Lombardi’s Marks 30 Years – Brings Back Garlic Guessing

September 20, 2017


While they’ve been in Everett for 19 years, Lombardi’s Italian Restaurant and Wine Bar has been a Northwest favorite nearly twice that long. This fall owner Diane Symms, her daughter Kerri Lonergan-Dreke and the entire Lombardi’s family are commemorating 30 years of “Good Friends, Great Food, Stellar Cellar”, check out their video…


You have until the end of the month to give your garlic guess.

Lombardi’s is also bringing back another favorite from the past.

Now through September 30th properly guess the number of garlic gloves stuffed in a jar and you could win a $100.00 gift certificate and a stay at the downtown Everett Mariott.

Second prize is a $25.00 Lombardi’s gift certificate.

Lombardi’s is also going back to the past with a special Fall Seasonal Dinner Menu. “Diane and I are extremely grateful for the loyal Lombardi’s fan base over the past 30 years. We also appreciate that our restaurants have had a hand in making memories for many of our guests. From birthday celebrations, graduations, marriage proposals, & wedding rehearsal dinners, Lombardi’s has had a meaningful impact in the lives of many,” Kerri Lonergan-Dreke, Proprietor/VP. Cheers to 30 more!


Lombardi’s has been on the Everett waterfront for 19 years.

Finally, to celebrate their third decade of great food and good company, Lombardi’s presents two Chef Wine Pairing Dinners featuring Carpineto Winery, located in Tuscany.

The first dinner will take place at the restaurant’s Everett Marina location on Thursday, September 21 at 6:30pm.

The second dinner will take place at the Mill Creek/Bothell location on Saturday, September 23rd at 6:30pm.

These dinners will feature fabulous wines from Tuscany, expertly paired with a four-course meal and dessert. Tickets are $89. (all inclusive) To purchase tickets, visit, www.lombardisitalian.com.


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