Everett Community College's 5,600-squre-foot Parks Café features an airy cafeteria with large windows, an espresso stand, and seating for more than 300 to eat, study, and socialize. Parks Café is located on the Parks Student Union main floor.
The Parks Café is operated by Snohomish Bakery, which began as an artisan bakery in the historic district of Snohomish, WA in Jan 2006. Dedicated to the classic, European hand-made way of baking breads and pastries, they established themselves within their community as a landmark and a destination for many. By selling their products at farmers markets in Snohomish and King counties, the Snohomish Bakery was able to expand their reputation for quality. In fact, Snohomish Bakery was first introduced to the EvCC community at a small farmers market held on the campus in 2011. It was not an uncommon site to see the baskets of breads and pastries empty long before the market ended each week.
Snohomish Bakery is thrilled to be operating the café and catering services at EvCC. “We will provide our customers with quality products, food made from scratch with locally sourced ingredients, at a price affordable to everyone.”
Morning customers will enjoy fresh baked pastries, hot grab n’ go sandwiches, and dine-in breakfast classics like eggs, biscuits and gravy, and French toast. Lunch time will feature hot buffets and salad bar, handmade pizzas, made to order sandwiches, and favorites from the grill. And let's not forget desserts, all from scratch!
Snohomish Bakery at EvCC will also be operating the college’s catering services. Choices will include breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffet options, appetizer platters, box lunches, barbecue, and pizza. Online ordering and menus can be found here: https://www.restaurantcateringsystems.com/snohomishbakery
Snohomish Bakery is committed to providing EvCC students and staff with healthy options, sustainable choices, eco-friendly operations, and the freshest locally-sourced products. The café encourages recycling, provides compostable silverware and collects food waste for composting.