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I will be meeting a finicky friend for dinner in Everett. Her criteria include: no Asian, no seafood, and inexpensive. I have received two recommendations, The Flying Pig and Buck's. Any thoughts on those two, or any other recommendations?

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Flying Pig
2929 Colby Ave, Everett, WA 98201

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  1. the majestic cafe is very good. and i'm pretty sure it meets your qualifications. and if the chocolate cake is available for dessert don't miss it. it's one of the best desserts i've ever had.

    1. In addition to what has already been mentioned, other options include Alligator Soul, Marimba, Prohibition Grille, Curry Bistro, Z's Burgers, Scuttlebutt, Bobby's Hawaiian, Lombardi's, Cafe Dijon, Anthony's Woodfire, and Depot Cafe and Smokehouse. If you had not excluded Asian, I would have recommended Terracotta Red and Thai Bistro.

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      Z's Burgers
      8307 Mukilteo Speedway, Mukilteo, WA 98275

      Depot Cafe and Smokehouse
      3201 McDougall Ave, Everett, WA 98201

      Prohibition Grille
      1414 Hewitt Ave, Everett, WA 98201

      Alligator Soul
      3121 Broadway, Everett, WA 98201

      Curry Bistro
      1907 Hewitt Ave, Everett, WA 98201

      Thai Bistro
      34817 Enchanted Pkwy S Ste K1-102, Federal Way, WA 98003

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      1. re: MillCreek

        Is Marimba the place kinda next door to Bobby's Hawaiian that does Central- and South American cuisine? If so, it is MARVELOUS.

        1. re: kaleokahu

          Yes, that is Marimba.

      2. I ended up at the Flying Pig. Good beer from Diamond Knot, but mediocre food.

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        Flying Pig
        2929 Colby Ave, Everett, WA 98201

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        1. re: JohnnyT

          I utter squeals of joy whenever a local emporium carries Diamond Knot Industrial Strength IPA. Ah, bliss.

        2. My wife and I just got back from visiting the circus and eating at Terracotta Red. Calamari, tangerine beef, sesame chicken and garlic noodles. All excellent as always.