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4.5 based on 75 reviews
As we were getting out of our vehicle, what appeared to me to be a "local" was just getting of her car next to us. I asked for her recommendation and she immediately pointed us towards Joy's Bakery as opposed to the other place across the street. And boy of boy, did she call it! Very open and pleasant place and it was jumping so obviously the word is out. We were having breakfast and it was great. The toast was thick cut freshly baked bread, very good. Service was prompt and very friendly. I'd definitely recommend Joy's!
2 based on 8 reviews
This place is hoppin' anytime after 6 p.m., especially in the warm weather or when there's a lot of youth sports happening in town. The employees do a great job (for the most part) of providing great customer service. They seem to care about getting people through the drive-thru fast while the lobby seems to be secondary (understandable). My kids love stopping by to get a dip cone or sundae for a special treat. My only complaint is that the fries don't always seem to be fresh. In fact, I need to just stop ordering their fries. Burgers are good. Ice cream makes it worth going.
5 based on 36 reviews
Alongside the north side of highway 20 and just west of Sedro-Woolley city limits, one can't help but notice the oversized aluminum-sided trailer and the smoke of the broilers and maybe experience the smell as one drives by. “Sloppy burgers” is how I’d describe the...More??? always ask for extra napkins thank you for coming in
4.5 based on 50 reviews
After reading some positive reviews, we decided to give Mestizo a try; and we were not disappointed! The restaurant was very clean, service friendly and efficient. As others have noted the size of the portions is really large, enough for a full meal at home afterwards. We had a Wet Chile Verde Burrito and the Veggie Fajitas (an entire page of the menu is devoted to vegetarian selections), along with a Grande Original Margarita. Our waitress apologized for how tart the margarita might be and said she happily exchange it if we didn't like it. No worries: it was perfect, as we don't like overly sweet margaritas. Both entrees were very good, and we're happy to recommend others come by!
4.5 based on 51 reviews
To tell the truth all I've had there is pizza, but it was delicious every time. I usually order something on the healthful side, with lots of veggies and maybe some chicken. My son-in-law had the over-the-top loaded pizza with everything but the sidewalk on it (sorry, can't recall the name), and loved it. My granddaughter, then 10 or 11, had a terrific salad. During the warmer months (not many here) they have tables out on the sidewalk for al fresco dining. A group of us even held a meeting there (over pizza, of course) once and it worked, even with the noise of TV and other customers. Not the greatest ambiance, especially for dates, but very good food and service. I was there with family, friends and business associates.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
This is a little burger place that's been around along time....easily called a town favorite w/ a 50's vibe...what 50's diner would it be w/out milkshakes & they have lots of flavors..& is famous for their secret recipe of tater sauce...but Hal's has lots of options besides burger & fries...they are on the high side but usually have a special.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
This local market has live music occasionally and the regge band was awesome. As was my flat bread pesto Pizza and home brew root beer. They had fresh daily soups and micro brews for my family that was drinking. The special was BBQ chicken and Hawaiian rice and corn on the cob.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
I confess up front that I've sampled their food only at our local farmers market and haven't been in the restaurant. I tried 3 of their entrees and sampled some potato chips so my experience is limited. I found their meatballs, which were swimming in BBQ sauce (not a favorite), good if you love barbeque; mac & cheese, which others raved about, not nearly as good as mine or my friend's homemade dish; and tacos very bland. The chips are nice and brown, just the way I like them. So if you just want comfort food and don't care about diet or health, it's great. The prices at the farmers market seemed high for what it was.
4 based on 17 reviews
This doesn't look like much as you approach downtown Sedro-Woolley, off to the side with its large parking lot in front. However, looks are deceiving...so is the sign "Good food. Lousy service," which always draws a chuckle for me!
My sister and I were seated quickly, orders taken, piping hot coffee delivered and refilled regularly and without doing without. Food offerings had a unique twist for our breakfast. I usually have to add-on or upgrade to get my sweet spot of combination, but this place had my "sweet spot of breakfast offerings" on the menu! It's called the Logger Breakfast, and it's a great value. Just forget about the calories!
The service was excellent, even though I kept teasing the server that she was ruining their "reputation" (for lousy service, per their sign). They made a mistake on my bill on one item and cheerfully owned up to it. Honest people.
4 based on 26 reviews
This is a reliable Mexican restaurant. The food is consistent and tasty but not terribly unique. They have a full menu of all kinds of Mexican foods, and good quick service. There is usually not much more than a moment's wait for a table because of the service.
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