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Great Bar in Edmonds/Mukilteo area?

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girlwonder88 Oct 3, 2007 07:55 PM

Heading to the area this weekend (with no kids!), and my friend and I have promised ourselves a night of drinking, possibly dancing, snacking, a little flirtation-within a cab ride of her Edmonds/Mukilteo house. Any good recommendations? We like a place that isn't stiff or formal, music is nice, live music is great, good mixed drinks, not insanely expensive. No chain restaurants, please (not interested in partying at the Olive Garden). Help!

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  1. skisvalley RE: girlwonder88 Oct 3, 2007 08:53 PM

    I have no suggestions for you except be prepared to wait for the cab. Cabs in the north end can take quite a while.

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      mrnelso RE: girlwonder88 Oct 3, 2007 10:31 PM

      That's quite some cab ride...
      Edmonds and Mukilteo are kind of far apart. Which town is closer?

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        paulj RE: mrnelso Oct 4, 2007 09:20 AM

        There's no town between, so I suspect they border each other, with the possible exception of some unincorporated areas. If the house is half way between (say the Meadowdale area), then all of Lynnwood and south Everett are just as close as downtown Edmonds or Mukilteo. I suspect there are more bars on Hwy 99 than either downtown.

        paulj

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          skisvalley RE: paulj Oct 4, 2007 09:29 AM

          But would anyone really want to hang out at any of the bars on 99 between Edmonds and Mukilteo. Doesnt sound like the kind of evening they are looking for.

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        sheilacancun RE: girlwonder88 May 24, 2009 04:45 PM

        Diamond Knot down by the Mukilteo ferry is fun. Live music on Saturdays, little couches and lounges to hang out on. Peanut shells for a floor. (It's a brewery though... not sure if they are keen on mixed drinks. Ivar's next door is, and they have a great view and some great happy hour specials. Not much more than that.)

        Rory's Pub down by the Edmonds ferry is fun too. Not sure if they have live music or not. They would be more likely to have mixed drinks. They have a great view.

        Both are good times, casual, fun, nice crowd.

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