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Ivar’s Seafood Bar

1520 41st St., Everett;

425-252-9292;

www.ivars.com.

Specialty: Seafood.

Renovated Ivar’s Seafood Bar adds lighter fare.

Reviewed Nov. 30.

Piroshky &Crepes

1327 112th St. SE, Everett;

425-225-6694.

Specialty: Piroshki and crepes.

Everett bakery has piroski, crepes down pat.

Reviewed Nov. 23.

Brasato

1011 First St., Snohomish;

360-563-5013;

www.brasatobistro.com.

Specialty: Euro-American cuisine.

Riverside bistro offers stylish comfort fare.

Reviewed Nov. 16.

Fisherman’s Market and Grill

1032 West Marine View Drive,

Everett (10th Street Boat Launch);

425-512-9840 for to go orders;

www.harbormarine.net/fishermans-market-and-grill.php.

Specialty: Hand-formed burgers, New York pizza.

Finally, a place for cheap chow at the marina.

Reviewed Nov. 9.

Aca Las Tortas

22910 Bothell Everett Highway,

Suite 105-A, Bothell; 425-485-7510.

526 164th St. SW, Lynnwood;

425-318-5391.

4817 Evergreen Way, Everett;

425-322-4240;

www.acalastortasbothell.com.

Specialty: Authentic Mexican.

Restaurant stays true to tradition.

Reviewed Nov. 2.

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