While Seattle may be known as coffee central, our quiet island community is also all about the java. Pegasus Coffee is just one of the many Bainbridge Island coffee shops worth stopping in for a latte and a sweet treat. The old vine-covered brick building is a popular gathering place for locals and visitors alike.
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Many visitors to our small island community are coming to celebrate, and there are a lot of wonderful restaurants on Bainbridge Island for dinners and events. Heyday Farm is a favorite destination dining opportunity—a historic and sustainable six-acre farm about ten minutes from the Bainbridge Island ferry. Heyday Farm is a fantastic place to visit
Just a quick 35-minute ferry ride from Seattle, you’ll find some of the best dining options in the Northwest. From farm-to-table menus and casual cafes to elegant seafood feasts and tasty pub grub, these Bainbridge Island Restaurants do not disappoint. As of late, many of the island’s long-time restaurants have changed ownership, which often brings
There are some fantastic Bainbridge Island Restaurants to check out for breakfast during your visit. You’ll find anything from casual cafes with counter service to full table service for multi-coursed morning meals. These Bainbridge Island restaurants all share a common goal of using the freshest ingredients, supporting local farmers and offering kind service to locals
One of the best things to do in Summer on Bainbridge Island is hit the famed Mora Ice Cream. The island is home to the original location of Mora Ice Cream, with two other sites on this side of the water in Poulsbo and Kingston. On a hot day, an ice-cold treat is mandatory, and
There’s no shortage of fantastic Bainbridge Island restaurants to choose from in the charming downtown area of Winslow. Better yet, these downtown restaurants and cafes are within walking distance of the ferry and our premier boutique hotel. The bounty of the northwest shines on the menus at these Bainbridge Island restaurants with fresh meats and
Bainbridge Islander’s are lucky enough to enjoy a healthy variety of restaurants without having to leave the Island. In fact, the island is home to what Eater Seattle has recently called Seattle’s #1 restaurant; Hitchcock by Chef Brendan McGill. Beyond that, Bainbridge Island boasts delicious restaurants like Restaurant Marché by Chef Greg Atkinson, Harbor Public House,