Arlington is a city in northern Snohomish County, Washington, United States, part of the Seattle metropolitan area. The city lies on the Stillaguamish River in the western foothills of the Cascade Range, adjacent to the city of Marysville. It is approximately 10 miles (16 km) north of Everett, the county seat, and 40 miles (64 km) north of Seattle, the region's largest city. As of the 2010 U.S. census, Arlington has a population of 17,926.
Things to do in Arlington
5 based on 154 reviews
Our fine dining menu is best described as World Inspired Regional Cuisine consisting of fresh and local seasonal products. In addition to high-quality meats and poultry, we also offer sustainable seafood, amazing soups and irresistible desserts. Vegetarian and gluten-free entrees are created upon request.
The Bistro San Martin is fantastic. It is without a doubt the best restaurant in the county. The owners are alway warm & friendly. The food is consistently amazing. Martin is often coming up with new items. We just tried his seafood tostada appetizer. It was great.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
A relaxed & comfortable place to enjoy small batch, scratch made pastries, as well as delicious coffee, espresso beverages, soups, salads & sandwiches.
I pass through this way about every two weeks. And this is where I eat my early lunch. Everything I've had here is excellent. Soups, sandwiches and coffee all great. Prices are very fair and quick friendly service. Best thing, they are consistent. Nice and clean atmosphere. Highly recommended.
4.5 based on 134 reviews
In town on business, looking for a dinner spot and noticed someone recommended the Reuben here. As a fellow Reuben "hunter" I wanted to try it out.
Pros-Really fun atmosphere. I often don't go for the "theme" restaurants. The food often takes a back seat to the "flair". For a reason I can't quite explain, this I liked. The way everything was decorated and arranged made it just really laid back, fun and comfortable (even if the seating wasn't). The menu was ample and had a nice veggie option. The Reuben...well I can put it in the Pros section. Any fellow Reuben "hunter" should give it a shot. I did think it could use a bit more "Umph!" but certainly a worthy attempt.
Cons-Seating was cute but uncomfortable.The price point felt more than a little over the mark and there was no (apparent) option for a half sandwich option so you are left either eating a sammie that is way too big, leaving a good portion on your plate or trying to revive it the next day only to be disappointed. I would pay more than half price for half a sandwich just saying...Lastly, I think part of what was missing in the Reuben experience is pairing it with a nice brewski...not happening here.
Bottom line- Totally worth the stop...would easily recommend it. There is really something for everybody on the menu and the atmosphere/decor/attitude just adds to the experience.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
This a unique Starbucks as most baristas are recognize regulars knowing what is preferred. The hot lattes are done to perferction and very flavorful compared to some other Starbucks. Some of the beverages are becoming pricey.
4.5 based on 105 reviews
Loved the homemade bbbq there. The best macaroni salad this side of the Mississippi! Check out the enorm-moose Moose Head on the wall! (They even decorate it for holidays.)
4.5 based on 6 reviews
I don't normally review any of the many, many Starbucks we stop at because Starbucks is usually pretty consistent as far as the coffee goes and either you like it or you don't. Tom and I happen to like it and this Arlington (Smokey Point) Starbucks is one we often stop at on our way home from the Seattle area. Today I was by myself and stopped in for a break in my drive. And were they ever BUSY!!! They said that there had been someone waiting in the drive-up line at 5:18 am before they even opened and it had been that way all morning. I counted seven baristas behind the counter working together as part of a finely-tuned machine, cranking out coffee creations and cheerfully interacting with customers. I was having so much fun watching them that I was actually a little disappointed when my coffee was ready and it was time to get back on the road!
4.5 based on 74 reviews
This is one of my favorite breakfast places when I'm in the area. The food and service is great and the prices are very reasonable. Located just off the runway at Arlington Municipal Airport one can enjoy the air traffic and a nice meal too! Very popular with the locals so you know that it's good. Nothing fancy here just good home style cooking in a casual atmosphere.
4.5 based on 78 reviews
I went for a late dinner with friends to welcome someone home from the east coast. The food was delicious, the service was great, and the prices didn't break the bank. This place is one of my favorites and I have never been disappointed! I tried my first ever chicken fajita and horchata and absolutely loved them.
4.5 based on 74 reviews
I frequent the Restaurant at Rhodes River Ranch and have sometimes performed there. I am amazed at how they get better and better. The food is always the fist priority of management and it is always flavorful. Reservations are must here to get the kind of service you expect at a fine dining restaurant. They always try to accommodate walk-ins because they never want to disappoint their guests. Reservations are always best. The ambiance is incredible County Elegance with a Western them rules. The décor is always over the top. Worth the drive to experience this beautiful place.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
This is a perfect Weekend Brunch destination :) Plan to peruse the adjacent shops while waiting for your table - you may find the perfect kitchen gadget!
The meals are tasty, ample, and served with good natured teasing and smiles.
Of course, I had to try the Chicken Fried steak, on hash browns, sausage gravy (the real thing - not Sysco from a can) over easy eggs on top... Makes my mouth water just remembering :)
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