Avocados

★★★★☆
  • 10822 Evergreen Way

    Everett, WA 98204

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  • 425-322-5690

About Avocados

Hours
Wed: 10:30am-11pm, Sun: 10:30am-11pm, Thu-Sat: 10:30am-11pm, 10:30am-2am

Food

Food
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My husband and I just returned from Avocados this evening. We arrived around 4:30pm for an early dinner. We were served chips & salsa immediately after sitting down. Our drinks (Mac & Jacks draft and a plain marguerita) arrived very

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My husband and I just returned from Avocados this evening. We arrived around 4:30pm for an early dinner. We were served chips & salsa immediately after sitting down. Our drinks (Mac & Jacks draft and a plain marguerita) arrived very

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As Mexican Restaurants go this far up in North America, the food is excellent. I've had the Shrimp Poblano twice now and the flavor of the shrimp is superb.
However, This time I had the Seafood Burrito instead of having the Fajita's my wife ordered. I was afraid the Fajitas would turn out like so many other Mexican Restaurants, but I was wrong. The amount of Oil in the Skillet was very minimal if not non exeistant and the salt content was minimal as well which allowed the flavor of the food to stand on its own. The Crab in my Burrito was real for sure and the cream sauce was light and nicely seasoned much like the cream sauce on the Shrimp Poblano dish.
The Service is superb. It's not stuffy, pretentious or over done. It's simply just right. The Hostess recommended sitting nearer the Bar area for a quieter dinner. In the course of dinner we heard why: There was a fussy youngster in the main part of the restaurant. She did that very tactfully. Seconds after our waitor went to another table to deliver a birthday cheer, another waitress saw we put the Menu's down and took our order promptly seeing the obvious: We were ready to place our order. The Owner/Manager (not sure if he's both or not) has greeted us personally everytime. My wife is on crutches and he even moved tables and chairs to accomodate us in a personal and friendly manner as if he'd known us for years. I got to tell him that Avocados is not a typical restaurant. Anyone can put Sysco out of a can on a plate and serve it up. It's easy to go with the flow and follow the formula of the norm. It's much harder to carve a notch for yourself with creativity. They are doing just that and have established our dedication as customers for years to come. I highly recommend this place to anyone that wants a casual dining experience in a lovely decor where the extra mile is gone to ensure not just another cookie cutter meal but an experience that just makes you feel comfortable and welcomed as an important person; not just another customer.

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★★★★☆

As Mexican Restaurants go this far up in North America, the food is excellent. I've had the Shrimp Poblano twice now and the flavor of the shrimp is superb.
However, This time I had the Seafood Burrito instead of having the Fajita's my wife ordered. I was afraid the Fajitas would turn out like so many other Mexican Restaurants, but I was wrong. The amount of Oil in the Skillet was very minimal if not non exeistant and the salt content was minimal as well which allowed the flavor of the food to stand on its own. The Crab in my Burrito was real for sure and the cream sauce was light and nicely seasoned much like the cream sauce on the Shrimp Poblano dish.
The Service is superb. It's not stuffy, pretentious or over done. It's simply just right. The Hostess recommended sitting nearer the Bar area for a quieter dinner. In the course of dinner we heard why: There was a fussy youngster in the main part of the restaurant. She did that very tactfully. Seconds after our waitor went to another table to deliver a birthday cheer, another waitress saw we put the Menu's down and took our order promptly seeing the obvious: We were ready to place our order. The Owner/Manager (not sure if he's both or not) has greeted us personally everytime. My wife is on crutches and he even moved tables and chairs to accomodate us in a personal and friendly manner as if he'd known us for years. I got to tell him that Avocados is not a typical restaurant. Anyone can put Sysco out of a can on a plate and serve it up. It's easy to go with the flow and follow the formula of the norm. It's much harder to carve a notch for yourself with creativity. They are doing just that and have established our dedication as customers for years to come. I highly recommend this place to anyone that wants a casual dining experience in a lovely decor where the extra mile is gone to ensure not just another cookie cutter meal but an experience that just makes you feel comfortable and welcomed as an important person; not just another customer.

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We noticed there was a new guy was in town and decided to find out if they could measure up to our favorite Mexican restaurant located in downtown Everett. When we arrived around 7 p.m. on a weekend, parking lot was near full and contained a few high-end family cars. We walked in, interior lacked Mexican decor but had very nice natural wood paneling and foliage. Looked around, saw many stereotypical families with children. Staff appeared to be 100% Hispanic, and, overall, first impression was very, very good.

