Great view for sunsets the food is fairly good good appetizers price range is a little bit at the high end but nothing crazy staff service is excellent would recommend this restaurant
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Service was slow but they seemed to rush us once we were served. Sweeping under tables around us and such. Food was substandard to just OK.
We live about two miles from Arnie's, and it has been one of our go-to restaurants when we want to dine out. The Sunday brunches are great when we have out of town family with hungry kids to feed. We enjoy a casual lunch on...More
We stopped on our way back to Seattle and enjoyed an early dinner - the salmon in a beurre blanc caper sauce was fantastic as was the mixed grill (scallops, shrimp salmon). Our teenager tried the fisherman's platter (all deep fried goodness) and voted it...More
We came over by ferry to enjoy the Mulkilteo Lighthouse and decided we were ready for lunch and found Arnies and decided to stop in and we enjoyed the view and the meal was fantastic, and so was the service with a smile, so we...More
Two happy hours every day with discounted bar menu and drinks. We had the clam chowder, halibut & chips, mixed green salad--all had really great flavor and generous portions at happy hour pricing. Great value!!
First class environment, beautiful bar, with a beautiful view of the Sound. Great seafood, and reasonably priced.
After crossing on the ferry we chose to dine at Arnie's . I had high fives about Arnie's from my two golfing buddies . They were totally correct what a great place ! the views of the bay , the service ,the food and even...More
I ordered the Penn Cove mussels and the sauce was terrific. But the chef should be fired for letting a plate of mussels out of the kitchen when five of them had broken shells, and three of the hadn't opened. A third of my entree...More