6311 33rd Ave NE
Marysville, WA 98271
Phone: (360) 658-1339
Fax: (360) 658-9355
6311 33rd Ave NE, Marysville, WA, US, 98271
- Phone: (360) 658-1339
- Fax: (360) 658-9355
The Tulalip Bay restaurant at Tulalip Casino offers unique dishes that are a mix of American and Asian culinary influences. Intimate tables, deep maroon walls, a woodstone hearth, and wooden columns give it a cozy feel, and Chef Dean Shinagawa serves up dishes sure to satisfy - you can see him at work as there is an open-view kitchen. You can also seat yourself in the Wine Room if you want to have a private dinner - and when you're done, head off to the casino to try your luck.
This 44-chair brewpub is open for lunch and dinner. They offer pub grub like burgers, sandwiches and fish & chips. The brewpub is open Monday through Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday and Saturday until 9 p.m. You can view the brewery from your table.
Lombardi's is the Northwest's take on modern Italian cusine. The restaurant offers a great view of the marina and the Olympics Mountains. They also have a private dining room with a great view that accommodates 45 people.
Anthony's Woodfire Grill features specialties from its custom-built applewood rotisserie, applewood-burning oven and an applewood grill. The Woodfire Grill serves signature fresh Northwest seafood selections such as Alaskan Red King crab, as well as applewood roasted St. Louis style ribs and sirloin beef kabobs. It is located just off the I-5 corridor in the Everett Marina Village next to Anthony's HomePort Everett. Reservations are suggested. Outdoor deck dining is available in the warm weather months.
Anthony's HomePort is located just off the I-5 corridor and overlooks the largest saltwater marina in the Pacific Northwest. Reservations are not required, but recommended. Outside dining is also available in the warm weather months.
Located half hour north of Seattle, Buck's American Cafe has good food and a casual atmosphere, making it a worthwhile stop for folks with business at Boeing's Everett plant. The menu is a cornucopia of decent burgers, soups and salads, plus dishes like Baked Sea Bass, New York Pepper Steak, Wild Mushroom and Goat Cheese Ravioli. Every weekend, the restaurant serves slow-roasted Prime Rib. Leave room for the special pies (Peanut Butter, Bourbon Street Pecan and others).
Anyone who is past 21 and has been in Everett for a while, will tell the fun-seeking revelers about all the great times they've had at Tony V's Garage Saloon & Eatery. Be it a loner or a groupie, the bar embraces one and all with it's casual and divey ambience, and the bartenders who are friendly enough to share a banter with. Icy cold beers and the homemade burgers served here are cheaper than the modern, upscale bars found in and around the city. And if you are fond of punk and rock music, then walk in here during weekends to watch the performances of local and national bands. On other days, events like karaoke nights, ladies night and theme events help keep the lively spirit of the house alive.
With over 20 years in the business, Jimmy Z has created a place of its own among the leading nightclubs in Pacific Northwest. Live music fans are in for a treat here, as the club welcomes local bands to perform at the club and showcase their talent. Jimmy Z is much more than a regular bar, what with the vast dance floor and a capacity of over 500 people. Metal maniacs and hard rock fans are sure to love this place as the club specializes in rock music and features live bands five times a week. Famous for its pizzas as well, Jimmy Z gives you the ultimate party experience.
Flying Pig Brewing Company offers fabulous food and handcrafted ales.
The Majestic Cafe is a hidden gem that serves signature American cuisine with the added luxury of a admirable spirit list. Decadent desserts such as key lime pie and chocolate cake sprinkled with macadamia nuts have many takers. The decor of the place is a mix of retro and urban tones, dedicated to classic Hollywood icons from Marilyn Monroe to James Dean and Audrey Hepburn. So if you are looking for a trendy and hip place to have a satisfying meal then The Majestic Cafe is your destination.
Bobby's in Everett, about 20 minutes north of Seattle, is a destination worthy of the drive. There are only about half a dozen Hawaiian/Polynesian restaurants in the greater Seattle area, and Bobby's is hands-down the best. The rich flavor of the Kalua pig is a treat from the heavens itself. The chicken long rice, which is chicken noodle soup-like, is pleasing comfort food. The menu is a well-rounded sampling of traditional Hawaiian dishes such as saimin (a noodle soup similar to pho), barbecued meats, macaroni salad (a staple of Hawaiian cuisine), and Loco Moco (a uniquely Hawaiian affair consisting of rice topped with an egg, fried Spam, and brown gravy). - Katie Kinney
This casual cafe-style restaurant serves big plates of high-quality roasted meats. The Radiant Roaster Prime Rib is roasted in the trademarked 18 Hour Flav'r Cycle, ensuring its tenderness every time. The Slow-Turned Leg of Fresh Pork is cooked the same way. The menu also includes chicken and turkey dishes. The warm, comfortable bar area has lots of dark wood and copper-topped tables, not to be outdone by the neon beer signs that litter the windows. The bar has 26 beers on tap, including 18 craft beers.