We were seated in a booth and provided a high-chair for our little one but were unable to strap him in because the plastic attachment was broken. We were approached by 2 waitstaff, provided drinks, and quickly advised all other highchairs were in use. Our order was taken promptly, steak was specified medium-rare, waitress said, "ok, medium" but we didn't press it because we assumed she had it. The menu left off guacamole as an ingredient on one of the burrito dishes which at the time we didn't know. Our toddler son was so hungry waiting he ate all the bean dip. We began to wonder if they forgot us.

They didn't notice our table had no flatware and we had to request them. When the food finally came, the steak was cooked wrong (medium) and our other dish contained guacamole which we didn't know and we had to return it and have it remade without it. We didn't replace the steak or complain about it, and when we received the remade burrito dish this time it had no olives, and we asked for a small dish of olives to replace the ones they removed.

The burrito dish to me seemed overly salty and mediocre in flavor. The bean dip seemed to have way to much garlic flavor in it. Overall the flavor of all the food was very mediocre and really not that great. Since the pleasantness of the employees was pretty good and the service was mediocre (and at times terrible), we decided that we would never return and probably would not recommend this place to anyone.

If you were wondering, El Paraiso on Colby & California is our favorite and so far no one has ever surpassed them. Cheers.

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★☆☆☆☆

We noticed there was a new guy was in town and decided to find out if they could measure up to our favorite Mexican restaurant located in downtown Everett. When we arrived around 7 p.m. on a weekend, parking lot was near full and contained a few high-end family cars. We walked in, interior lacked Mexican decor but had very nice natural wood paneling and foliage. Looked around, saw many stereotypical families with children. Staff appeared to be 100% Hispanic, and, overall, first impression was very, very good.

We were seated in a booth and provided a high-chair for our little one but were unable to strap him in because the plastic attachment was broken. We were approached by 2 waitstaff, provided drinks, and quickly advised all other highchairs were in use. Our order was taken promptly, steak was specified medium-rare, waitress said, "ok, medium" but we didn't press it because we assumed she had it. The menu left off guacamole as an ingredient on one of the burrito dishes which at the time we didn't know. Our toddler son was so hungry waiting he ate all the bean dip. We began to wonder if they forgot us.

They didn't notice our table had no flatware and we had to request them. When the food finally came, the steak was cooked wrong (medium) and our other dish contained guacamole which we didn't know and we had to return it and have it remade without it. We didn't replace the steak or complain about it, and when we received the remade burrito dish this time it had no olives, and we asked for a small dish of olives to replace the ones they removed.

The burrito dish to me seemed overly salty and mediocre in flavor. The bean dip seemed to have way to much garlic flavor in it. Overall the flavor of all the food was very mediocre and really not that great. Since the pleasantness of the employees was pretty good and the service was mediocre (and at times terrible), we decided that we would never return and probably would not recommend this place to anyone.

If you were wondering, El Paraiso on Colby & California is our favorite and so far no one has ever surpassed them. Cheers.

Pros: Friendly

Cons: Poor service, Mediocre Food

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Had a great time. The food was excellent. There was even a hamburger on the menu for my son who does not care for mexican. He loved it! The sweet potato fries he had were very good. The food was well prepared and the wait staff very attentive.

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★★★★☆

Had a great time. The food was excellent. There was even a hamburger on the menu for my son who does not care for mexican. He loved it! The sweet potato fries he had were very good. The food was well prepared and the wait staff very attentive.

Pros: Very fresh

Cons: None

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Restaurant recently opened on evergreen way in a location that was formerly a ski shop. Its very nice inside and has a beautiful bar area and patio. Patio is a great place to spend a sunny afterwork happy hour if you can block out the noise of the Hwy. No avocado margaritas though. Gaucamole samplers are listed on the menu, with 4 varieties to chose from including a chipolte and one containing bacon. Chips come with salsa and bean dip which is always a nice touch. Rice and beans are pretty good. Dessert includes an avocado and lime cheesecake. Still in the new stages so happy hour menus are not made up yet, but 2.50$ beer is hard to beat. Appetizers 2$ off.

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★★★☆☆

Restaurant recently opened on evergreen way in a location that was formerly a ski shop. Its very nice inside and has a beautiful bar area and patio. Patio is a great place to spend a sunny afterwork happy hour if you can block out the noise of the Hwy. No avocado margaritas though. Gaucamole samplers are listed on the menu, with 4 varieties to chose from including a chipolte and one containing bacon. Chips come with salsa and bean dip which is always a nice touch. Rice and beans are pretty good. Dessert includes an avocado and lime cheesecake. Still in the new stages so happy hour menus are not made up yet, but 2.50$ beer is hard to beat. Appetizers 2$ off.

Pros: patio, large restaurant

 

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