Restaurants in Marysville

$15 for $25 Worth of Chinese Food at Hunan Palace

Hunan Palace

Riverside

$25 $15

Traditional Chinese dishes from a variety of regions, including spicy Szechuan shrimp and roasted peking duck

Brunch, Lunch, or Dinner for Two at The Majestic Café (40% Off)

The Majestic Café

Everett

$30 $18

Family-friendly diner offers brunch, lunch, and dinner food such as eggs benedict, french toast, fried chicken, crab cakes, and steak

$13 for $24 Worth of Food at Acropolis Pizza and Pasta

Acropolis Pizza and Pasta

Everett

$24 $13

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Greek-pizza, oven-baked grinders, and barbecue rib and spaghetti combos served in a friendly, casual atmosphere

$17 for $30 Worth of Mexican Food at Barbacoa Mexican Grill & Tequila Bar

Barbacoa Mexican Grill & Tequila Bar

Everett

$30 $17

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Creative eatery serves modern Mexican fare, including tostadas, ceviche, and enchiladas with exotic drinks

$16 for $29 Worth of Mongolian Barbecue at Chang's Mongolian Grill

Chang's Mongolian Grill

Multiple Locations

$29 $16

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Create your own custom barbecue bowl at the all-you-can-eat food bar, then watch the chef grill it up

$12 for $20 Worth of Thai Food — All rice Thai hut

All Rice Thai Hut

Everett

$20 $12

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Jalisco-Style Mexican Dinner Cuisine at La Hacienda (45% Off). Two Options Available.

La Hacienda

Cascade View

$20 $11

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25-year-old Mexican restaurant serves Jalisco-style burritos, enchiladas, tacos, and seafood dishes

Mexican Food at Mazatlan (Up to 55% Off). Three Options Available.

Mazatlan

Multiple Locations

$15 $8

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Slate of family recipes includes butterfly prawns in a tomato broth, carne asada, and T-bone ranchero

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Boondockers Restaurant was a Snohomish County favorite for decades, thanks to its classic burgers, fries, and milk shakes. So after buying the restaurant, the Bala family made sure to continue serving juicy burgers and old-fashioned ice-cream shakes while also giving the menu a new twist?a sidebar of carefully curated Indian and Pakistani fare.

Originally from India, the Bala family flavors favorite recipes with vibrant spices, yielding savory curries, kebabs, and samosas cooked to perfection. In addition to a full lunch and dinner menu, sweet and savory breakfast fare can be enjoyed with mimosas until 2 p.m., when the champagne flutes turn back into plastic sippy cups till the next morning.

1008 Cedar Ave
Marysville,
WA
US

Attic Secrets cafe & tea has lived up to its name by being a hidden gem in the Marysville area since 1991. But when current owners Rick and Happi Favro, took over in 1998, word got out about the quaint teashop, attracting not only interested tea drinkers but also the attention of_Evening Magazine_, who presented the tearoom with the Best Tea House 2010 award. And the duo continues to attract curious guests and seasoned sippers by offering more than 30 loose tea options, from decaffeinated black and fruity herbals to specialty Rooibos flavors. These cups of brewed leaves can be enjoy from within two tearooms or the Lady Haley dining room, each elegantly decorated in soft pale hues and English countryside décor.

Attic's team also instills elegance into their lunch menu, which includes a cold waldorf sandwich, a French roll layered with hot ham and melted Swiss, and a wide variety of salads. Non-tea drinkers can also quench palates with a cup of velvet coffee, Italian soda, and flavored lemonade. Along with tea, seasonal events and a monthly Craft and Chat session keep guests entertained, in addition to the year-round gift shop.

4229 76th St NE, Ste 101
Marysville,
WA
US

Dan and Janell Fullen founded DJ's Barbecue to spread their smoked ribs, sauce-slathered meat sandwiches, and housemade specialty sauces to the local community. As Washington natives, the Fullens have their own way of imbuing their ribs, meats, and sandwiches with Northwestern panache, such as marinating them in the rarefied air atop the Space Needle. They use their 25 years of experience in the restaurant-management industry to smoke 3/4-pound baby back ribs or fulfill carryout orders of pulled pork and beef brisket by the pound.

3943 116th St NE, Ste 113
Marysville,
WA
US

While living on Molokai, Bobby and Diane Nakihei couldn’t throw a stone without hitting a plate-lunch special. The classic Hawaiian dish—two scoops of rice, one scoop of macaroni salad, and an entree—is served at practically every fast-food restaurant and food wagon across the island. When the couple moved from Hawaii to the Pacific Northwest, they began to long for the once-ubiquitous island cuisine. So Bobby traded the stuffy shirt and tie of a bookkeeping career for the patterned, button-down shirts of his homeland and opened Bobby's Hawaiian Style Restaurant, drawing transplanted islanders and locals alike to his plate-lunch specials, which often come wrapped in taro leaves and seaweed.

His cuisine earned the restaurant a spot on the Food Network's Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and praise from Scott Gorman of the Herald, who extols it as “prepared and presented with a good deal of authenticity and style.” Revered dishes include Kahlua pig, which Chef Bobby cures with hawaiian sea salt, covers in banana leaves, and roasts for eight hours. The meticulous preparation extends to the rest of the menu, which spotlights the leaf-steamed pork of laulau and the sushi-esque spam musubi. In addition to the cuisine, owners Bobby and Diane showcase Hawaiian culture by offering hula lessons, presenting live Hawaiian music and recycling diners' lawn clippings into grass skirts.

1011 Hewitt Ave
Everett,
WA
US

Our Baristas provide get employee customer interaction while providing the best Fidalgo Bay Espresso in the area without having to leave the comfort of your car.

3105 Broadway
Everett,
WA
US

Occasionally, the ground shakes at Karl's Bakery & Cafe, sending ripples through cups of coffee. These trembles occur throughout the day, but they're not the result of an earthquake or a T. rex playing hopscotch. Rather, they originate from the Everett train tunnel, located just below the café.

Since its inception, Karl's Bakery & Cafe has had a unique relationship with transportation. In the 1960s, it found a permanent home at Wetmore Avenue, earning the nickname "drive-through bakery" courtesy of a driver who crashed through the front window.

Perhaps the driver had a hankering for the café's glazed cake donuts or tightly coiled cinnamon rolls—they're freshly prepared daily according to time-honored recipes. Customers can peruse these baked goods as well as apple fritters, cherry danish, and other buttery delicacies in the bakery's display cases.

In addition to baking sweets, cooks prepare hearty breakfasts and lunches. Stacks of pancakes measure about three fingers tall, and four strips of bacon add a second deck to saucy cheeseburgers. Cooks bundle theses entrees with sweets for well-rounded meals, served in the café or catered to designated locales.

2814 Wetmore Ave
Everett,
WA
US

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