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“Great Lunch Deli”
Review of Petite Sweet

Petite Sweet
Ranked #55 of 438 Restaurants in Everett
Price range: $2 - $15
Cuisines: Delicatessen, Healthy
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Dining options: Lunch, Takeout
Description: Sherie Rzeczkowski realized one of her life-long dreams with the February 2010 opening of Petite Sweet Bakery Since her first high school job, making bagels in her neighborhood bakery, Sherie has nurtured a love for baking and making people happy when then eat something delicious. Sherie was inspired by her Danish aunt, who continues to share her baking secrets. She also inherited her family's love for growing fresh fruits and vegetables; she also raises chickens for their fresh eggs. Joe Rzeczkowski usually may be found behind the counter making espresso drinks and taking lunch orders. He does his enthusiastic best to sell you not one but a dozen fresh-baked pastries or cookies.. Or else he is making a pot of Hungarian mushroom soup, creamy clam chowder or hearty beef stew." His first job, as a short-order cook with Fred Harvey Restaurants, taught him that travelers want three things: hot coffee, good food and fast, friendly service. Joe discovered the Pacific Northwest in 1972 while stationed
Reviewed May 18, 2013

It's not overpriced; high quality produce costs more. The salads and sandwiches are great. They bake their own breads, and also bake two or three different gluten free breads. The owners are so gracious. Go for the "Kelly Salad" it's not on the menu, but the owners have it saved for the cook. The cuban sandwich is also very good. They're open on Saturday, too. This is your best deli option in North Everett, for sure.

You order at the counter for eat in, or carry out. You can also call in your order and pick it up (they may deliver to local businesses).

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2  Thank km2232
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Reviewed April 26, 2013

Petite Sweet has taken over the space preiously inhabited by Pave, an Everett institution.
It was very hard to say goodbye to Pave after decades of great food, but I am happy to say that its successor, Petite Sweet, is making the loss of Pave more palatible. The new space is brighter and more open. The food selection continues to be very good and the quality is as good or better.
The staff are friendly and hard working. I have particularly enjoyed the raspberry danishes in the morning and my wife has loved every one of the soup and sandwich lunches she has tried. They have a large selection of items for lunch and in the backery and I look forward to trying many more of them. I have also appreciated the rotating artwork from different local artists that have graced their new walls. I am starting not to miss Pave.

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1  Thank yummyrib
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Reviewed January 25, 2013

I had the soup and sandwich; very good. I just think the prices are too high for soup and sandwich. If they were more reasonable I think there would be way more business.

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1  Thank Jacksonlovestoeat
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Reviewed January 18, 2013

Very friendly staff, best sandwiches, many choices on menu, great place for vegetarian options, tasty bakery items, and supportive of the community! Greek salad was outstanding. Hometown atmosphere and clean. I noticed that others commented on the lack of table service and couldn't understand what was wrong. It isn't a sit down restaurant; be alert folks and you would have figured this out.

Women are so hard to please! We have a successful business and all of our happy customers are the men and these words are coming from a woman who feels the world isn't fair to women. Now and then the best restaurants will have an accidental hair drop into food. Ladies, we are not living in a perfect world!

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Thank Karen J
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