wait for the bill and when we left we walked past 2 or 3 people who worked there and not one said to have a nice night or thank you for coming. The view was awesome I will say that. The lady who was in charge of drinks and refills was very friendly and kept our drinks filled, kudos to her for that. It was a little loud, but not so much that you couldn't have a conversation, and it was a bit too dark for me. I am ok with the lights dimmed, but it just seemed slightly too dark for my liking. This was the first time we had been to Harbor Lights. I don't think I was impressed enough to go back again. For sure it was not worth the money.
This is one restaurant I would not go back to on Ruston Way. I was expecting a nice meal as this restaurant looked busy, but was disappointed. I ordered the Panko crusted halibut and asked for vegetables instead of the baked potato, but the waitress said veggies already came with the dish. WRONG! No veggies and my fish was cold in the middle. Instead of re-firing my order, they reheated my fish and placed it back on my plate in a mess. My dad had finished his meal by the time I got mine. They not charge me for my meal, but I would have rather have paid and had a nice meal.
I tried this place when visiting - had a lovely lunch with an incredible view. I tried salmon fish and chips and wow - YUMMY! I now think all fish and chips should be made with salmon. So good!
It was fairly close to the Museum of Glass, so perfect Tacoma visit!
Easily the very best seafood restaurant in the Pacific Northwest. The only reason that I can come up with to go to Tacoma, but this place will keep you coming back. Very nice ambiance, excellent food including the freshest Dungess crab, excellent service, a gorgeous on-the-water view of Puget Sound, and double-shot drinks in the bar! Make a reservation because the place is always packed!
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