Quality Inn & Suites
101 128th Street SE
Everett, WA 98208
Phone: (425) 609-4550
Fax: (425) 609-4555
101 128th Street SE , Everett, WA, US, 98208
- Phone: (425) 609-4550
- Fax: (425) 609-4555
With over 20 years in the business, Jimmy Z has created a place of its own among the leading nightclubs in Pacific Northwest. Live music fans are in for a treat here, as the club welcomes local bands to perform at the club and showcase their talent. Jimmy Z is much more than a regular bar, what with the vast dance floor and a capacity of over 500 people. Metal maniacs and hard rock fans are sure to love this place as the club specializes in rock music and features live bands five times a week. Famous for its pizzas as well, Jimmy Z gives you the ultimate party experience.
For many years this has been a reliable place to catch stars on their way up, their way down, in their twilight years or when they just agree to play the venue. Ray Charles, B.B. King and Blue Oyster Cult have all played here. There is a full bar and a dance floor, but this is also a sports bar. And because it is just across the Seattle city limit line, it is now a casino with blackjack, progressive blackjack and Chinese poker.
Waldo's is a premier live music venue. It offers live music, a DJ & more, 10,000 watts of pro sound, 9 plasma televisions, a full service kitchen from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., 5 pool tables, 3 electronic dart boards, video games, VIP area, 14 beers on tap, weekday lunch specials, daily drink specials, and foosball & ping pong. Waldo's is available for private parties.
One of the few joints in Seattle where a true country-and-western lover can stomp his boots or twirl her skirt, this place has been a regular haunt for 45 years. Featuring a wide array of local bands and weekly country karaoke nights, the Hen offers something for every C&W fan. It also has some of the tastiest Chicken-Fried Steak around. The bar is boisterous and playful, the bartenders friendly and generous. There are line dancing classes every Saturday night and lots of friendly regulars dying to pass on their skills.
This place has two faces and they blend magnificently. By day it's a sunny cafe specializing in complicated and delicious egg dishes. By night, it becomes a smoky lounge showcasing local jazz bands and serving shots. The supremely comfortable joint caters to university students who make up the majority of its clientèle. The lounge features live music five nights a week. Go for a show and come back the next morning for breakfast.
Namesake Mona Lisa might find much to smile about here. This enchanting spot manages to combine elegant service and great food with a convivial atmosphere. This place is recommended for romantic occasions. The dusky lighting and unimposing music encourage warm conversation. The menu changes often, but you can expect favorites like steamed shellfish, prime-grade steaks and intriguing salads. There is a full bar in the adjacent dining room, with a tapas menu.
A music lovers haven, the Lucid Jazz Lounge is one place where you can party with a difference. No crazy audiences or even mad rush for the dance floor, but a serene and elegant atmosphere where you can loose yourself in the world of music with jazz or blues being played in the background. The place holds live concerts most days of the week and is renowned for inviting well know singers for the performances. They have a variety of unique drinks on offer which are a must try. The staff is well mannered and promptly serves the orders. All in all if are bored of dance parties and want a night out with some difference, Lucid Jazz Lounge is the place. To know more check out the website.
One of Seattle's best places for brunch, this cafe serves remarkable Breakfast Burritos, Potatoes O'Brien and Orange French Toast. The portions are plentiful, the prices reasonable, the room sunny, and of course, the lines legendary. In addition to its excellent breakfasts, it boasts a killer Strawberry Shortcake and a live jazz pianist from 7p-10p every Thursday, Friday and Saturday. So bring the kids, grab a paper, put your name in and wander through Wide World Books and Maps next door before treating yourself to a fresh, delicious meal.
Sunset Tavern is a very exciting place to be in. This bar and nightclub always has something or the other going on every week. For instance, they have an audio album launch or the 'Drums and Tuba' rock band performing or the Thee Emergency Concert week after week. Theres live foot tapping music; moreover, you might also stand a chance to learn a perform a karaoke with a band performing live. The decor gives an Asian touch and the staff is very efficient and friendly. Head to Sunset Tavern if you want to unwind after a busy day and catch a glimpse of your favorite rock bands.
Situated at the back of the Thaiku restaurant Fu Kun Wu is an eatery, which serves delicious Thai cuisine along with an array of drinks. Carved teak wood furniture and soft lighting lend a relaxed feel to the atmosphere and encourage you to indulge in a drink before the meal. Try one of the herbal cocktails or the martini with Oolong tea – it is a favorite among the patrons. And if you are in the mood to get into the mood, then go for Yohito – it is sure to stimulate just the right nerve!
Tractor Tavern is a down and dirty home for blues, foot-stomping rock, country, bluegrass, folk and Celtic music. If it's twangy, it's here. Shows blare into the street nearly every night of the week, and the space fills up faster than you might expect. A full bar is also available.
Grab a Guinness and a chair and sit back against the warm brick walls of this engaging Irish pub to enjoy the scene. There is a long, mirrored bar and the main floor is full of calm regulars and boisterous Irish-music enthusiasts. Open fiddling and dancing nights, as well as local bands including house band the Suffering Gaels, fill up the weekly schedule. Those looking for low-impact exercise can play pool or throw darts.