We're new friends + we have a serious crush on them. They're doing amazing things like creating healthier communities with a resilient + equitable food ecosystem while ensuring the future of farming on Bainbridge Island. Is that a new form of Super Hero? We think so. Learn about "Food Forests" & join the party.
Sharing the "good stuff" is what we're hoping to do. Here are a couple spots on Bainbridge Island where they focus on creating good food with fresh, local ingredients. Enjoy. : )
Ba Sa is a restaurant envisioned by the second generation of the Nguyen family. Siblings Trinh and Thai have created a menu that showcases traditional Vietnamese dishes inspired by French techniques and the abundance of products found in the Pacific Northwest.
Bene Pizza is a local favorite that’s a little off the beaten path. They offer a bounty of pizza, pasta, small plates, salads, desserts, beer, wine & cocktails. Take-out, delivery, & outdoor dining - you name it.
Blackbird Bakery brings all the goods. Pastries, bread, espresso, quiche, crazy good cookies, cakes, pies and more. Since 2000, owner Heidi drops them like they’re hot. If you want a classic bakery and something uniquely Bainbridge, you can only go right when you go to Blackbird.
Pizzeria Bruciato is a sweet spot for locals and visitors alike. Not only is it a warm, friendly place to meet with family and friends to share a great pizza and glass of wine, the team at this restaurant support the community in ways most don't know. Check them out.
Dharma Cafe is a seasonally inspired vegan/vegetarian cafe and juice bar that supports local farms and producers. They understand that health is our greatest wealth and the foods we eat and where they come from all matters. Count us in.
Harbour Public House offers a surprise mash-up of Northwest classics in the seafood cateogry, as well as pub food we've never heard of (Kimchi Poutine?!). They are supporters of local producers and organic selections found here in our backyard.
Restaurant Marche shows they offer "Comfort Food to Go" made with fresh ingredients that we appreciate. We love French food and this menu has our attention - add their local support and it's on our list of places we need to go.
Pegasus Coffee House is way cooler than that coffee house on TV. Since 1980, they have shown the NW (we're looking at you Seattle), what a real coffee house can be. Aromas of fresh, hand-roasted coffee is intoxicating enough, then add good baristas with a chill vibe and you're there.
Proper Fish is another spot we have added to our "must go" list. While we've not tried it yet, they offer British Fish and Chips made by a British Expat - which is just plain fun. That's not exactly easy to find in the Great PNW. And support local ingredients and products. We can't wait to give 'em a go.
Streamliner Diner often has a wait, but the wait is worth it. A made-from-scratch breakfast and brunch place, we can tell you from experience, the ingredients are wholesome and fresh. They support local farms and strong coffee and we love 'em for it.
Thuy's Vietnamese Cuisine offers take-out and delivery. This is also on our "we gotta try this place" list. The banh mi and pho look like hits made from local fresh ingredients. This small food window has an extensive menu with all our Vietnamese favorites.
Via Rosa 11 is a delight. Their seasonal offerings and the fact that Pino, the restaurant's founder, makes supporting local ingredients a part of their dulce vita, making it a part of ours. Go for a little Dean Martin, a bit of imported pasta and a lot of local tomatoes (you'll remember why you're happy you have tastebuds).
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