Marysville is a city in Snohomish County, Washington, United States, part of the Seattle metropolitan area. The city is located 35 miles (56 km) north of Seattle, adjacent to Everett on the north side of the Snohomish River delta. It is the second-largest city in Snohomish County after Everett, with a population of 60,020 in the 2010 U.S. census. As of 2015, Marysville is also the fastest-growing city in Washington state, growing at an annual rate of 2.5 percent.
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4.5 based on 251 reviews
4 of us dined for lunch. Very busy on a Thursday at noon but we were seated right away! Had the pizza and salad for 11.95! Definitely 2-3 meals!
Amazzzing pizza. Italian salad was entree size! Prompt service. Drinks were refilled quickly too! Will be back next week!
4 based on 177 reviews
Very surprised at dinner tonight. We love to hit up the salad and soup lunch specials but are constantly surprised at the quality of the entrees.
I had the lobster stuffed ravioli and the wife had fish picatta. All were delicious. Service okay. This is where the corporate side comes out. Electronic ordering bland servers.
4.5 based on 215 reviews
Been to Cedars many time. As always the food was top notch. However the service was less than par. On January 26,2018 my wife Brother in-law and I went for dinner. Normally we have great service and food and drink. My wife ordered the Steamer Clams and a Bowl of Beef Stroganoff soup. I had the Tulalip Burger and Fries, Brother In-Law had same. The server neglected to bring my wife's soup until she brought out all entrees. The soup was luke warm at best. She did not bring a separate bowl for clam shells. When my wife asked for a bowl, it took her 15 minutes to get the bowl and when the server finally returned with the bowl she noticed my wife was putting the shells on the bread plate. The Server looked at my wife and said " I see you figured it out" and walked away with the bowl still in her hand. The server also neglected to give my wife a clam fork. She was eating her clams with a salad fork. Hard to do because clams are so small. She asked the server for a clam fork,. The server returned 10 to 15 minutes later the server returned with no fork. She says "I told my assistant to get you a fork". At which time we ordered more drinks. 20 minutes later we had to order drinks again because the server forgot. If the restaurant was extremely busy I could understand some of this. But they were not. On a Friday evening we were seated right away with no wait.
4.5 based on 417 reviews
This restaurant has tasty seafood, but to me it seems like what you're paying for is the atmosphere. The service here was disappointing, and my food was not memorable at all. Seriously, I would say more about it but can't remember what I even ate. Also, the noise level was a bit high for a higher end place. It's fine, just not really my cup of tea.
3.5 based on 130 reviews
Went here for dinner last night after spending time at the outlet mall. The place was nearly packed, but we were seated in about 5 minutes. Our waitress was taking care of the entire section which included a table of about 15 so our service was a little slower, but she still did a great job taking care of us. Once the group left everything ran a lot quicker. We ordered the loaded tater tots and fried pickles as appetizers. One member of our party didn't like the dipping sauce for the fried pickles because there is horseradish in it. I like horseradish so more for me :). The tater tots weren't anything special. They were just tater tots with melted cheese and jalapenos on them. I think they would be better as an appetizer if they had chili, sour cream, etc on them. I don't think called them loaded tater tots was really accurate, though. The meal was really good. I wasn't too hungry so I had the fried chicken tenderloins with an added side of the mac and cheese. The mac and cheese was really good for restaurant mac and cheese. 1 member in our party had the Reuben which she said was delicious, and the other member had the fish and chips. I couldn't try the coleslaw because it looked like it had red onion, which was alter confirmed by one of my friends. I cant eat onions so I didn't try the cole slaw, but it looked delicious as well! That was partly my fault for not telling the waitress to not include onion, but those aren't typically something you find in cole slaw. The bill came out to around $83 before tip which wasn't too expensive.
They have an entire selection of gluten free items on the menu, by the way.
