Welcome to Everett: a city forged by logging, airplanes, and long days working in the mills. Here you’ll discover all kinds of , an up-and-coming and scene, a , and Instagram-worthy views of Puget Sound.
Here's a roundup of what you should check out while you’re here.
2802 Wetmore Ave.
The home of the world-famous Pop! vinyl figurines, Funko’s brand new headquarters is in the heart of downtown. Grab some exclusive figures or build a custom Pop! to your liking. Be sure to take lots of photos of the life-size Pop! statues both inside and outside the building.
2927 Wetmore Ave.
Voted “Best New Cafe” in the world by coffee blog he staff at Narrative Coffee focus on showcasing a wide variety of unique single-origin coffees - there’s always something new to explore. Grab a street waffle or a salted chocolate chip cookie with your drink. Trust us, it’s an experience you shouldn’t miss.
Toggle's Bottleshop1420 Hewitt Ave.
For a beer lover, Toggles Bottleshop is like that toy store Kevin goes to in Home Alone 2 (don’t act like you’re too cool to get that reference). With over 700 bottles and cans and 21 rotating taps, you’ll never run out of new brews to experience. You can even bring in your own food for a low-stress dinner date. Be sure to pet their dog, and your pup is welcome to join too.
Grand Avenue Park
1720 Grand Ave.
Located in the middle of the historic Northwest Everett and Bayside neighborhoods, Grand Avenue Park is the crown jewel of Everett parks, and the best place to watch the sunset in all of Snohomish County. In late 2018, the Grand Avenue Bridge is set to be completed, making your stroll from downtown to the waterfront a breeze.
1205 Craftsman Way #109
Bluewater Distilling not only focuses on crafting small-batch spirits, but they offer some wicked-tasty food as well. Warm up on a chilly day with Bluewater’s mac ‘n cheese (don’t forget the bacon!) or if you’re in the mood for dessert, split a seasonal cheesecake with your sweetie. Be sure to pair your dinner with one of their signature cocktails.