Alaskan Halibut has arrived at the Salt Cellar and is being served broiled over Mesquite charcoal and topped with gourmet butter or charcoal broiled and served with lemon caper butter or blackened Cajun style. We are also excited to announce that the Alaskan Halibut “Cheeks” are also now on our menu. Considered by many to […]
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In celebration of Easter on Sunday, April 1st, we will begin serving dinner at 4:00PM, with the Bar opening at 3:00PM. Be sure to make your reservations, either by phone at 480-947-1963 or online by going to our website, www.saltcellarrestaurant.com , and then to Reservations. We look forward to sharing this special day with you! […]
The goal of the Salt Cellar for well over 35 years now is “an uncompromising approach to fresh seafood”. Our journey begins with our largest supplier of fresh seafood, M.F. Foley Company, a family owned fish processor since 1906 (four generations). To give you just a glimpse into their success and our reason for choosing […]
The readers of Arizona Business Magazine have, once again, voted the Salt Cellar Restaurant as the “Best Seafood Restaurant”. For more than 37 years, the Salt Cellar has taken great pride in our uncompromising approach to fresh seafood – sparing neither effort nor expense in finding the finest and freshest seafood available. Our wonderfully skilled […]
Happy Holidays from the Salt Cellar Restaurant! Christmas Eve hours: Dinner 4PM-10PM & Bar 3PM-12AM Christmas Day: CLOSED New Years Eve hours: Dinner 4PM-11PM & Bar 3PM-1AM New Years Day hours: Dinner 5PM-10AM & Bar 4PM-12AM Reservations are always recommended
November brought an end to fresh Alaskan Halibut and Alaskan Halibut Cheeks until the 2018 season opens next March. We are now flying in fresh Atlantic Halibut. Atlantic Halibut has a firm white meat with a large flake and a delicate and slightly sweet flavor. This great fish comes to us from Nova Scotia and is […]