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Treat your taste buds: Explore North of Seattle restaurants.

Specials at top restaurants in North of Seattle

Enjoy great restaurant specials, set menus, and more
Ivar's Mukilteo LandingIvar's Mukilteo Landing
2247 reviews
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Seafood | Mukilteo, North of Seattle

As it always is, it is fantastic. Great food, great service, and a beautiful view. More

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Diners' Choice Winners: Best Overall

North of Seattle's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
Katana Sushi & Sake House1. Katana Sushi & Sake House
44 reviews
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Sushi | Everett, North of Seattle

It was the perfect place for Valentine's Day. The staff was very helpful and answered all our questions. Food was fantastic! More

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The Fireside Restaurant, Waterfront Dining2. The Fireside Restaurant, Waterfront Dining
162 reviews
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Northwest | Port Ludlow, North of Seattle

We've gone for lunch several times but went for dinner this time. The menu was locally sourced, as advertised, with a variety of options. I had the sturgeon and it was perfectly prepared. Very much enjoyed the tapenade served with the bread but the bread could be better. Our server was very attentive. More

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Bar Dojo3. Bar Dojo
537 reviews
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Northwest | Edmonds, North of Seattle

Bar Dojo is consistently good whether you have a table or just go to the bar. The service is super friendly and I have my favorite dishes that are consistently good (ahi poke crab bowl this time). Monday night happy hour also has some great treats. More

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Abbott's4. Abbott's
118 reviews
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American | Everett, North of Seattle

The staff was very friendly, the decor is very cozy yet elegant, and the food is very good. We would go there again. it was a fun place to meet friends ! More

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The Keg Steakhouse + Bar - Lynnwood5. The Keg Steakhouse + Bar - Lynnwood
985 reviews
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Steakhouse | Lynnwood, North of Seattle

The service was excellent and our server checked on us to make sure everything fine from our satisfaction on our food to making sure our drinks were kept replenished. We were happy to see our waiter knew what was on the menu and able to define the item on the menu. This was our first visit and know we will be coming back for sure. More

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Discover North of Seattle

Next time you find yourself North of Seattle, know that you are in a city that is known for simple yet delicious snacks. Apples, artisanal chocolate, and a traditional cup of coffee are a few of the things that the residents of this city enjoy every day. You'll find that this city even has a specially created cherry. The Rainier cherry is named for Mount Rainier. Looking for a sweeter dessert? North of Seattle is the best place to find bittersweet chocolate chip cookies. If you're hungry for saltier flavors, the seafood is a must-try. Start with the fish and chips or the cedar-planked salmon with honey-balsamic glaze.

Discover North of Seattle

Next time you find yourself North of Seattle, know that you are in a city that is known for simple yet delicious snacks. Apples, artisanal chocolate, and a traditional cup of coffee are a few of the things that the residents of this city enjoy every day. You'll find that this city even has a specially created cherry. The Rainier cherry is named for Mount Rainier. Looking for a sweeter dessert? North of Seattle is the best place to find bittersweet chocolate chip cookies. If you're hungry for saltier flavors, the seafood is a must-try. Start with the fish and chips or the cedar-planked salmon with honey-balsamic glaze.