Find out what Bar restaurants to try in Mukilteo. Mukilteo (/ˌmʌkəlˈtiːoʊ/ MUK-əl-TEE-oh), which means "good camping ground," is a waterfront city in Snohomish County, Washington, United States. The population was 20,254 at the 2010 census. It is on the shore of the Puget Sound, and is the site of a Washington State Ferries terminal linking it to Clinton, on Whidbey Island.
Things to do in Mukilteo
3 based on 104 reviews
Great food, 40 craft beers, quality craft cocktails, 11 flat screen TV's and friendly service all in a cozy Lodge atmosphere.
It was nice to know that even though it was 10 p.m. on a Tuesday, we werenât âbotheringâ anyone when we arrived for a late supper. We were welcomed and seated promptly.The server was able to make beer recommendations according to our tastes. The burgers and sweet potatoes fries were delicious... a lot of toppings and menu options. All four of us finished our relatively large portions. Would return if craving a perfectly cooked burger in a âchillâ setting.
4 based on 40 reviews
We are a locally owned, âTexas-style,â family friendly restaurant featuring quality steaks, handcrafted food, craft cocktails and ice cold beer. Enjoy all you can eat, hot-out-of-the-oven yeast rolls with whipped honey butter & endless peanutsâ¦ throw your
Jimmy Macs had a booth at the Lighthouse Fair in Mukilteo in September. The crab-cakes were amazing! They gave me a coupon for a free appetizer at the restaurant. Unfortunately I was leaving the west coast that day and did not get to go in and redeem it. I did pass it along to a traffic guide at the fair. These were the best crab-cakes I've ever eaten. They were awesome.
4 based on 25 reviews
The pizza and calzones here are quite tasty. The toppings are good quality and generously applied. The service was polite but not friendly. The venue is small. There is a patio for warmer months. You can look through some bushes and see glimpses of the sound.
4 based on 24 reviews
This is what the burger lookef like 2 weeks ago,quite happy with our order. We returned the following week... This week you could not even see the meat. It was such a small, thin, dry patty. Even skimped on the ount of fries by half, but the price was not reduced! I don't understand why they can't stay consistent, and plan accordingly.
4 based on 361 reviews
We were a party of three. Server Amber was friendly and attentive. Started with the cheesy garlic bread which was fantastic, loaded with flavor (and of course, calories).Two of our group are originally from Texas and we thought the prime rib was excellent, perfectly prepared. The filet was good, but not great. The problem dish was the halibut. It was very dry, despite us asking specifically that the dish not be overcooked. That was a miss by the kitchen and/or Amber. Also, the garlic mashed potatoes that came with it were dry, almost rubbery. Tasted like it was the end of the day bottom of the bowl scrapings. Well it was 9:00, but they're open till 11:00.So a hit for the PM, but otherwise not so great.
4 based on 192 reviews
Really good and unique food. Limited size menu, but for the selections they have it's all really good.
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 196 reviews
Friendly and inviting staff. Neighborhood restaurant and bar. Scratch kitchen. Intimate and casual atmosphere.
Stopped in for a Happy Hour drink and bite. The inside is nicely set up. We settled on the house margaritas and the Poblano spinach dip with pitas and chips from the happy hour menu. The waitress was very friendly and helpful. She suggested both chips and pitas because we could have more either way for free. The pitas were nice and soft not baked and crisp and went perfect with the dip. The drinks were really good. I will definitely come back for lunch or dinner some time.
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 345 reviews
A nice place for both family and friends. One side bar the other quieter family dining. Gluten Free selection. Vast micro brewery options. Ice cream window if you want to grab and walk the Light House park afterwards. Park once and enjoy the area for quite some time.
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