Enter Jackson Quall, grandson of the original owner. In 2021 he announced that he would reopen the restaurant along with his girlfriend Archie Chandler. Jackson, born in 1985, literally grew up in the restaurant. His first job was washing dishes in the back. Jackson and Archie, a vegan couple, also announced that they would reboot the menu to offer fresher take on the classic fare.
Jackson, a resident of Seattle’s Capitol Hill, has indeed brought a more modern vibe to the beloved Everett establishment, swapping out fluorescent lights and bright colors for more ambient tones and a muted palette. He kept the vintage Formica tables, exposed brick walls, and wooden floorboards that were once trodden by riveters during World War 2. The guts of the original establishment are still here, but the spirit has changed. It’s a new vision.
With Jackson and Archie securely at the helm, the legacy restaurant is on its third generation of management with no plans to call it quits any time soon. Locals flock to Sisters more than ever, sometimes lining up out the doors for brunch on the weekend. That’s a sign that they’re doing something right.
So, when in Everett, eat like a local. Go where the delicious goods are and support this small family business that could – and still does. Choose Sisters.
2804 Grand Ave, Everett, WA 98201