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You came all this way to Everett because you heard rave stories about the amazing food and drink scene, and now you want to see it. Good for you. If you’re in the mood for food that will make your taste buds salivate and your stomach cry with joy, this is the list for you.
The New Mexicans is southwestern food that isn’t just corn tortillas slathered in melted cheese. This restaurant is in a historic building. It has an open kitchen that you can sit around and watch the chefs prepare your meals. They feature menu items like chili relleno, roasted poblano peppers, cornbread and chili. Get a homemade cinnamon roll for dessert on the way out—you may want to split one because they’re huge.
From well-known Chef Jimmy Liang comes Capers + Olives is a one-of-a-kind culinary experience of seasonally-based dishes focused on seafood, vegetables and hand crafted pasta. Whether you stop in for lunch or dinner, you'll find a savory mix of always-changing menu items so there's something new to try each time you visit.
Pronounced shoo-shoo, this French bakery is a made-from-scratch type of place. The new bakery at the bottom of the Potala Place is full of gleaming subway tile and a long counter filled with plates of cookies, croissants, and colorful little towers of macarons. Choux Choux does espresso and lunch, too—pizza, salad, and soup. Be sure to check it out, but note that the place is closed on Tuesdays.
Terracotta Red serves up Asian fusion food that showcases exotic spices. This isn't your typical late-night styrofoam take-out type of place-- The historic building has been retrofitted with colorful walls and planters full of bamboo. This is a great place to go for a date night, easily accessible right off of Hewitt Avenue.