LIVE IN EVERETT: A great resource for all things Everett including food, art, events and even real estate.
Delta Hotels by Marriott: Everett’s newest and nicest hotel with a great bar and late bites menu.
Best Western Plus Navigator Inn: Great rates and located right down the road from the Festival.
Staybridge Suites: Beautiful 4-star hotel right off Mukilteo Speedway, minutes away from Downtown.
Courtyard Marriott: Brand new hotel in the heart of Downtown Everett on Colby Ave.
Towneplace Suites: Spacious rooms located not too far away in Mukilteo.
Hampton Inn Everett: Five blocks away from the party. Water views. Sweet 6th floor breakfast spread.
Inn at Port Gardner: Beautiful waterfront boutique hotel. Worth a few extra bucks but will fill up quick.
RESTAURANTS & BARS:
Scuttlebutt Brewpub: While you're here, take a quick trip down to the waterfront's best brewpub for tasty fish n' chips and Everett’s best beer brewed locally for 20-plus years.
Scuttlebutt Taproom & Brewery: Closer to downtown, you can see the full Scuttlebutt operation and taste up to 10 taps.
Tony V's Garage: Promise you’ll leave with orange fingers from delicious wings partially cleaned with strong cocktails.
The New Mexicans: Delicious, made-from-scratch food with the best damn margaritas in town. We overstay our welcome there often.
KAI SUSHI: Everett’s best sushi and sake joint on the main drag. They cover the basics deliciously and have extravagant rolls too!
Bluewater Distilling: A-game cocktails with our favorite vodka and gin on planet earth. Solid snacks and dinner menu!
The Independent Beer Bar: One of our favorite neighborhood beer bars with incredible beer selection, wine and cider.
The Irishmen: Just a 'Irish Pub' with food served until late and full bar. Open until 2am.
Brooklyn Brothers Pizzeria: A perfectly cooked Brooklyn style pie baked in a stone oven at 550°. Simple and right; period.
Abbot’s Steakhouse: Everett’s high-end steak and seafood experience with a vintage charm.
The Soundview: For all you dive bar drinkin', cheesy-tot-lovin' criminals (literally) out there, this is your jam. It's def our jam.
Anchor Pub: One of Washington’s oldest bars. $1 train beers and full bar with a dinner menu.
J Ramen & Sushi: If you're walking down to the Anchor Pub, you won't want to miss this delicious noodle house.