New Restaurants in Snohomish County: A Sneak Peek


SNOHOMISH COUNTY – Want a preview of what’s to come in the Snohomish County restaurant scene?

The Daily Herald will begin publishing a monthly list of upcoming restaurants and other food establishments from plan reviews provided by the Snohomish Health District, as we seek to expand our food and beverage coverage in Snohomish County.

The plan reviews serve as a snapshot for readers of what restaurants and other food-related businesses expect in the coming months. The following list is provided by the December and January SHD plan revisions. The list only includes establishments that have received a letter of approval from the health district food security team. We have not included existing facilities or those that are not bricks and mortar or food trucks, such as caterers and home bakeries.

Unless explicitly stated, this list does not mean that the following establishments are still open to the public.

The Daily Herald has not contacted the operators of these establishments, but we may cover them in the near future.

At Dave and Buster’s

18606 Alderwood Mall Pkwy, Lynnwood

Seattle Hill Gyros (OPEN)

13119 Seattle Hill Rd Ste 102, Snohomish

vertiginous truck

1514 178th Street, Arlington (MOBILE)

Super Tortas Ganzin (OPEN)

20005 99 Hwy, Lynnwood (MOBILE)

Woodland Café – Evergreen Way

10318 N Evergreen Way, Everett

Imrans Market II

9602 Evergreen Road, Everett

Pier 88 Boiling seafood and bar

3015 SW 184th St, Lynnwood

Sultan Thai Restaurant

31115 United States 2, Sultan

Copperpot Bakery

550 Main Street, Edmonds

Meatheads Smokehouse and Beer Works (OPEN)

8928 Vernon Road, Stevens Lake

Pie dip bar

921 1st Street Snohomish

Rustic cork wine bar

3911 133rd Street SE 101 Mill Creek

Sol Food Express (OPEN)

2727 Colby Ave, Everett

Sushi Avenue, Inc.

15605 Main St., Mill Creek

Thai Clearview Stop

17424 State Route 9 SE, Snohomish

The little tavern

11707 Mukilteo Speedway #102, Mukilteo

Won Asian Market

11515 State Ave. East, Marysville

Contact food journalist Taylor Goebel at 425-339-3046 or email her at [email protected] Twitter: @TaylorGoebel. Join the Daily Herald’s food-focused Facebook group, SnohomPlat.


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