Mill Creek is a city in Snohomish County, Washington, United States. It is located approximately 20 miles north-northeast of downtown Seattle and is part of the Seattle metropolitan area. The 2010 census population was 18,244. Mill Creek was originally a planned community built around a golf course and country club as its centerpiece.
Things to do in Mill Creek
4.5 based on 300 reviews
Have always like the keg, like the new updated decor, yet as far as I can tell the menu is till basically the same. This is a good thing, the steaks are awesome. Stopped by for luch the other day, had the keg burger, Spectacular !!
Will enjoy being able to go back again, and again :-)
4.5 based on 169 reviews
Located along Mill Creek's well-adorned Main Street, this restaurant has an attractive brick exterior and a cozy square-shaped interior that gives one the sense of "upscale" and "millennial."
The food offerings aren't as extensive as other breakfast places, but what they do they do well, and the prices are competitive. The service was generally good, lagging about midway through, but that aspect is always somewhat unpredictable.
4 based on 85 reviews
Yummy, Creative Doughnuts, This Is My 2nd Submittal To Get Them Listed
If Oregon has Voodoo, we have FROST. Their selections are so delectable that we end up always buying a dozen (and another one to go) since we could get enough of that signature bacon maple bar.
4.5 based on 166 reviews
Friendly and inviting staff. Neighborhood restaurant and bar. Scratch kitchen. Intimate and casual atmosphere.
One if our favorite local go to places. Good beer list with 20 on tap and coming soon to think about. Good appetizers, not the same menu as everywhere else, and good energy. Moderate prices, with bar area separate from general seating. We enjoy having this close by. Looking forward to my Roasted Beet with Salmon salad tonight!
4.5 based on 40 reviews
We were looking for a good local place to get an occasional cappuccino. This is a nice small shop where the coffee has been good, and the baked goods are delicious and tempting. There are all different kinds of baked goods, from tarts to croissants to cookies. During Christmas, they had some seasonal items in both coffees and goodies. The ladies that work there are always friendly. It's our new go-to place.
4 based on 130 reviews
We stopped here for lunch and there was hardly anyone else there! It was a weekday afternoon. We love wood fired food so enjoyed the flat bread, best one was Pear, Blue Cheese, Arugula and Pecans. Quinoa Salad with Avocado was also good. Local beers on tap and nice wine list.
Service was pretty good but you could tell they were doing a lot of other things since it was not very busy. Overall a great stop, would go again for sure!
4.5 based on 262 reviews
Emory's is located on the shore of Silver Lake, a 106-acre natural spring fed lake. The restaurant's interior decor is very "lodgy" with high open beam ceilings and spectacular westerly views across the lake. In addition to our spacious 6,000 square foot building, we feature the largest outdoor lake front deck in Snohomish County.
Celebrated husbands birthday here, this is our 5th or so visit in as many years. Close to home, great atmosphere, professional staff, excellent food. A bit spendy but worth it for special occasions. This restaurant has burned down several times over the years, interesting history here. Did I mention beautiful views of the lake?
4 based on 122 reviews
This is one of a regional chain of restaurants, the others being the Mukilteo Speedway Cafe, Village Square Cafe, Issaquah Cafe, Woodinville Cafe, Crystal Creek Cafe, and the Sammamish Cafe. I have only been to the first two so far, but this one is the better of the two, simply because it has a theme and atmosphere inside that matches the restaurant's name: a logging saw upon entry, pictures of loggers, a huge fireplace in the center, a lot of windows with greenery about, and you feel like you’re in a mill.
Situated just east of the main drag in Mill Creek, this place is worth the trip. The menu is comprehensive, with something for everyone, and most importantly customizable, unlike most competitors'. The quality similar to at least the Mukilteo Speedway Café. Both establishments are limited in their restrooms, however, with (in the men's room) only one urinal and one stall for a fairly large restaurant, which becomes more of an issue as one ages.
4.5 based on 48 reviews
I visited Sushi Zen in Mill Creek, WA, with my eldest son who doesn't eat this type of food very often. We both ate sushi dishes for lunch and also consumed an order of rolls. Service was friendly and adequate. Although we sat at a table in the middle of the restaurant there was adequate privacy. My only complaint is that the table waiter didn't refill our water glasses and also didn't bring a second kettle of green tea as we had requested. We were traveling through the area on vacation and therefore had plenty of cold drink in our cooler but the server's lack of attention would have been unpleasant if I had been on business with a customer. She probably was having a not-so-good day on the job. The sushi was sufficiently cold and of good quality.
4.5 based on 272 reviews
Traditional Irish American fare featuring Corned Beef, Shepherd's Pie and homemade Bread Pudding! Family friendly and family owned, we're excited to have you as our guest!
Outstanding restaurant. There was a group of us (16 total) and we had wonderful service for serving that many people all at once. Honestly, our waitress was so good. We had an Entertainment book coupon which made the price even better but it's worth it even if you don't have a coupon. I had the London Broil, my husband had the Chicken Pot Pie. All the food that everyone had was described by them as really good though. I don't think you can go wrong here !
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