Published April 2018
Welcome to this month’s installment of Lamoureux’s Four Fun Things, a small compilation of entertaining things to do and see around Everett, WA.
Make a date and enjoy some of these unique activities and delectables around downtown Everett.
Located on the Everett waterfront, Moontree Asian Tapas (1728 W. Marine View Drive) is a great place to relax after work with some sweet, sparkling rice wine and a plate of yakitori and sashimi. Enjoy their delicious food at affordable prices during their happy hour, which starts at 4:30 p.m. and ends at 6:30 p.m.
Make sure to plan ahead, these guys are usually only available by reservation. They make dining easy with their online reservation form.
Located at 3232 Broadway, Covenant Art Glass is a beautifully fragile storefront that’s been part of the community for over 38 years. Part retail space part classroom, Covenant is the perfect place to hone your stained glass chops and explore other transparent art forms.
If you’re a beginner in the art of glass, try attending one of their six-week Stained Glass Classes for $110 (with an additional $249 supply fee). Three different classes at a variety of times start in May, so check out their schedule to see which time fits best for you.
3. Everett Whale Watching with Island Adventures
It’s officially whale watching season, and Island Adventures Whale Watching is ready to take you aboard their vessel that conveniently launches from the Marina Village (1726 W. Marine View Drive). With over 500 five star reviews on Trip Advisor, these tours have become a staple experience for any Everett native or visitor.
Each tour lasts three hours, with your choice of either a 10 a.m. or 2 p.m. departure between March and May. Take advantage of planning 30 days ahead to receive $20 off the individual ticket price, or pay the full amount at $69 for adults and $49 for children ages 3 to 17.
4. The Deli @ the Sno-Isle Food Co-op
If you’re looking for a lunch that’s healthy, filling, and darn delicious strap on some walking shoes and head over to the Co-op (2804 Grand Avenue). At the back of the store hides their deli, a wondrous place filled with fresh lunch options and a giant menu board filled with sandwiches and smoothies averaging about $7 to $8 each.
You can’t go wrong with any of their smoothies, but our personal favorites are the Blackberry Peach and the Cacao Kapow (if you’re a nut for nuts). If you’re more of a sandwich person, we highly recommend their grilled cheese, made panini style.
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