You can satisfy just about any culinary craving quite easily in Everett. Cascade View and the surrounding areas house restaurants in a variety of flavors. Authentic ethnic eateries sit alongside down-home diners and popular seafood spots. Cascade View’s largest concentrations of shops and restaurants can be found in and around Everett Mall and along Evergreen
Oshima Sushi, a few minutes south of Cascade View on Evergreen Way sits nearly hidden inside a nondescript shopping center. Enter for food that’s far above average, creative presentation and amazing prices. Adventurous diners must try the multi-layered sexy roll. Traditionalists will be pleased with the über-fresh sashimi plate. In a hurry? They also make to-go orders.
Nick’s Jr. Burgers and Gyros, also on Evergreen, serves up a friendly atmosphere and outstanding food. The deluxe burger satisfies even the most primitive burger craving brimming with beef, grilled mushrooms, hickory bacon and loads of fresh toppings including avocado. The gyros are just as good, with ribbons of tender lamb slathered in garlicky yogurt sauce.
You don’t have to go all the way into Seattle for good coffee. RedDoor Coffee Roasters roast and brew their own gourmet beans in-house, providing perfectly prepared coffee drinks every day of the week. Locals run the place, and you’ll always find a warm inviting atmosphere at RedDoor. If you’re in from out of town, make sure to pick up a bag of their signature beans to brew at home.
Cascade View isn't exactly known for its nightlife, but there are plenty of nearby places to sidle up to the bar for a drink and some good times. Downtown Everett offers lots of after-hours fun and with Seattle less than 30 minutes away, the options for revelers are practically endless.
If you want to keep things local just head north on Evergreen Way and you'll find the White Buffalo Saloon, perfect for a night of laid-back fun. A friendly sports bar with strong drinks and cold beers, don't forget to try one of their stellar pizzas before you leave.