We know that you can’t ALWAYS drive up here to Bellingham when you’re in the mood for a Boundary Bay Brewery beer, so we’re highlighting other places where you can get a pint of BBAY and check out another cool, local business at the same time!
Alligator Soul has been proudly serving its N’awlins-style cuisine in Everett, Washington since 1995. Founded by the late Chef Hillary ‘Hilbo’ Craig, Alligator Soul is known for good grub and great people with the goal of giving folks a taste of true Southern hospitality. Owned by Rob and Sharyl Siegel, Alligator Soul continues the tradition of serving great Cajun and Creole food in the Northwest. They also have Boundary Bay Brewery beers on tap among their 18 taps of mostly local and regional beers!
On the lunch menu, you’ll find dishes like Fried Green Tomato Salad, Turtle Soup with Sherry, Gumbo, Po’Boy Sandwiches and Red Beans ‘n Rice. Or, for dinner, you can indulge in classic Southern dishes like Crawfish ‘n Grits, Beignets, Ham Hocks, Louisiana Alligator with roasted red pepper puree and chipotle dipping sauce, or Creole Onion Soup. Not to mention will-power busting desserts like Sweet Potato Pecan Pie , Turtle Brownies and Bread Pudding with Bourbon Sauce. They’ve got a kids menu too, for those 10 years old and under! Check out their full menu online.
You’ll find live music Thursday through Sunday every week, and with weekly specials like Endless Jambalaya on Mondays, Steak Night every Tuesday, Fish n’ Hushpuppies on Wednesdays, and BBQ n’ Blues every Thursday, you just can’t go wrong! They have a happy hour every day from 3-6pm and on Fridays and Saturdays, they do a second happy hour from 9pm to closing time. They are also available to cater your event!
Alligator Soul is located at 3121 Broadway in Everett, WA. You can also connect with them online through Facebook and Twitter.
Alligator Soul is now out of business. Rob and Sharyl Siegel did not give so much as a week’s notice, not even a day’s, here on 12/09/2010, gone on 12/10/2010. It is a tragedy that such a good idea with a powerful resource for dining and entertainment has been ruined by mismanagement, not the economy.