Posts filed under: Rest of Washington

Classic brew pub: Boundary Bay Brewery & Bistro. Visit on a Monday night if you can….it’s Irish and Folk night….live music in the park next door. Nothing like a beer and live Irish music as you down your food choice. It’s a bar so expect the usual food with multiple beers on tap and a......
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Delightful little spot: Farm to Table Bakery. A bit off the beaten path but worth a short drive off I5 or as another route to Bellingham since it’s just south of Chuckanut Drive. I’ve passed this place many times on my bicycle but never stopped in, until recently. It’s a small place with good baked......
Afternoon snack: Pane d’Amore. Heading back to Seattle from the Peninsula and no need to get on the ferry hungry. This place is a bit off the beaten tourist track down on the waterfront so, you’ll have to Google it to find it. It’s a place to grab something to go….a few seats outside are......
  • NetShed No. 9 Street View
Brunch: NetShed No. 9. We were visiting Gig Harbor…for the first time despite living here for almost 20 years! This place sounded interesting…..and the space and views can’t be beat. What’s a netshed? This town was originally a fishing village and it’s where the nets were stored. They dot the harbor and this one has......
  • Heritage Distilling Street View
After brunch drinks: Heritage Distilling Co. They have several tasting room locations and this is their waterfront location in the downtown area. We visited during the Maritime Gig Festival so our choices were limited but what we tried was good. I’ll update the experience once we try our to go sampler of mini bottles…..convenient by......
Needed some Jo: Coffee Shack Co. Located just off exit 221 near Mount Vernon, it was a good place to stop…for gas…and some coffee on our way to Vancouver BC for the weekend. The coffee was excellent and the power bars worth the calories. Service was with a smile. Visit website...