Streamliner Diner: All the delicious, comfort foods from savory omelettes, scrambles, and sautésto sweet french toast and waffles. After your meal, saunter down to Eagle Harbor Park and wave to the boats sailing by.
Storyville Coffee Company: Beautifully crafted coffee with freshly baked, exquisite options such as egg sandwiches and cinnamon rolls. In the coppertop buildings nearby, you’ll find a rock-climbing gym, dance studios, and a brewery.
Emmy’s Vege House: Mouthwatering fried rice and noodle dishes with many vegan and vegetarian options. Order your food to-go and stroll along Winslow Way.
Teriyaki Town: The most flavorful sauces over combinations of meat, gyoza, stir fry vegetables, and yakisoba to name a few. The outdoor seating area invites you to people-watch while you eat.
Sawatdy Thai Cuisine: The dreamiest menu, especially their coconut-based soups, Phad Thai noodles, and chicken sautéedwith peanut sauce. They cater to all kinds of gatherings, whether a dimly-lit date or family reunion.
Spice Route Cuisine of India: Gratifying dishes such as Chicken Tikki Masala, Garlic Naan, and Samosas with a Mango Lassi drink on the side. After dinner, enjoy a movie at the cinema downstairs.
Island Cool Frozen Yogurt: Heavenly flavors, toppings, and sauces for every taste bud’s preferences. Located in Lynwood Center, a walk to the water, viewing of a movie, or live music experience are all within reach.
Mora Iced Creamery: The most thoughtfully blended batches of ice creams and sorbets. While savoring your cone or cup, wander up the street to Bainbridge Performing Arts to see local music, dance, or theater.
The Harbour Public House: Beers on tap, ciders, wines, cocktail groups such as “The Mules” and “The Marys”, and dry options like the “Garden Nojito”. The local seafood, bar food, burgers, poutine, and salads are an amazing bonus too. If you’re here around sunset, meander down to Eagle Harbor to watch the evening’s colors wash over the inlet.
Treehouse Cafe: Sip on the drink of your choice while listening to live music, playing a game on the billiard tables or dartboards, admiring the monthly art, or watching a sports game on the TV. Their appetizers, salads, tacos, sandwiches, pasta, and pizza options are absolutely wonderful as well. A local dock, Point White, is just down the road for those who want to admire this neighborhood’s bay and perhaps catch a glimpse of the Seattle-Bremerton ferry cruising by.