Oroweat Entenmann’s

1347 State Ave
Marysville, 98270
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Great place to get cheap bread! The high fiber bread I like runs $4.69 everywhere, but is half that here. All Oroweat breads are here as well as bagels, English muffins, Boboli crusts, buns, doughnuts, and other assorted goodies. They offer a punch card and every day of the week has a special. Monday's are double stamp! My last trip I got 4 English muffins, 6 bagels, and 10 loaves of bread for $23. Stellar deal! I really like that they have quality standards even at an outlet. One loaf I got was past expiration and didn't see it. She saw right away and switched it out. They always work to give me the best deal. I'm a fan for sure.

(360) 657-4409

Bakeries

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Hidden Vine Wine Bar

17317 27th Ave NE
Marysville, 98271
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(425) 422-0155

Wine Bars, Tapas/Small Plates

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Home Plate Pub

9317 State Ave,Ste B
Marysville, 98270
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(360) 653-9308

Gastropubs, American (New), Sports Bars

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Chan Thai Restaurant

11605 State Ave,Ste 105
Marysville, 98271
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(360) 386-9787

Thai

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Starbucks

3701B 88th St NE
Marysville, 98270
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(360) 657-4339

Coffee & Tea

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Jamba Juice

17101 27th Ave. NE, Ste. B107
Marysville, 98271
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Very good employees and pretty good stuff.
I have changed up from a coffee stop in the morning for a Jamba Juice stop. The location is excellent & the service is great. Jamba Juice is always adding new drinks with vegetables (kale) & fruit + boosters.

(360) 652-2083

Juice Bars & Smoothies

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The Living Room Coffee House

1212 State Ave,Ste D
Marysville, 98270
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(360) 658-8646

Cafes, Coffee & Tea

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Sunny Teriyaki

3719 88th St NE
Marysville, 98270
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(360) 657-7272

Japanese, Korean

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Miyako’s Teriyaki & Wok

16414 Twin Lakes Ave
Marysville, 98271
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(360) 654-1920

Asian Fusion

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Nomz Diner

9414 State Ave,Ste B
Marysville, 98270
Reviews:
Skip IHOP and Denny's and venture here for breakfast. I will say that the name of this establishment had me worried, as if they were trying to be trendy by using "nomz", but do not let that deter you. +1 For the quick and attentive service +1 For the laughs we had with the waitress +1 For the food and portion size +1 For the fact my pancakes smelled like CAKE +1 For the various movie posters up on the wall Appetizer: Not applicable Main Entree: Pancake Meal with a side of hash-browns (me), Breakfast Burger with fries and awesome sauce (bro #1), and the Massive Meal #2 (bro #2) Beverages: Iced tea, orange juice, and Sprite Their pancakes are other-worldly. They are easily sweet enough where you have the option of eating them solely as-is. I, of course, drown my pancakes in butter and syrup; the right way to eat them. The edges have a crispier edge providing a different texture to just the usual fluffy variety. Here, you get everything: the fluff, the slight crunch, the sweetness. Combine that with some hash-browns and eggs and it is a unity like no other. I think a lot of healthy-minded people come here for a breakfast and then are appalled when their food is greasy. This is not a hipster, whole-food organic spot. No, this is the kind of food you eat when trying to nurse a hangover and your mum or dad is trying to make you feel better. Or when having a lovely brunch with the family, like me. Nomz definitely has the diner vibe, only diner gals can call me sweetheart without getting a dark look from me. I have tried multitudes of restaurants in the area and Nomz Diner ranks the top for Marysville, especially for a family-owned and operated restaurant.
Unfortunately my friend and I had a pretty bad experience. We were seated after a ten minute wait. No problem. We watched while other people waiting were seated, we were served coffee and tea. The server had to be asked to bring cream. That is forgiveble. After a bit I noticed my tea was not steeping. I tested the water and it was just barely lukewarm. Usually a good diner knows how to make tea. I was beginning to get a bad feeling about this. Then we noticed the people seated after us were getting their orders taken, I managed to get a waitress, she said we had to wait till it was our turn. I pointed out we were seated well before the other two tables, she was very snotty when she said her manager said they were first. Then told us it would be a VERY long wait before the kitchen prepared our food. We took the hint and left. I am really puzzled about this. We did nothing wrong, we were polite yet treated very poorly. The reviews were mostly good. Not sure what give here, maybe they only want to serve locals.
On occasion I frequent this restaurant until this morning. I will decide to go elsewhere to eat. In the kitchen they should cover their hair when preparing meals. I saw a long dark colored hair in my food. Definitely not edible :/

(360) 657-0855

Diners, American (New)

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