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Snoqualmie Ice Cream Scoop Shoppe21106 86th Ave. SE, Snohomish; 360-668-2912

www.snoqualmieicecream.com/

Specialty: Ice cream treats for adults and kids

Premium ice cream and some unexpected flavors

Reviewed June 27

Teriyaki Wok3625 Broadway Suite D, Everett; 425-258-9747

Specialty: Teriyaki.

A favorite of AquaSox players and fans.

Reviewed June 13

Anthony’s Beach Cafe456 Admiral Way, Edmonds; 425-771-4400

anthonys.com/restaurants/detail/anthonys-beach-cafe/

Specialty: Seafood

Seafood and more that takes pride in its Northwest origin.

Reviewed June 6

Dickey’s Barbecue Pit617 128th St., Everett;

425-265-0041;

www.dickeys.com

Specialty: Barbecue.

Smoked meats, including brisket and pulled pork and a choice of sauces and sides.

Reviewed May 30

Pho Ha2930 Colby Ave., Everett; 425-252-4002

Specialty: Vietnamese pho, bahn mi and Asian favorites

Pho, bahn mi sandwiches, sriracha sauce and an avocado smoothie, please.

Reviewed May 16

Kyoto Japanese Steak House1205 SE Everett Mall Way, Everett; 425-438-8683.

Specialty: Teppanyaki dining

Seated at the chef’s grill, diners enjoy dinner and a show

Reviewed May 9

Katana Sushi2818 Hewitt Ave., Everett; 425-512-9361;

www.katanasushieverett.com

Specialty: Sushi, sashimi

Fresh fish daily assures quality sushi.

Reviewed May 2

Calle Tacos and Tequila2707 Bickford Ave., Suite F, Snohomish; 435-404-3952.

vivacalle.com

Specialty: Authentic Mexican street tacos, tequila.

Tacos and small plates with a few unexpected ingredients.

Reviewed April 25.

Shake ‘n Go3710 Broadway, Suite 104, Everett; 425-259-4646.

Specialty: Burgers and wraps.

A great spot for quick, tasty burger or wrap.

Reviewed April 18.

Calabria Ristorante Italiano3922 148th St. SE, Suite 111, Mill Creek; 425-379-7010;

www.italian.calabriamillcreek.com

Specialty: Authentic Italian.

From antipasto to spumoni, an Italian treasure

Reviewed April 11.

Trails End Taphouse and Restaurant511 Maple Ave., Snohomish;

360-568-7233;

www.trailsendcatering.com

Specialty: Homemade Northwest brewpub fare.

Tap into 27 brews and good pub fare at Trails End

Reviewed April 4.

Breakfast and Burger Bar4027 196th St. SW, Lynnwood;

425-672-3666

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Specialty: Breakfast and burgers

Big selection for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Reviewed March 28

Kate’s9809 Highway 532, Stanwood;

360-629-5283

Specialty: Coffee drinks, eclectic menu.

Varied menu makes the most of fresh ingredients.

Reviewed March 21.

Jong GaSnohomish Station, 2801 Bickford Ave.,Snohomish;

425-789-1630

Specialty: Korean

Authentic Korean fare in a pleasant environment.

Reviewed March 7.

Diamond Knot Brewery MLT5602 232nd St. SW,

Mountlake Terrace;

425-355-4488;

www.diamondknot.com.

Specialty: Craft beer, pub food.

New location is big and lively.

Reviewed Feb. 28.

Udderly SweetSnohomish Station,

2705 Bickford Ave, Snohomish;

www.udderlysweetfroyo.com.

Specialty: Frozen yogurt.

New fro-yo shop at Snohomish Station.

Reviewed Feb. 21.

Panaderia La Gloria Bakery2120 Broadway, Everett;

425-304-0848.

Specialty: Baked goods.

Try Everett shop for specialty baked goods.

Reviewed Feb. 14.

Contos’ Pizza, Pasta and SpiritsFrontier Village, Lake Stevens,

425-334-5034;

www.contospizza.com.

Specialty: Pizza and pasta.

Take the whole family to Contos’.

Reviewed Feb. 7.

Ezell’s Famous Chicken18001 Bothell-Everett Highway,

Mill Creek; 425-408-1855;

www.ezellschicken.com.

Specialty: Fried chicken.

Head to Ezell’s in Mill Creek for tasty fried chicken.

Reviewed Jan. 31.

Kostas Mediterranean Cuisine8309 Mukilteo Speedway, Mukilteo; 425-355-2400; www.kostascuisine.com.

Specialty: Mediterranean.

Mediterranean at its best.

Reviewed Jan. 24.

Cafe Dijon1822 Broadway, Everett;

425-257-1315.

Specialty: Sandwiches, wraps.

Everett cafe scores high for taste, visual appeal.

Reviewed Jan. 17.

Lew’s BBQ3703 Pacific Ave., Everett,

425-760-6411.

Specialty: Barbecue.

Lew’s delivers top-shelf barbecue in Everett.

Reviewed Jan. 10.

Jimmy Mac’s Roadhouse11731 Airport Road, Everett;

425-865-1770; www.jimmymacsroadhouse.com.

Specialty: Steaks and barbecue.

Your big appetite is welcome at Jimmy Mac’s.

Reviewed Jan. 3.

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