In Snohomish County lies an abundance of sparkling waters, fertile farmland and forests yielding ingredients for some of the best farm-to-table eateries. Take a bite and savor the flavor of what the Pacific Northwest has to offer.
13817 Short School Rd.
Fresh, delicious and sustainable local food is on the menu at Della Terra in Snohomish. With the words Della Terra meaning “from the earth” in Italian, owner Cody Castiglia focuses on providing an unforgettable experience when it comes to his locally sourced food. Utilizing area farms often right down the road in Snohomish, Castiglia brings the farm directly to the dinner table in his flavorsome meals. Providing authentic hospitality while leaving a positive impact on the local economy and overall environment is a priority at Della Terra. Their motto “community over competition,” shines through in their partnerships with local businesses and mission to give back to the community.
What started as one of Snohomish’s finest catering services has now transformed into much more by feeding the local community. Della Terra To-Go features catered-quality meals now available to-go for pick up or delivery for a $5 flat rate covering the Lake Stevens, Snohomish, and Marysville areas. All items are priced reasonably at $15 or less, with mouth-watering selections such as the Red Wine Braised Beef Short Rib or the Roasted Mushroom Lasagna. To-go orders come fully cooked in foil pans, ready to re-heat and enjoy. Now you can enjoy catered-fresh, local food right at home.
Della Terra specializes in catering special events, providing the finest quality, “better-for-you-food” from the local harvest, leaving guests with a long-lasting impression. Catering services are led by 425 Magazine’s Best Chef of 2020 and Della Terra owner Cody Castiglia servicing Snohomish County, the Eastside, and greater Seattle areas. Need a caterer for a wedding or special event? It’s easy to make an online request for further information.
Heritage Restaurant | Bar
14450 Woodinville-Redmond Rd. NE #101B
Find a welcoming farm-to-table experience at Heritage Restaurant | Bar, located in Woodinville. Come as you are and enjoy a delicious, sustainable meal while feeling like part of the family in a casual environment. Sourcing food locally and keeping it simple is Chef Breanna Beike’s philosophy.
Growing up eating home-grown and experiencing the true meaning of fresh foods ultimately motivated Beike to bring farm-fresh items into the kitchen at Heritage. She enjoys being creative using seasonal ingredients provided by local farms in Snohomish County without extra frills. Beike emphasizes keeping their food deliciously simple. Featured on the Best of 425 in 2021 and Diner’s Choice in 2020, many others agree the food and experience at Heritage is unbeatable.
Conveniently located within Woodinville’s wine country, Heritage is open for lunch and dinner Wednesday through Sunday. They offer brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Specializing in American cuisine, enjoy a glass of Washington wine from an impressive wine menu awarded by Wine Spectator. If you don’t have time to sit down but would still like to enjoy the food in the convenience of your own home, take advantage of Heritage at Home, available for pickup Wednesday through Sunday from 4:30-8:30 p.m. See Heritage at Home for full details on online ordering and to-go menus.
Grain Artisan Bakery
717 1st St.
Bring your sweet tooth for a mouth-watering dessert organically made from Grain Artisan Bakery in Snohomish. Grain produces farm-to-bakery essentials from the best sustainably harvested and locally sourced ingredients. Combining seasonal herbs and edible floral hints creates some of Grain’s most sought-out flavors. These desserts are genuinely one of a kind, inspired by nature.
What started in 2015 with various pop-ups, farmers markets, and wedding venues around Snohomish has now evolved into a full-service brick-and-mortar shop located right downtown. With an emphasis on “sourcing with intention,” it is no wonder this community favorite now has a permanent residence in Snohomish.
Grain delivers gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan and paleo selections keeping diverse diets in mind when creating their high-end pastries. Utilizing connections with small, local farmers is what keeps Grain at the local and sustainable level. “Sustainability and regenerative agriculture are the way of our future, and it is what we are all about,” says Lauren Anderson of Grain. With a commitment to delivering the best, Grain keeps customers eager for more.
Find delicious choices like European-style scones or allergen-friendly salted chocolate chunk cookies. There is sure to be something sweet the entire family will enjoy. Seasonal favorites like pumpkin bread and plant-based whole cakes baked fresh for every occasion are popular choices among the community. Check out Grain’s yummy menu online.
Snohomish County is a prime place for seasonal, farm-to-table cuisine sure to please any palate. From savory to sweet and everything in between, find delicious and fresh food right here locally.