South Everett Dining Guide

South Everett is a hidden gem of culinary delights. Don't let the strip malls and urban sprawl fool you. There is some delicious food hiding in plain within these parking lots.

For the Business/Fancy Dinner

Emory's on Silver Lake

11830 19th Ave. SE

Emory's on Silver Lake is a premiere Northwest dining establishment that's been wowing locals for many years. You know, it's not like, 'suit and tie' fancy, but it's the kind of place you'd feel great bringing a date or business colleague to. Emory's has a huge wine, beer and spirit list and menu that's chock-full of steak, seafood, wood-fired pizza and more. Save a few bucks and hit them up during happy hour. Try to grab a seat on their heated and covered patio.

For the Wine Connoisseur 

Bhu Ping Thai Cuisine

6600 Evergreen Way

You wouldn’t expect a little Thai restaurant within a strip mall to have an in-house sommelier and extensive wine cellar, would ya? Get ready to be amazed at the food, service and selection at Bhu Ping. It's great as a sit-down restaurant or as superb takeout. This unassuming restaurant has some of the best food in town  and we're not joking. Their wine and beer selection in the back (past the restrooms) will blow you away with rarities like first-grow Bordeaux. Pro tip: they usually have live jazz on Friday night. 

For the Picky Eater

Everett Mall Way

There are a variety of chain restaurants along Everett Mall Way, including staples like Red Robin, Olive Garden and Bob’s Burgers. If you’re looking for something familiar, you’ll likely find your meal here.

For the Car Full of HANGRY Humans

Philly Ya Belly

12432 Hwy 99, Ste. 65

HELP. You've just left the Boeing Tour with a van full of screaming kids. No one has eaten in hours. You're gonna lose it any second now. It's time for GIANT Philly Cheese Steaks to settle the family down, and Philly Ya Belly is the spot. This landmark is hidden within an industrial park, on the southern border of Lynnwood and Everett.  Get real and order a classic cheesesteak with 'wiz. Notice the bun is steamed and not crusty. This is how a Philly should be.