Made in Everett

A barista pours coffee at Narrative Coffee

Everett is a city of makers, and innovators. Part of the beauty of what Everett has to offers lies in the beauty of the things these entrepreneurs have contributed to their city. Made in Everett was created to highlight the makers and innovators of Everett through showcasing what they have brought to Everett.

  1. K Fresh: adding some sizzle and pop to Everett’s food scene with access for all diets

    Having eaten a vegan and gluten-free diet, Miranda Lewis knew that the options for dietary restrictions were limited. When she had the opportunity to invest, she chose to give Everett what it so sorely needed: healthy and delicious options for all diets. Read on...
  2. Despi Delite: sweetening the Everett dessert scene with unique creations

    The unique and whimsical donut creations Despi Delite’s customers have become accustomed to are part of the creative heart and soul of Christian Despi. The diversity in their donut selection is something the Despi family in Everett is very proud to host. Read on...
  3. Los Tamaahles: spicing up Everett’s food scene with Latin culture

    Traditional and vegan tamales? Bring them on! Made traditionally, Hugo Carranza and his wife prepare all the tamales for Los Tamaahles, with each round of tamales taking eight hours to prepare. Read on...
  4. Petite Sweet Bakery: honoring a natural philosophy for food

    Together, Sherie Rzeczkowski and her husband Joe guide Petite Sweet Bakery through their personal philosophy for food: real food, made fresh, in-house. To honor their philosophy of food, Rzeczkowski commits to being at Petite Sweet seven days a week. Read on...
  5. Elpis and Wood: from cast-offs to custom pieces

    Elpis and Wood humbly began in Blake Paine’s 600 square-foot garage in Marysville in 2011, making use of a few hundred dollars worth of equipment purchased from pawn shops. Three years later Elpis and Wood moved to Everett where it has resided since. Read on...
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