If vibrant, natural beauty is the soul of Snohomish County, then small businesses are the heart. The pandemic has impacted all our businesses and, in particular, SnoCo’s women and minority-owned businesses.
Show your support by safely and regularly supporting women, veteran, and BIPOC-owned businesses that help make this community strong and diverse. You won’t be disappointed when you visit these local spots (find more minority-owned small businesses in SnoCo on Intentionalist).
If you want to:
Treat your skin to luxury
Pamper yourself at Lynnwood’s London Lounge with skincare treatment from expert owner Bri Kraft. Want a friend to have the same high-end experience? Purchase a gift card!
Tantalize your tastebuds
Head over to RiceUp Thai Cuisine in Lake Stevens for authentic Thai dishes prepared safely and with love. Make sure you return in the summer for their seasonal signature mango sticky rice dessert – you’ll be stuck on it.
Look fresh for your next Zoom meeting
With two locations in Lynnwood and Everett, Gandy’s is more than your neighborhood barbershop. Their expert barbers offer the latest styles, creative looks, and flexible online booking.
Nosh on seasonal vegan dishes (with a view!)
Mukilteo’s Sage and Cinder offers views for days on its covered deck. If you want the vegan goods but can’t stay for the view, opt for pickup or delivery and take the goodness home.