Cafe Wylde

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 4 reviews )

2918 Hoyt Ave, Everett, Washington, USA, 98201

Est. spring 2016 serving vegan food, juices, desserts, smoothies, and herbal elixirs. The owners previously operated Ringing Cedar Tea Tavern in Lake Stevens (now closed). Open Tue-Fri 9:00am-3:00pm, Tue-Fri 5:00pm-8:00pm, Sat 10:00am-8:00pm, Sun 10:00am-5:00pm.

Category: Vegan, American, Juice bar, Take-out, Fusion

Reviews (4)

First Review by MarkRoberts

Passing Through - Edit

Stopped here at 9:30 am looking for vegan food and they had a great menu from smoothie to lunch and dessert. We had the BBQ sandwich and chili. The chili was really good but the BBQ jackfruit sandwich was amazing. Ended with a chocolate chip cookie and loved every bit of it. The restaurant was clean, bright and very friendly. Will stop again when passing through.

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I love this place! - Edit

Just discovered this organic, vegan restaurant! I had the jackfruit tacos with peach habanero sauce and they were absolutely delicious! For dessert, we had an awesome raspberry mousse pie! I will be a regular customer from now on!

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Everett, it's getting better — With jackfruit! - Edit

FKA Ringing Cedar Tea Tavern (in Lake Stevens) has reopened as Cafe Wylde,, in Everett at 2918 Hoyt Ave., Everett Wash., 98201 across from the Schack Art Center in a very nice light space (it was mostly recently home to Oh, Sweet! chocolate shop). It's so nice to have a delicious, mostly vegan (some honey and bee pollen) option North of Seattle.

What they do with jack fruit! This was a new, surprising taste delight. Great texture and spicy. The corn tortilla tacos both Korean BBQ style and with a habanero creme and cashew creme sauce were delightful and satisfying. I also enjoyed the jackfruit burrito and pesto pasta with zucchini and kelp noodles.

They also make wonderful juices and smoothies and raw cheesecake desserts. It's a wonderful heavy on the fruits and veggies option.

Here's a nice review in the local newspaper from the prior location: Get healthy at vegan cafe in Lake Stevens

Make this your on your way to north end animal sanctuaries like New Moon Goat Sanctuary (Arlington), Pasados Safe Haven (Monroe) and Pigs Peace Sanctuary (Stanwood).

Pros: Jackfruit, Smoothies, Pretty, light space

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brilliant - Edit

Brand new cafe in Everett, and a sorely needed Vegan option. Nice decor, friendly service. Got drinks were top notch. Mocha, Hot Chocolate, and Chai latte (all with coconut, I believe) where all excellent. I'm the Mocha connoisseur, and it was among the best I've had. we split the Korean bbq jackfruit tacos: flavorful and fresh. My ex wife also reports having been here and said whatever she ate was in the top 10 things she's ever eaten. so that makes an even 4 thumbs up. I truly hope they make it. They are brand new and have that under utilized vibe. So if in doubt go, and keep them in business. Everett needs the veg options!

Pros: Vegan with the exception of honey in some drinks

Cons: not much in the bakery/dessert case. I hope this e

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