Wednesday, February 28, 2024
Big names and local legends alike are coming to downtown Everett for the music festival from May 16 to 18.
And that’s just the first course in our resurrected roundup of the most appetizing food news in Snohomish County.
To keep home chefs salivating, Earth and Ocean sources premium seafood, steak and more with an eye for freshness and quality.
No reservations yet for your date? Try these lesser-known romantic locales
Step into a Prohibition-era fantasy at the Colby Club, the latest addition to downtown Everett’s growing craft cocktail scene.
The brewery with taprooms in Coupeville, Freeland and Lake Stevens announced Saturday it would close all three locations.
These new eateries in Snohomish County have been approved by the Health District.
At Alpacas de la Patagonia, fuzzy friends and breathtaking beauty make the perfect winter weekend.
Fried dough, Prohibition-era cocktails and a day of crawfishing were among The Daily Herald’s most-read food stories of 2023.
From fried chicken to Filipino cheesesteaks, explore the wide world of possibilities between two slices of bread
Everett’s Tasty Curry and Arlington’s Pedeltweezer’s combine your greatest takeout passions into one perfect pizza pie.
At Stocker Farms, it can take a decade to grow the perfect tree. All you have to do is pick the right one.
These local eateries are serving up turkey dinners and more on Thursday so you don’t have to.
A new location of Tapped Public House, along with a year-round fish market and fish-and-chips shop, will break ground in 2024.
This series exploring Snohomish County’s best-kept food secrets kicks off with a sampling of local Japanese, Vietnamese, Chinese and Korean fare.
Feast your eyes! This list of upcoming restaurant openings is sure to whet your appetite for future culinary adventures.
From karaoke and Korean eats to billiards and “the best pizza in town,” these spots provide refuge for the lonely and hungry alike.
In a region better known for its salmon fishing than its crawfish boils, one man is bringing a Gulf-style delicacy to homesick Cajuns and Northwest novices alike.
The new café offers French-inspired pastries, Korean sweets and layered coffee drinks in a gorgeously curated space.
The local burger legend announced Friday it plans to open the south Everett location on Center Road in 2025.