Reviews on Pub food in Burlington, Washington, United States. Burlington is a city in Skagit County, Washington, United States. The population is 8,388 as recorded by the 2010 census. It is roughly halfway in between Seattle and Vancouver, and is included in the Mount Vernon–Anacortes, Washington Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Things to do in Burlington
4 based on 63 reviews
Funny story - as I entered this pub with my husband and 95 pound service dog, the young man that was working stopped us. He pointed and said something about leaving that outside. I assumed he was talking about my service dog (this sort of discrimination happens from time to time) but NO!! He was talking about my coffee cup!! What a relief! Turns out he was just about the nicest guy and he was very friendly and helpful! We ordered the carne asada fries as a starter, which was almost a meal in and of itself for the two of us (me and husband, not me and dog!). Then out came my fish tacos and my husband's grilled cheese sandwich with sweet potato fries, and I nearly ate myself to death! The food was fresh and delicious; we felt it needed a bit more salt and pepper, but that's easily remedied at the table. I am embarrassed to say that between the two of us, we finished all but a handful of fries. Brought those home and made a killer stir-fry for the kids the next morning! I would definitely recommend stopping in here to eat, and if you like beer, you're gonna like this place even better!
4 based on 133 reviews
We went pre-theatre for dinner, which the server was good enough to ask about so as to make sure we had our food in time - they were busy. Good selection of wine by the glass and beers. People with food allergies or avoidances will particularly appreciate the menu, which identifies for each dish whether its gluten-free or has options, dairy-free etc. Items like calamari are gluten free, which they do wherever possible.Our meals tasted good. Mine did have an issue, which was addressed quickly and the server was very apologetic.Easy walk to the Lincoln Theatre.
3 based on 73 reviews
Decent food clean restaurant with polite servers I would recommend good for families yet not over welming for adults. They have a bar area that has tables to eat if u want more of a adult surroundings
4 based on 293 reviews
Skagit River Brewery is Skagit Valleyâs Original Brewery with real food! Family & Pet friendly (on our deck). Now featuring a Tap House and Full Bar.
We were in town on vacation and stopped in for lunch. Our server introduced us to new brews we hadnât had before and gave us a few ideas for places to visit while we were in town. The food was great, but the service and atmosphere were even better.
4 based on 18 reviews
Railroad Pub & Pizza is a family friendly, locally owned restaurant in downtown Burlington. After successfully opening and running Train Wreck Bar & Grill, owner Nick branched out and opened Railroad Market, which grew into the current Railroad Pub & Pizz
Came here for pizza and should have realized as soon as we walked through the door that the place was more like a brew pub than a pizzeria. The pizza selection was not very big and they had a couple of really funky pizzas there. For example, Reuben. Say what? I love Reuben sandwiched, but on a pizza? I don't think so. I'm not a huge beer drinker but I normally enjoy small-batch beers. Tried three different brews here and didn't care for any of them. Service was good, staff was friendly and prices were moderate. Would not go back though.
4 based on 42 reviews
We were on our way from Seattle to Vancouver. Wanted to watch the England game. Called ahead to make sure our 20 year old could get in. There is an area for minors so we pulled off the I-5. They put the football on in the area where we could all sit. Coffees, for non driver and some chicken strips and a Caesar . Looks like food. Thanks for your hospitality. And we won 2-1
4 based on 389 reviews
We go here to escape the racket of our cleaning ladies vacuum.I usually have one of their specialties , not just bacon and eggs, Hippie Hash most recently.Never seems to be crowded, but it opens a little later, 8am, than most brecky joints.Over 21 yoa due to underlying tavern license.
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