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About Tulalip Bay at Tulalip Resort Casino
Tulalip Bay is an exceptional restaurant which features a warm inviting elegant atmosphere, impeccable service and a truly unique dining experience that will tantalize your senses as well as tempt your palate. The Tulalip Bay Restaurant are proud recipients of the prestigious 2008 Dirona Award, 2008 Washington Wine Award of Distinction and The Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for 2007. Our intimate private dining room is showcased by a hand crafted chandelier from world renowned artist Dale Chihuly and over 500 Northwest and International wine selections chosen by our own Sommelier Tom Thompson.
Marysville, WA 98271
Steakhouse, Italian, American
Hours of Operation:
Exit 200 off of I-5
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Located inside of the new 72 million dollar casino featuring Canoes Cabaret Night Club and Lounge.
Valet is free. Casino parking and public lot also available.
Private Party Facilities:
Sumptuous culinary artistry is impeccably presented in the most elegant of settings at Tulalip Bay. An open kitchen invites guests to feed their senses of sight and smell well before tasting sophisticated items that incorporate flavors of the islands with the finest Northwest ingredients.
Private Party Contact:
Matt Warren: (360) 716-1504
Banquet, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Tulalip Bay at Tulalip Resort Casino Ratings and Reviews
Service was outstanding. Very attentive but not hovering. Food was good but not great. Brussel sprouts were list as crispy so assumed they'd be nicely roasted. No, they weren't but were good anyway - just not great. Rack of lamb was good but not outstanding. Ambiance was relaxing and nice. Nice noise level so you could have a nice conversation! Still overall we would return if we're going to a concert or in the area (we don't gamble because of the smoke so we would be there for shopping or on our way back from somewhere).
The food and service was wonderful. However, there were four selections for a salad. My husband ordered one and was told that the salad was unavailable. I ordered an entree, only to be told that it was not available. The wine I selected was also unavailable. That part was disappointing.
We chose this restaurant after reading the write up in the Everett Herald. For the price point we were expecting more. The crab cake appetizer was not much crab. One person in our party had pork and it was very fatty and the fat portion was not completely cooked. Another ordered a lobster tail and was puzzled to receive it with a white sauce over it, which is not mentioned on the menu. Their beets did not come in for the roasted beet salad and the "Italian" replacement salad was over dressed. I am not a fan of truffle oil, which they use in their mash. The steaks ordered were cooked and tasted fine. Another person had the side shrimp with their steak and they were a bit rubbery and/or overcooked.
Used to go to Tulalip bay a lot. We recommend Tulalip Bay good back to their old menu, better than the new menu. Had the 24oz bone-in-ribeye. The bone was bigger than the steak and probably weighted more, disappointing. And the steak was not very tender. Also had chicken fettuccine, fettuccine pasta was good, chicken was dry and kind of tough. They need to improve, they are going backward!
I'm always pleased with the food at Tulalip Bay....and this was no exception. The service wasn't as sharp as past visits, but still good. When I made reservations I had mentioned this was for a birthday celebration, and when they called to confirm the reservations I let them know it was actually for two people. They asked for the names....which I gave to them. This created a little expectation that at some point someone would say "happy birthday" or something...but nothing special took place. Not sure why they asked?
Nice place to try. Enjoyed the staff, they were all top level. Food was good. My fresh pasta was a little overdone, but everything else was nice.
We did make the reservation ahead and noted that we would like a quiet corner and were celebrating a birthday, but neither was addressed.
Incredibly overpriced... $45 for three small raviolis is getting ridiculous. Then, the waiter tells us we can't use our membership card to get the discount when charging to the room. Since when? This place used to be excellent when Chef Dean Shanigawa was there but has gone downhill at a neck breaking speed.
We wont be back.
