Buck’s American Cafe has been operating in the historic Swalwell building in Riverside Square since 1986. Built in the 1880’s the site was originally the home of one of the area’s first banks. Through the years it housed a variety of businesses including a haberdashery, and as rumor has it a speakeasy. The original Pines Tavern was located here and operated from the early 1940’s until the mid 1980’s. Remodeling for Buck’s was done with an eye to the future and respect for the past. Much of the building is original and upgrading was done to compliment the style of the era.
Our goal at Buck’s American Cafe is simple. We strive to offer our customers great food and friendly, prompt service at affordable prices in a comfortable atmosphere. We want your visit here to be enjoyable and by meeting our goals we are confident that we will see you again.
|Buck's really is a great place. It's very "Northwestern" and very friendly! The food takes a little while to make it to the table but it's SO incredible that it is WELL worth the wait! Very nice setting, romantic and comfortable! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! By A Yahoo! Contributor, 02/11/10 |
GREAT PLACE - Bucks American Cafe
My husband and I went here for the first time the other night before a hockey game in Everett and it was awesome. Great food and very friendly employees. The place was very comfortable and relaxing. We own a Bed and Breakfast in Granite Falls and we will tell all our guests about Bucks. We will be back... Michelle Halter Review online at Cybercoupons.com