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Coisas para fazer em Snohomish

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Point of Interest
“Antique shops and charming boutiques mixed in with restaurants and tasting rooms line this charming main street which is usually bustling with pedestrians. Fun activities happen year round: wine walks, zombie walks, trick or treating, Christmas tree lighting -- downtown Snohomish is a must-visit!”
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Restaurante Mexicano
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“Great food, great atmosphere in the heart of old downtown. In the summer try dining outside on the covered patio while you gaze out at the Snohomish River.”
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Bar
“A wonderful selections of brews and wine. Great good! Try the Asian Nachos! Yummy! Located in historic downtown Snohomish and wonderful antique shopping!”
5 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante de fish & chips
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“Great seafood! My fav is the crab melt sandwich & crab or shrimp Louie salad. Best outdoor seating on warm weekdays (it's located on busy corner so it can be noisy outside certain times of day).”
4 moradores locais recomendam
Amusement Park
“People tell me it’s crazy to jump out of a plane; I say “Sure, crazy like a Flying Fox!” Try a tandem jump for the thrill of your life!”
5 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante Tailandês
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“Fantastic pumpkin curry is worth the short drive into quaint downtown Snohomish.”
4 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante
“Variety of choices, including vegan/vegetarian options. In picturesque downtown Snohomish.”
5 moradores locais recomendam
Loja de Bebidas
“Trail's End gets its name from the Centennial Trail, a trail popular with walkers and bikers that extends from Snohomish to the Skagit County line. This popular place serves a variety of delicious menu items (Try the Dungeness Crab Mac 'n Cheese) and offers lots of fantastic brews and ciders on tap.”
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Restaurante
“So quint, with amazing authentic food. some outdoor seating overlooks Snohomish River.”
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Comida
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Route
“You've got to walk down First Street if you get the chance! The little boutiques and shops take you back in time. There are new shops and old shops filled with antiques! You can find some great items even just to browse through. Top off the day with some live music in one of the taverns along First.”
2 moradores locais recomendam
Café
“ Proper Joe Coffeehouse is a favorite place in Snohomish. The owners are from Snohomish and roast their own beans! It is not only amazing coffee, but cozy and inviting. They have a large area downstairs for groups or sit in the main area and enjoy a living room feel. ”
2 moradores locais recomendam
Store
“Also locally owned, this shop is fun to explore and good prices. Kimberly, the owner is always cheerful and helpful!”
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Route
“Antique shops and boutiques line First Street. Take a stroll and shop along the way; visit the river trail and take a nature walk; stop to eat at your choice of numerous restaurants and bakeries. Keep your eye out for the tasting rooms. If you're lucky, you'll be in town for one of the scheduled Wine Walks (buy tickets online).”
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Padaria
“The Snohomish Bakery. About a 15 minute drive. Wonderful place to have breakfast located in the quaint town of Snohomish. The town is a great place to walk around and see many antique and specialty shops. ”
9 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante Americano
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“If you're in the mood for a little fancier fare, try The Repp in quaint downtown Snohomish. We've had many delicious meals here. If we're lucky, we score the front window booth where we can watch passers-by. One of the best places to spend Halloween if you want to watch the kids parade by in their costumes!”
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