Food & Drink in Mukilteo

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China City's far-reaching menu spans the delectable gamut of Mandarin, Szechuan, and Hunan cuisines, from piping-hot soups to sizzling platters. Sate seafood cravings with freshly cubed ahi tuna, which mingles with shrimp chips in wasabi mayo ($8.99), or flood belly canyons with cups of hot-and-sour soup ($2.99). Carnivores can sink incisors into the mongolian beef, a sliced flank steak with green and white onions, sautéed in a sweet-spicy sauce ($10.99), or lighty dusted and deep-fried shrimp coated with a creamy sweet mayo and bedecked with honey-sesame walnuts ($14.99). Herbivores can mash molars on mushu vegetables with sliced cabbage, bamboo shoots, and wood mushrooms, sautéed and slathered in a sweet-plum sauce, then hugged by a overly friendly pancake ($9.99).

1804 Scott Rd
Freeland,
WA
US

Arnies Restaurants keep their inspiration close. Stationed on the Washington shore for more than three decades each, the Edmonds and Mukilteo institutions overlook the Puget Sound's rolling waters like two trustworthy lighthouses. From Edmonds, a wall of windows looks out onto the Olympic Mountains. From Mukilteo, diners can peer across to Whidbey, Hat, and Camano islands. At both, sunsets color evening dinners, the sounds of storms rolling in add atmosphere to midday lunches, and ferries pulling in and casting off from the harbor bring with them endless people-watching opportunities.

Along with these panoramic views comes a rich spread of seasonal Pacific dishes. During spring's wild salmon season, the chefs create special preparations on Arnies Fresh Sheet menus. Cashew-crusted lingcod and sea scallops in a champagne cream meanwhile reach further into the waters' bounty while also demonstrating the kitchen's skill. And for those who are content to stay on land, a slow-roasted prime rib or salad mixed from local produce balances Arnies' menu.

714 2nd St.
Mukilteo,
WA
US

The Mukilteo Lodge Sports Grille combines the atmosphere of a majestic deep-woods lodge with that of a sports bar, with a flat-screen TV mounted on a tall stone fireplace and old-growth fir beams stretching throughout the spacious interior. Bartenders pull from 35 beer taps from a 65-foot bar top mounted on another beam that sits beneath shelves of rustic raw wood. As another example of the timber theme, they open hand-built solid wood doors to snag bottles from a beer cooler, or they slide glasses slide down a bar made from Ponderosa pine, which also hosts loaded potato chips and sliders. Booths host heartier meals that may include barbecue baby-back ribs, thick beef or buffalo burgers, and steaks aged for 28 days before prep—10 times the duration of William Henry Harrison’s presidency. NFL games and other sports air over 11 HD plasma TVs mounted throughout the lodge. In a more modern section of the bar, punctuated by oak barrels and neon signs, and chatter from families enjoying early evening meals.

7928 Mukilteo Speedway
Mukilteo,
WA
US

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