Service was phenomenal. We had made a reservation for 6:00pm and we showed up early and they sat us down right away. It was a perfect Mother's Day location. It can be spendy, but worth every dollar. Complimentary cheese, delicious croissant, a sorbet to cleanse your pallet, and a chocolate biscotti with chocolate sauce!. The steak and halibut are wonderful. Roger, our server, was amazing and he had great suggestions. Once they closed the doors, it was really quiet so we didn't have to listen to the slot machines, so that was an added bonus. Nothing to complain about here.
Having to navigate a long way through the crowded, noisy, very smoky casino with a few unsavory characters around was awful. Same problem to reach the restrooms from the restaurant. Casino noise enters the restaurant, but it's still quiet enough to be able to chat at the back. Food pretty good, though most things overly oily including the signature 'bread'. Amuse bouche was a chunk of parmesan, in oil, yuck. The Sorbet flavor was unusual to the point of being odd, but still refreshing. Meats over or under cooked for two of us, but flavorful. Desserts and espresso wonderful. it's debatable whether the good points outweigh the bad ones. The Chihuly chandelier was entrancing.
We just had a special combination birthday/anniversary dinner with my wife, brother and sister at Tulalip Bay and it certainly did NOT disappoint. We always have a great time, great food and a wonderful dining experience.
My only worry is that I'm hearing they will be closing in August for a 3 month remodel and I'm worried that after they reopen, that they may change the food, menu, etc... and it will lose the
"feel" that we have come to expect from TULALIP BAY. I hope they will retain all the great food, cuisine, atmosphere and staff that have made it such a great restaurant. If they change the looks and scheme, I have no problem. I just want to keep the experience at the same exceptional level.
I selected Tulalip Bay as the location for my proposal since it is one of my (now) fiancee's favorite restaurants. The food is excellent, the wine and drink list equally so, and the ambiance is beautiful. As always, the dinner entrees were superb - lobster tail ravioli and pancetta-wrapped halibut - and my special request for the proposal question written in chocolate was outstanding. The staff was very cooperative in my plan and congratulatory after the answer (yes) was given. I was extremely pleased with the attention to details and the personal touches. If I had to do it over, I would probably not select a Saturday night to avoid the casino crowd and the questionable attire of some diners at this fine food restaurant. I understand the rationale of relaxing dress standards because of the location and only wish some patrons had more sense of appropriate attire commensurate with the formality of the surroundings. That said, I was extremely pleased and grateful for the assistance afforded by the staff for the success of my surprise proposal and for the delicious and beautiful evening. This will be the site for our future anniversaries and other celebratory events.
It started off great. Only us and one other couple in the whole place. Had a couple of drinks and salad. Other couple left then they seated a party of 5 literally right next to us that was loud and crude. Horrible language. Ate our dinner and could not get out of there fast enough. Even our server was embarrassed.
The food was wonderful and our server was really nice but why would you put a loud and obviously drunk group next to a couple on a date. Stupid.
We go here all the time but the other night I don't know what it was but everything went wrong between appetizers not coming then my steak I asked for medium it came out well done then they remade it and ask if they can cut it so cooks faster and came out well done again. Lobster was a little overcooked. Service guy was very nice I have no problem with him but the Food Service wasn't the greatest and most of the time we come there it's always outstanding. They took off steak dinner for my wife's 8 ounce instead my 12 ounce. And for appetizer not coming no credit or anything. For me and my wife we spend 200+ everytime going here and I just feel it was a let down after waiting all week to eat there
Our main courses were outstanding. Steaks excellent as was the sides. Only issue was with appetizers. We ordered the oysters and we're told they were out. We then ordered the crab cakes. They were out of those also. So we skippe appetizers and went to salads, main course and desert.
I can not say enough good things about this restaurant. The food was amazing, theservice sublime. We started with the antipasto plate, and penn cove mussels. The antipasto had so many different flavors and I got to try a quail egg. The mussels had a smoky rich flavor that begged to be mopped up with bread. The steaks ere done to perfection and the sides were abundant. My only regret is that I didn't leave room for dessert. Small little touches, sorbet to cleanse the palette, and instead of a mint with the check every guest received a little bite of biscotti with a chocolate fondue cup.
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