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Dining Outside in Seattle NorthCountry

Al fresco dining with mountain and water views— here are your four best options for savoring Pacific Northwest beauty, one bite at a time.

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Eating outside in the fresh air is a uniquely delicious part of visiting the true Pacific Northwest. Here are your best bets for eating al fresco during the spring and summer.



Todo Mexico 1101 1st St, Snohomish, WA, 98290

With a bright ambiance, a full bar, and unbeatable Mexican cuisine, Todo Mexico’s outdoor dining deck hosts umbrella-covered tables with a babbling built-in fountain. Todo’s overlooks the green and winding Snohomish River and will leave you confidently convinced there is nowhere else to be.



American Legion Memorial Park, 2nd St & Alverson Blvd, Everett, WA 98201

With arguably the best panoramic view in Everett, Legion Park is the place to bring a picnic. With benches, picnic tables, and shady trees for spreading out under, Legion’s spacious field showcases a view of Port Gardner Bay. Across the street from the field, there are covered picnic shelters for grilling, and down the lot, you will find an arboretum perfect for lunching underneath cherry blossoms.



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Sol Food Bar and Grill, 1405 Hewitt Ave, Everett WA 98201

Sol Food’s al-fresco back patio is well worth visiting and will have you going back once you do. There you will be surrounded by high brick walls, colorful glass, flowering plants, and folk art. Order a whiskey cocktail and don’t forget about Taco Tuesdays.



Rodger’s Riverview Bisto, 1011 1st St, Snohomish, WA, 98290

The name describes the view and the dining experience compliments it perfectly. This classy restaurant is farm-to-table style. Bring a date and treat yourselves to an appetizer, even dessert—you won’t want dinner to end. You can’t go wrong with whatever you order off their seasonally changing menu.



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Christa Porter