20+ Comfort Foods To Enjoy This Fall

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What’s the best type of food to mix with a rainy, snowy, or overcast day? Comfort food! Our yummy  dining guide is here to bring you some of the very best comfort food in the Great Northwest. Let's eat!

  • 20+ Comfort Foods To Enjoy This Fall

    Cheesy comfort food at its best! Sink your teeth into a meat-filled Baked Ravioli with sauce and cheese at Cascade Pizza! Come try it today for lunch or dinner!

  • 20+ Comfort Foods To Enjoy This Fall

    These Polish Meatloaf Muffins from Anelia's Kitchen and Stage are the perfect comfort dish you didn't even know you needed. Topped with gravy and served with smashed potatoes, out-of-this-world smoked cabbage, and house roasted beets.

  • 20+ Comfort Foods To Enjoy This Fall

    Indulge yourself with the Hungarian Mushroom Soup at Anelia's Kitchen And Stage! It is a creamy dill paprika soup with cremini mushrooms!

  • 20+ Comfort Foods To Enjoy This Fall

    La Conner’s claim to fame - La Conner Seafood’s house fettuccine perfectly balances the richness of a garlic cream sauce with succulent, sweet Dungeness Crab, plump bay shrimp and spinach. Stop in and order a plate

  • 20+ Comfort Foods To Enjoy This Fall
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    This zesty, creamy dip is the life of any party! Served hot and bubbly with artichoke hearts, spinach, and cheese. Garlic toast rounds for dipping!

  • 20+ Comfort Foods To Enjoy This Fall
  • 20+ Comfort Foods To Enjoy This Fall

    You may need a bigger plate! COA's enormous burrito is stuffed to the brim with your choice of slow roasted pork or beef, chicken tinga or grilled veggies. Served with rice & beans, grilled mango pico de gallo, primeton (red pepper) crema & covered in mole sauce!

    No time to dine-in? Order the Burrito Loco from COA to go! Warning: May take two hands to carry.

  • 20+ Comfort Foods To Enjoy This Fall

    Encore Restaurant knows good things can't be rushed. Their decadent Braised Short Ribs are cooked slowly in Marsala wine and a rich demi-glace that takes three days to finish. The result is a melt-in-your-mouth entree. Complemented with creamy, whipped potatoes and seasonal vegetables, you'll want to take your time enjoying it!

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