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(425) 355-0300



303 128th St SW, Everett, WA 98204

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Regular Hours

Mon - Sun

6:00 am - 8:00 pm

Price Range


Extra Phones

Phone: (425) 355-7107

Phone: (425) 355-4600

Payment Methods

No Credit Cards, All Major Credit Cards



Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private

Wi-Fi: No

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Alcohol: No

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: No

Price Range : Average

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    Daisy K.

    I ordered breakfast out and when I went to pick up the staff was very unorganized, amd took a while before I could pay. The food was disappointing, especially for the price.

  • Way too much!
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    Tricia S.

    We were enticed by the slogan 'Seattles best breakfast'. Well, I am here to tell you: it was anything but.
    $45.00 for the two of us- for breakfast. Ridiculous.. And the portion sizes? Horrendously too big. I was informed that the salmon breakfast special was 'all gone'. This- despite the fact that it was still on the chalkboard as a daily special. Anyways, I settled on this egg casserole( not exactly sure what to call it) concoction.. It was SO big, I don't know how they could possibly think that one person- even two could handle it, I was sicker than a dog after eating about 1/3 of it.. And to this day - nearly a month later, I cannot look at eggs the same. Have barely touched them since.
    While I understand that restaurants typically serve over- generous portion sizes, I also think there is a limit. And I drew the limit with being sick after, and paying $45.00 for that sickness. Seattles
    Best breakfast? Um... Not!

  • OMG, what happened to this restaurant???

    The prior restaurant at this location was a turkey house. Patty's has tried to carry over their menu. The whole package wasn't even close. It starts with the sign in the door that says ""we choose not to split checks on weekends"" to ""sorry, our credit card machine doesn't work."" The at my meal I received a cup of turkey noodle soup. First of all, they used elbow macaroni (not my cup of tea). Then there was 4 peas sized pieces of turkey in the soup. If you know anything about cooking turkey soup, if you are authentically cooking it like you would assume a turkey house would do, it would have tons of turkey meat (even if it was all dark meat). Needless to say, I would have rather gone to Taco Bell (and that is no compliment to Taco Bell.

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