Reviews on American food in Everett, Washington, United States. Birthplace of Boeing airplanes, Everett is a lively coastal city just north of Seattle. Its waterfront, once a highly industrialized area home to a naval base and large paper mill, has recently undergone a transformative redevelopment as a locale for seaside shopping, dining and festivities. The city's numerous parks, boasting free live concerts every summer, are excellent for hiking or relaxing, while the coast is a popular spot for sailing, water sports and whale watching excursions.
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4 based on 47 reviews
Don't let this small, uninspiring storefront deter you from stepping inside: the food served at Major League Pizza is very good. Our family of three started with a caesar salad which as salads go was good, nothing special. The real stars here are the pizzas, and we ordered the Full Count, a four-cheese pizza with pesto. Delicious! We got it on the regular crust, and the hand-tossed dough was superb.We finished off our large pizza between the three of us, while enjoying the baseball-themed decor and a Mariner's game on the TV. This is a great family-run pizza joint in downtown Everett!
4 based on 94 reviews
Since it's Christmas time we had the Christmas Tree Enchilada with brisket beef - to share since it's a huge meal. It tasted fantastic. Service was friendly and professional. We'll be back, of course. They have fantastic pies, but we didn't have any room, so next time!
4 based on 78 reviews
The owner; Katie, tells my husband "You've lost so much weight!" as she paws all over him. (We've never been in there before.) Only 1 other occupied table & she sat w/the man while eye balling us. Our food finally gets there & we're busy eating. She yells out: "Sure is quiet over there!" Well yeah, we're eating! My husband finished & I stopped at 1/2. She brings a box over exclaiming that she had been watching. Uh..ok. I put my entertainment coupon on to the table & she picks it up asking if that is WHY we stopped in there today??? I ate w/my hat on as did everyone else. It was a cold/rainy day. So when I stood up she exclaims "OH good! You HAVE hair! I thought you didn't have any until I saw your braid in the back. We get so many sick people from the nearby hospital." I guess I'm just not used to all of the well-intentioned assertiveness. The food was good albeit a little pricey. They sell their own hot sauce there as well.
4 based on 123 reviews
We started out the evening at the bar with appetizers. The bartender was great but no super knowledgable about the bourbons that were available. Fried ravioli was okay. Table service was great and attentive. I had Mahi Mahi which was good but not great and the other three various dishes which didn't wow us for the price. Would give it another try if I'm in Everett again but for it classifies as too many restaurants too little time.
4 based on 298 reviews
Only the Anthony's Homeport has brunch/breakfast. The Homeport's specialty is seafood. The Woodfire grill specializes in steak and roasted chicken.
The woodfire pizzas, clamchowder and paellas were very delicious. We went there on a Saturday late afternoon and we waited less than 10 minutes to be seated. The service was also very good!Hi Evan! I am glad to hear your dining experience with us was enjoyable! We hope to see you again soon.-Emily
4 based on 373 reviews
Seafood and other things like wings and burger. General menu. Busy this time of year. A tad bit pricey. Out side or in seating. The big sign in back is confusing. So is the inside with signs and elevators. It's on the very corner and you can enter from inside the building or the front of the building where there outside seating is.
4 based on 140 reviews
We stopped here for breakfast. Very busy but service was great. Coffee kept flowing. Wife had the vegetable omelette with Gouda and she liked it. I had eggs and OâBrien potatoes and they were great.
4 based on 329 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
My mom would never pay to go here, but when we come to town we make it a point to take her - and this time two extra aunts as well. The staff is always so welcoming, friendly and accommodating. The small garden salads are big enough for smaller appetites and itâs ok to substitute fruit for fries. The fish and chips are yummy but the pistachio crusted Halibut was a treat! Bonus points for house made ice tea!
4 based on 353 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!
Shawn O'Donnell's has always served the best Irish fare in all of Everett, and keeps their game consistently excellent. The drinks are poured full, when asked the fries are wonderfully extra crispy, and finally this branch sports the most incredible waitress I've ever had. If you're lucky enough to have her as your server -- or smart enough to ask for her -- Brianna is efficient, never intrusive, hilarious, and juggles orders like the consummate professional she is. (And has a laugh that brightens up the whole city!)
4 based on 507 reviews
Rarely do #1âs live up to expectations. This did!Friendly service, great food and amazing views. Where else can you eat superb fare, see water and snow covered mountains at the same time.Amazing. Thanks Hi there! Thank you so much for your wonderful review. I am so happy to hear that we were able to meet your expectations and that you had such an enjoyable time with us! Our team members will be so happy to see your comments and we hope to see you again soon. ~Taylor
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