It’s time for fun in the sun here in Snohomish as the weather warms and the great outdoors becomes a playground for local residents. Adventure awaits around every corner, and after being cooped up all winter, we know you won’t want to miss a second outside.
Snohomish restaurants are also getting their outdoor patios ready for some stellar outdoor dining opportunities to make your meal memorable and keep the good times rolling all summer long into fall!
Maltby Pizza & Pasta
8813 Maltby Road, Snohomish
Since 2000 Maltby Pizza & Pasta has been specializing in old-school style hand-tossed pizzas, pasta, and broiled steaks, but that’s not all on this delicious menu. The local Italian eatery is also famous for its beef ribs, pork chops, pig roast, and lamb leg— yum!
Those stopping in for a bite can enjoy all these delectable dishes and more, along with the crisp air and beautiful scenery on their charming outdoor patio. Pair any meal with one of their cool, refreshing ale options featured on their rotating tap menu for some excellent pairings. Don’t forget to stop by the patio on Wednesday nights, too, cause every Wednesday night is prime rib night, and they’ll be putting not one but two full prime ribs on their Argentinian Rotisserie, so join them on the patio!
Trails End Taphouse & Restaurant
511 Maple Avenue, Snohomish
Dining outside is comfy and cozy no matter what time of year it is at Trails End Taphouse & Restaurant, all thanks to their spacious, heated patio. Patrons here can enjoy their meals in a lavish outdoor seating area that provides a relaxed and casual atmosphere that is especially perfect when the weather is pleasant.
Soak up the sun in this al fresco setting and let them crack you open a cold one from one of their 28 taps that features a wide selection of craft beer and ciders. Pair your beverage with any of their delicious neo-American cuisine menu options featuring a Northwest twist your taste buds will never forget. Trail Ends is definitely the go-to spot for hand-crafted beer, wine, and food enthusiasts, so stop by and pull up a chair!
Cabbage Patch Restaurant
111 Avenue A, Snohomish
Don’t let the spooky stories associated with Cabbage Patch Restaurant scare you off from this fantastic dining experience with several amenities and a unique menu with home-style cooking and gourmet entrée options. Don’t forget dessert — they’re also famous for their scrumptious pies. The beloved dining spot has grown over the years since it first opened in 1975 and has tripled in size from its original 13 tables, with expansions including a Library Lounge, upstairs dining room, and quaint fireside lounge.
Alfresco enthusiasts will fall in love with their converted Garden Room that was once the building’s back porch. It can now accommodate up to 30 guests and features a magnificent window that will make you feel like you’ve entered an enchanted, flowery wonderland. If the Garden Room happens to be full during your visit, don’t fret — there are still plenty of outdoor dining spaces on the front patio of the Cabbage Patch as well.
101 Union Avenue, Snohomish
If you find yourself in need of a sweet treat after a fun day of outdoor adventuring, then you can’t go wrong with a visit to the one and only Snohomish Bakery. The delicious bakery at the heart of downtown was voted the best bakery in Snohomish County by voters of the Everett Herald in 2022. For 18 years, they’ve offered it all with the help of their bakery, café, restaurant and bar. The result is a savory, sweet menu featuring soups, sandwiches, salads, a few breakfast essentials, and wake-up-worthy coffee.
Of course, the real treat here is their fantastic assortment of handmade bread and pastries, with popular items on the menu being their authentic Jewish Rye and Pumpernickel. Those with a sweet tooth will also be delighted to find scones, cookies, muffins, sweet rolls and more. Just grab whatever sugary snack your heart desires and sit on the outside patio to enjoy all the yummy goodness they offer.
Sound to Summit Brewing
1830 Bickford Avenue Ste. 111, Snohomish
It’s always a good time to kick back, relax, and enjoy some pints on the patio at Sound to Summit Brewery. It’s all craft beer, craft food, and a one-of-a-kind craft experience at this local brewery. Whether you’re in the mood for traditional styles, seasonal brews, or unique experimental creations, their extensive taproom offers everything, from hop-forward IPAs to rich stouts and refreshing wheat beers. Their family-friendly taproom even provides an up-close view of the brewing area, so you can see how they make the beer magic happen.
Once you’ve picked your pint, head out to their spacious outdoor beer garden to soak up some sun while you cool off with your cold one in this perfect, laid-back atmosphere throughout the establishment. Pampered pooches are even invited to join their human companions on this covered and heated porch, so be sure to bring them with you so they can enjoy some outdoor dining fun too.
Devouring delicious food in a stunning outdoor setting is one of the most enjoyable dining experiences in Snohomish County during the long, warm summer days, and these restaurants couldn’t agree more! Their patios are already open, so hurry up and stop by to take advantage of eating in the sunshine before winter arrives and forces us all inside once again.