Shoreline is a city in King County, Washington, United States, 9 miles (14 km) north of Downtown Seattle bordering the northern Seattle city limits. As of the 2010 census, the population was 53,007, making it the 20th largest city in the state of Washington.
Things to do in Shoreline
4.5 based on 100 reviews
I always return here...family is wonderful....food is consistently very good. Menu reliably remains the same...Wait service is always friendly even when peak slams hit or large group is in back meeting room. Parking is better than before....need more disability slots close to front door.
We are seniors and menu items are generous and so we often order two items and split them 50/50. There is no split fee....Of course the Pasta plates are standards...
as well as Greek salads, and of course---Pizzas. They do have Calzones.
There are three menu Pizza sizes. However, a non-menu item is a personal pizza
that serves six slices. This size of pizza and a large salad split will fill up most couples.
Coffee, Tea, Beer and Wine are also options.
I have never been disappointed here for lunch or for dinner.
4 based on 279 reviews
Wonderful downtown Edmonds location, excellent dessert menu with many specials of the day... open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Reservations accepted for dinner.
Had a wonderful experience. Great atmosphere, service and food. If you are looking for a friendly warm place where you can enjoy really tasty gourmet food at a reasonable price, this is it. Can hardly wait to go again.
4 based on 104 reviews
Wasn’t our first time visiting Diamond Knot and won’t be our last. Great beer, Great food, Great staff. Love love love this place.
4.5 based on 66 reviews
A friend and I stopped here for lunch on a Saturday--the place was busy but not packed. We came on her recommendation; she wanted to get their house-made wide rice noodles, which most Thai restaurants don't make. I ordered the Sukiyaki with shrimp, small diced chicken meatballs and squid, served in a delicious broth with vegetables and cellophane noodles. We enjoyed the food and appreciated the efficient service (lots of water refills, which I needed to offset the three-star spiciness). Many other dishes on the menu appealed to me--I'll be back!
4.5 based on 206 reviews
Salt & Iron, Edmonds' first and only Steak and Oyster house brings new life into the downtown core. Join us for freshly harvested oysters and premium cuts of steak. In addition, the menu boasts seasonal dishes with grilled landfood and seafood. Sidewalk seating also available for those sunny Northwest days and warm comfortable evenings!
Cappuccino, Hot Chocolate, Hamburger, Oysters, Steak and Eggs. A variety of Foods ordered by our foursome. Casual dining on a snowy day. Easy accommodations, with our waitress mindful of the person at our table who was gluten free. We enjoyed a lengthy meal and conversation. Would recommend. Felt the pricing was spot on. Steak and Eggs for me were great. My steak was done as requested. Our server Lily deserves recognition for her awesome customer service.
4 based on 83 reviews
We have eaten here each time we are in this area. Yesterday we had breakfast. It was a Sunday about 11 and it was crowded. We still really enjoyed our meal. I had the french toast combo and my husband had the Belgian waffle combo. A bit too much food, but still wonderful.
4 based on 327 reviews
We had such hopes for the place after reading the reviews. There isn’t a huge selection for Italian food in Edmonds. The place was packed so we sat on the heated outside tables. Unless you enjoy water dripping on your head from the overhang and banging your knees on the table I don’t recommend it.
I ordered the Caprese salad. The tomatoes were barely pink and cut by a 2 year old. I ordered the piccata. Besides the fact there was zero lemon flavor, they didn’t cook off the alcohol from the wine. My husband had the s squid ink pasta. Basically black pasta in oil. Oh and I asked if I could have veggies instead of the pasta and was told I wasn’t allowed to substitute on the happy hour menu.
On top the poor quality food our server was bad. In first 20 minutes we finally got drinks ordered and only once did he stop to refill water. Needless to say $150 not well spent. If you are a foodie stay far away from this place!
4 based on 468 reviews
I reviewed Arnies's back in 2015 and my opinion hasn't changed. This is the place to eat in Edmonds if you are a seafoodie. My daughter and I decided to eat a little earlier than usual and chose to go to Arnie's for Happy Hour. The prices are reduced on both food and well drinks and seating is in the bar area. The same excellent quality of the food and service was experienced once again. The fish and chips are excellent and the Baja Taco also gets very high marks. For Happy Hour...go early! This is a very popular spot.
4.5 based on 50 reviews
Grinders Hot Sands is an Italian based restaurant in Shoreline, WA serving tasty, famous grinders, amazing pasta and soups that have a local following. Lunch and dinner daily. Beer and wine. Live music. Take out and order ahead available.
This is the first place we stopped when we got to Shoreline. The sandwiches are absolutely great- maybe a bit on the large side but the leftovers made a nice lunch! I'm
4.5 based on 29 reviews
I've been 4 times now, and coming from Texas I usually dread trying Mexican food here. This place is legit. Carnitas are oh, so perfectly burned. The whole fish plate is crispy and wonderful. Rojo pork is nice and spicy, the pozole is rich and full of "things" including a foot if you want it. (I said this place is legit). Shrimp ceviche tostadas, lengua and pastor tacos. Man. I love the unlabeled salsa and pepper bar, 8 different salsas (most hot). Free radishes for snacking while you wait for them to bring the food out. No stinking chips. It's pretty bare bones, a converted Taco Bell or something from the looks of it. Counter service. No beer or margaritas, not a place you would want to hang out, it's crowded often because it's real and good (and rather cheap!).
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