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Events Calendar



Tue July 26

Sets in the West
Wetmore Theatre Plaza
5:00pm
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Tue July 26

Billy Elliot
Village Theatre
7:30pm
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Wed July 27

Billy Elliot
Village Theatre
7:30pm
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Wed July 27

Music on the Plaza
Snohomish County Campus Amphitheater
11:30am
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Thu July 28

Music at the Marina
Port Gardner Landing
6:30pm
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WORTH A CLICK

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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Kama Aina Grindz
2933 Colby Ave | (425) 322-5280
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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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At Large Brewing

The craft brewing scene is alive and well in downtown Everett. Thanks to places like Scuttlebutt, Brews Almighty, and The Independent, there are a whole host of great places to grab a beer downtown. The newest addition to the craft brewing scene - At Large Brewery - is now open, and it’s definitely worth a visit (or six).

Located in the Everett Herald’s old distribution center on Marine View Drive, At Large Brewing is a microbrewery featuring 10 rotating taps - along with a cider and a non-alcoholic root beer. The location boasts a fantastic view of Everett’s working waterfront (on warm days, they’ll roll open the huge water-facing garage doors), tons of parking, and a great open, industrial feel.

Be sure to note - no food is served, so make this a pre- or post-dinner stop. However, At Large will often have food trucks in the parking lot, watch their Facebook page for details.

At Large Brewing
2730 W. Marine View Dr
Open Wed - Sun, evenings only.


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J Ramen & Sushi

Nestled away at the end of Hewitt Ave in what used to be Everett’s famous Bobby’s Hawaiian is a new restaurant that you must (must) try.

Asian soups are all the rage right now, and rightfully so. When done right, there’s practically nothing more comforting than a warm, spicy bowl of ramen on a chilly northwest evening.

J Ramen and Sushi does it right – the rich, salty broth; slightly runny egg; and perfectly fried pork belly won’t disappoint even ramen aficionados (you know who you are).

Appetizers are great too – we’d recommend the house-made gyoza or the potato croquettes.

The staff is super friendly and attentive. Vegetarians take note – the last time we visited, there were no veggie ramen options, but we’re hopeful they will be added to the menu soon.

J Ramen & Sushi
1011 Hewitt Ave
(425) 388-0228

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Explore Downtown Everett

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.