- OTOpenTable DinerVancouver / British Columbia •2 reviews5.0Dined todayHaving stood the test of time for over four decades, this restaurant boasts an impressive 42-year history, ensuring a rich dining experience steeped in tradition. The ambiance strikes a perfect balance of elegance and comfort, complementing its prime location. An intriguing aspect is their selection of off-menu items, which adds an exclusive touch to the dining experience. Overall, it's a remarkable establishment that consistently delivers quality and sophistication.More infoThe Pink DoorPrice: Expensive• Italian• Belltown / Pike Place Market•4.8
- OTOpenTable DinerSeattle / Eastern Washington •1 review5.0Dined 3 days agoWe have been there several times. My Wife and I love the food, the service is extremely good. Its loud though, the ceiling doesn’t not have any noise absorbing materials. Noise bounce everywhere. Also, the music played is horrible. Its really like an elevador or department store kind of music. That Kenny G type music have to be replaced with something more modern that goes along with the overall ambience. Seriously, change the music.More infoFisherman Jack'sPrice: Moderate• Seafood• Everett•4.5
- EBEverettBSeattle / Eastern Washington •5 reviews4.0Dined 4 days agoThe fish and chips were too crispy (hard to cut into), and the sangria was a bit bland based on the description of it. The bacon jam was just basically crispy bacon on very crispy bread, so not what we were imagining. The scallops with pasta was great, the paella was awesome, the halibut and chicken both had great flavors and sauces. Our server went out of his way to be friendly and personable with our entire table.More infoHook & CleaverPrice: Expensive• American• Mukilteo•4
- TOTimOSeattle / Eastern Washington •42 reviews5.0Dined 6 days agoThe fantastic service carried this review. It was Thanksgiving, the place was packed all day long, and the servers were pleasant, professional and engaging, It was absolutely booked to capacity but once you were seated it was both a relief and enjoyable. We had multiple people stop by the table to see if we needed anything which really demonstrates a "team approach" to customer service. The meat, while endless, was often served very well done which isn't to everyone's liking, but that comes with the format of this style restaurant. Nevertheless, everyone in our party of 5 left quite happy and extremely full. It was a great meal.More infoFogo de Chao - LynnwoodPrice: Moderate• Brazilian• Lynnwood•4.3
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Anyone visiting Seattle needs to swing by Mukilteo to see what this fun suburb has to offer for dining options. Fans of hometown American cooking will have a lot to love when visiting here. There are plenty of places to pick up simple dishes, such as fish and chips featuring local cod, salmon, and halibut. However, there are also some Greek restaurants in town that offer some high-quality gyros. Discover local farm-raised mussels and oysters from nearby Whidbey Island, try a fry bread taco from the local Northwest Tribe, and enjoy fresh Skagit Valley produce at many of the town's eateries.
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The best reviewed restaurant in Mukilteo is Ivar's Mukilteo Landing