Fred’s Rivertown Alehouse

Fred'sTook a sunny February Sunday and made a little visit to our neighbor town to the south, Snohomish.  Looking for a lunch spot and just picked Fred’s from a multitude of choices, and what a lucky choice!  Nice pub-like atmosphere, family friendly, nice efficient staff and good prices.  What more could you want?

The place was 3/4 full at 1 in the afternoon but enough tables were available that we were seated immediately.  Drinks arrived in one minute, the food arrived 10 minutes later.

Snohomish is a great place to visit; you can return time and again and never see everything.  They claim 175 antique shops, but if you count all the stalls in the various Antique Malls the list tops 450! (200+ in Star Mall and 70+ at Antique Station in Victoria Village, alone.)

Fred’s Website.

Fred's in Snohomish1114 First Street
Snohomish, WA 98290


1114 First Street, Snohomish, WA 98290    360-568-5820

Dennis’til next time,
Dennis George
Highland Garden House B & B
501 E. Highland Ave.
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
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One Response to Fred’s Rivertown Alehouse

  1. Pingback: Antiquing in Snohomish | Highland Garden House B & B, 501 E. Highland Ave, Mount Vernon, WA 98273 (Skagit Valley/Skagit County/10 miles to La Conner)

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