New option: Third Street Cafe.

Interestingly, this and the companion C Squared are part of the Skagit Valley Food Co-op. As expected, it’s all about locally sourced food. The space is open and well appointed with one of the largest wines by the glass stations I’ve seen.

We visited for brunch which highlighted only a limited selection of non breakfast items so the review will be updated once I’ve experienced the full menu.

Choices this visit included the fried chicken sandwich and pastrami on rye. Both were very good and the pastrami was made inhouse. We also sampled the biscuit and jam…it was brunch after all….it was excellent.

Extensive wines by the glass.

Service was good.

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