115 Ave A
The Center Public House is the first non-profit pub in Washington. These guys partner with local charities so that each glorious pint of local brew lends itself to a greater cause. You can read all about it here. But if you've already been and you're looking to spread your wings, downtown Snohomish has no shortage of drink and dining options. Here are some other favorite spots to enjoy.
1114 1st St
Fred’s has such a lengthy list of specialty beers and ciders to choose from that you may have trouble deciding on just one. Panko breaded coconut prawns or gourmet pizza—the food stands on its own. Open until midnight for the late night appetite.
2925, 111 Ave A
This historic home-turned-restaurant will take you back in time. Order a glass of wine and enjoy an unbeatable all-American meal. The antique decorations, floral wallpaper, and the Oldies playing on the radio create a dining experience befitting the spirit of Snohomish.
1101 First Ave
With a margarita and fresh Mexican cuisine, it can feel like you’re south of the border within the heart of town. Todo Mexico has window booths that overlook the river and seasonally, a picturesque alfresco patio area. It is beautifully adorned with bright colors, tile, and a collection of potted plants.
Roger's is a place you can linger over a nice date or celebratory occasion. With farm-to-table practices, it uses quality ingredients to bring the diner a candlelit meal of luxury. It's open for a brief 4 to 5 hours max (depending on the day), so plan this treat around a day of casual shopping and exploration.
A classy American restaurant with Hemingway style decor. Open for breakfast and lunch. You can’t go wrong with the soup of the day, and their salads are large enough to share. They have a drink menu that features several unique morning cocktails, so have a bloody mary at the bar or take your friends out to brunch.
115 Ave A
1011 1st St