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1524 W Marine View Dr, Everett, WA | Directions 9820147.998301 -122.213805
Monday-Thursday 11a.m.-8p.m.; Friday & Saturday 11a.m.-9p.m.
Neighborhoods: Northwest Everett
A new facility does not make a great restaurant – First and foremost the only reason I am giving a 1 star rating is that the beer is good. However, a new facility does not make a great restaurant. That is the basis for my review. I went there recently with a friend for some after work beer and some food. We were seated on the deck. They had one person in charge of the deck seating with probably 20 patrons on the deck. The guy serving us was overwhelmed, service was slow, and did I mention it was slow. On occasions staff from inside would come out and assist but there was not enough of this kind of help from the other staff and clearly the waiter needed help! Then came the appetizer, Nachos, which were the worst Nachos I have ever had. Now good Nachos are not especially difficult to make but obviously someone in the kitchen decided that by dumping cheese on corn chips and throwing a few more things at the plate that it qualified as being Nachos. NOT! Oh, did I mention the service was slow? Anyway, in my opinion it is not worth going back. It's new and it's real popular but when the newness wears off and unless they improve service and food offerings I think the place will fail.
worst restaurant in everett – the new location is horrible.
greasy pub food, they just raised the price.
the absolute worst service on the planet.
save your money, just go to dennys.
GREAT BEER AND FOOD! – Always had a good meal here and the beer is great and not too exspensive. Have even got a couple kegs for parties and well worth it for 10 plus people. Right on the water in the Everett marina.
Very low key but yummy brewery. – First of all they accept kids in the dinning room. Some brewery's don't allow kids. All of the Beer was extremely good. We had the fish and chips. Very good without being greasy. The dinning area was clean but not nice.
Best Pulled Pork Sandwich around!!! – And the beer is awesome too!
Mmmm, be sure to ask about the seasonal selections. Dy-no-mite!
I had been here several times trying other menu items and wasn't knocked over until I tried the BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich.
Apparently one of the guys in the kitchen has a special recipe from Hawaii and he slow roasts the pork on site.
Other than it being a bit hot on my second visit (temperature-wise), I had NO complaints!
It's the type of meal you're gonna get messy with, so maybe not a good idea for a first date. HA!
Once you pick up the sandwich, you're not gonna wanna put it down anyway.
Hmmm, kinda hungry at the moment so perhaps I'll have to pay them a visit...
The only bummer is it's so close to the water but faces the opposite direction. A view would put this place in a league of its own!
User review by divaforfish – This is a casual lunch or dinner spot place for micro-brew lovers. The food is your typical greasy-spoon type fare- burgers, fries, fish and chips, with salads and other standards thrown in. But it is worth it to go for the beer alone (or especially the home-brewed root beer as mentioned below), and the food and service are competently done if not exciting. They also offer jugs of beer to go for about $10 (serves about 4) which can then be refilled at a discount.
hometown place – a quaint little microbrewery - food is good, not exceptional. Lots of fried stuff, but I recommend the beer battered fish and chips....... yummy.
If you don't like beer, try the root beer! They brew it there as well.
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