4.5 based on 213 reviews
We have been here a few times, only on special holidays but the food is delicious. I love the bread here with their homemade special butters, it is a type of flatbread...I don't normally eat bread but I ate almost all of it while I was here. It is delicious. We had drinks and they were delicious. I ALWAYS order the scallops pan seared. I had them with mashed potatoes and butternut squash. My husband also had drinks and loved what he ordered. There were some sausages. Service was not as good as it was before..don't think the server was up to par. I love this place though and will be back.
4 based on 218 reviews
Seasonal hours may vary. We are open until 10 p.M, but we close at 9 p.M during the Winter.
If you wanted to open a successful restaurant, you could use Bob’s as your model. Everything about it is pleasing. The building is big and roomy, the servers helpful and friendly, and the menu is diverse. There are happy hour drinks and appetizer specials, even gluten free desserts. I have written a lot of restaurant reviews, and success speaks for itself.
We shared a garden burger with mushrooms on gluten-free bun and potato salad on the side. They divided everything in the kitchen and served us each a plate. Yes, they charged a dollar for that, but still, it represents good service. Well, okay, the garden burger is smaller than their big meaty burgers, yet cost a dollar extra. So did the gluten-free bun. So we paid three dollars more and received less. But that’s just us. You can come here and eat for a very reasonable cost. When you visit a place like this, you wonder why poor restaurants don’t get the message. If we lived in this area, we would certainly be regular visitors.
4 based on 219 reviews
Husband, son, and I ate here for a treat. The breakfast bar is fabulous. There is an amazing omelette bar. The cheese blintzes are my favorite. There are all of the breakfast choices, eggs Benedict, sausage, bacon, potatoes. Then all of the other options like a carving station, salad bar, dessert bar. The beverages are great, too. They have coffee, hot and cold tea, cranberry, orange, apple juice, and whole milk. Everything was clean and service was great. This buffet is expensive but worth it.
4 based on 85 reviews
My friend and I went here yesterday to just get together again after not seeing each other for a while, we sat out on the bar patio. I like sitting in the bar area because I like full service when I go out to eat. If you eat in the front, you stand in line and order your food and they bring it to you. My friend had a special 2 pomegranate margaritas at $8.75 and she loved them. I had the 2 Dangerous Daves (they limit you to 2) at 9.50 each. We had the garlic fries for 3.99. Covered with parmesan cheese and crispy. They were very good and I try not to eat that kind of thing...always could have used more cheese in my opinion but i love cheese. My friend also ordered the quesadilla with chicken $11.29. That was also good. Total due $56.49. Service was good, atmosphere was wonderful, not crowded. Will go there again. They have lots of food options and good drink options, there is happy hour Monday through Friday, I think from 3 to 6 and 9 till close but you might want to call to verify that. Don't worry...I walked off my alcohol shopping at Ross in the same area as the restaurant...they are pretty strong.
4 based on 63 reviews
One has to survive a meandering walk through a smoke-filled casino to reach this restaurant, but it’s worth the trip, though the smoke either was “dealt with” via the circulation system or there were fewer smokers that particular evening. Be sure to ask a staff member for directions, as the signage in the casino is lackluster.
Reservations are preferable, particularly if there’s a major concert event that day, which is many Saturdays, but there was an alternative for this diner, who didn't figure on that. Around the corner, past the restaurant and out of view of anyone standing at the front counter, there’s a bar with several seats…and, they serve the same menu as the main restaurant does!
On my first pass by, there were no seats, but I went past by about a minute, did an about-face and returned, finding a couple of seats. Happy to have "a place," I opted for the scallops, and they were excellent, a colorful presentation of vegetables, with enough to take some home for the next day. Of course, the spiciness made that easier for this diner! Conversely, the dessert, though tasty, wasn’t of similar size, thus was easy to polish off, but then I didn't want any leftovers!
More importantly, there was a long lag time between my finishing dessert and getting my bill, seemingly dependent on my server returning from some time away, such as for a break, thus I waited at least 15 minutes. My server was excellent and personable, the other servers, for the most part, ignored me while she was out.
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