News / Published on Jun 14, 2024

Swift Green Line Food Guide

Locally owned restaurants & cafes along Swift Green Line

A closeup of a Swift Green Line stop on a sunny, clear day.

Whether you’re taking a day trip or commuting home from work, there are a ton of amazing food options within a 10-minute walk of almost every station on Swift Green Line. Of course, there are chain and fast-food options, but we gathered some of our favorite locally owned spots and put together a Green Line food guide. Hop off at a station and try something new!

With Swift Green Line buses running every 12-20 minutes on weekdays and 20 minutes on weekends, it’s easy to take a quick (and tasty!) detour from your commute.

Don’t ride Swift Green Line? Check our our Swift Blue Line and Swift Orange Line food guides.

(All walk times are for are southbound stations. Walk times may vary.)



4th Ave W SB Station:

Tasty Curry4 min walk
Tasty Curry melds Indian cuisine with pizza to create one tasty slice. The butter chicken pizza is rich and delicious.

Cracken Coffee Roasters4 min walk
Specialty drinks, house-made cream top lattes, and pastries make this coffee spot the perfect place to grab a cup in the morning.

The storefront of SWEET RADISH.

You'll find SWEET RADISH tucked away in the back corner of a shopping center.

SWEET RADISH – 4 min walk
One of Everett’s best-kept secrets, SWEET RADISH’s chicken sandwiches are huge and packed with flavor. Pair one with their house-made triple berry lemonade.

Katya’s Bakery4 min walk
Eastern-European baked goods, both savory and sweet, highlight the menu at Katya’s. Try their cabbage rolls, savory crepes, or grab a whole scratch-made honey cake.

153rd St SE SB Station:

Mill Creek Town Center hosts a bunch of fantastic restaurants. Here’s just a small sample of our favorites!

Brooklyn Bros. Pizzeria3 min walk
Authentic New York-style pizza by the slice or whole pie. Pair a slice with a salad for a quick lunch or dinner on the way home.

Pizzas on display at Brooklyn Bros Pizzeria

Pizzas by the slice at Brooklyn Bros. Pizzeria.

Visible Coffee Roasters5 min walk
High-end coffee shop and roaster featuring seasonal drinks, gelato, and pastries. The affogato (gelato with an espresso shot poured over the top) is a great way to cool down and get caffeinated.

Bequest Coffee4 min walk
A favorite lunchtime coffee and sandwich location in the Mill Creek Town Center. Hop off the bus to grab a panini and homemade soup or an acai bowl

A display of pastries at Bequest Coffee.Tasty pastries at Bequest Coffee in Mill Creek Town Center.

Azul4 min walk
Pan-Latin cuisine open for lunch and dinner. The steak quesadilla and carne asada are some of the most popular dishes on the menu

Claypit4 min walk
Fresh baked naan, tandoori dishes, and a large veggie and vegan menu is served at this Mill Creek staple. Grab an order to go and be the envy of everyone on the bus.

180th St SE SB Station:

Ezell’s Famous Chicken3 min walk
Seattle-based chain offering fried chicken and southern fixin's. Get the mac n’ cheese with your combo and order an extra biscuit. You won’t regret it.

Three chicken tenders with a soft roll on a paper-lined tray. A cup of macaroni and cheese nearbyThree-piece tenders meal at Ezell's Famous Chicken.

Fusion India4 min walk
Indian cuisine served in a Bollywood-inspired restaurant. Everything here is served in an over-the-top fashion, including dry ice with your cocktails!

208th St SE SB Station:

Korea House1 min walk
Craving Korean food? Korea House is the spot for BBQ short ribs and a variety of soups and stews.

Canyon Park Park & Ride:

La Gloria Modern Mexican Bar7 min walk
High-end Mexican cuisine and a well-stocked bar await you at La Gloria. Decompress with tacos and tequila on the outdoor patio after work and then let us do the driving!



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Do you have a favorite dining spot along Swift Green Line that we missed? Let us know!