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Events Calendar

Tue April 22

Live Music: Paul Roberts & The Jr. Geezer Band
The Austin Bar & Grill
6:00pm - 10:00pm
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Wed April 23

Film Noir
Historic Everett Theatre
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Fri April 25

The Little River Band
Historic Everett Theatre
8:00pm - 10:15am
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Sat April 26

Gear Up Expo
Comcast Arena
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Sat April 26

Rocky Horror Picture Show
Historic Everett Theatre
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Schack Art Center
2921 Hoyt Ave | (425) 259-5050
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Sol Food Bar & Grill
1405 Hewitt Ave | (425) 252-6768
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Downtown Banya

2814 Colby Ave | (425) 252-2692
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The Majestic Cafe
2929 Colby Ave | (425) 339-2074
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Scuttlebutt Brewing Co.
1524 W. Marine View Drive | (425) 257-9316
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Studio Donna Salon & Spa
2944 Colby Ave | (425) 258-4941
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Featured EVENT

Fisherman's Village Music Festival

Over 60 local bands are set to converge downtown May 16th and 17th.

There’s a local music renaissance afoot in Downtown Everett, and this festival will be its Mona Lisa. The Everett Music Initiative and KEXP are kicking off summer in Everett a little early this year with the Fisherman’s Village Music Festival – an event featuring a lineup of musicians that would make even the pickiest hipsters swoon. Over 60 bands including names like Moondoggies, The Grizzled Mighty, Shelby Earl, My Goodness, and I Will Keep Your Ghost will converge on Downtown Everett for the weekend – lighting up four downtown venues.

The Fisherman’s Village Festival is May 16th and 17th, full details here.


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The people who brought you the deliciousness that is Terracotta Red have delivered another winner: Katana Sushi. If you're like us, you've been waiting a long time for a sushi bar to grace the streets of downtown Everett - and this one does not disappoint.

The restaurant is set in the cozy brick building that used to house Sojen Cellar's tasting room (the winery is still located in the back). Dimly lit and decorated with modern Asian artwork (and a pretty cool moped), the place feels like a perfect mix of hip and homey.

The menu is simple and straightforward, but offers great options at almost any price range. Diners can feast on traditional rolls like spicy tuna ($5) and tempura shrimp ($7), or try Katana's specialty rolls - priced up to about $20/each. And if you're one of the few who still think raw fish is gross, never fear, there are several great seafood-free options on the appetizer menu.

The drink menu features Asian beer and wine ($5-$10/glass).

Visit them at 2818 Hewitt Ave. Open daily for lunch and dinner (be sure to check out their lunch specials). Take a look at Katana's Facebook page for hours.


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Get to know your neighbors. See what's around the corner. Whether you have an endpoint in mind or are into the aimless wander, it's all right here. Click on the image above to launch a fully interactive map with descriptions and contact information on more than 100 downtown businesses and points of interest.