4.5 based on 9 reviews
I have to plan ahead if I want a selection at my local grocery store. Their breads are very popular and are bought quickly. It's all about the wonderful grains and crusts.
5 based on 159 reviews
The ice cream here is unfortunately amazing. As soon as we walked in, the owner was spewing comments to us about how we couldn’t bring our dog in when we didn’t even have her in the door. There are signs everywhere essentially barking orders at people. I can’t believe how rude this guy was. I don’t care is this is the only ice cream in town - I’m not patronizing this business again. #icecreamnazi
4.5 based on 51 reviews
Take a step back in time when you visit the Greenbank Store & Grille on beautiful Whidbey Island. Built in 1904, the store has served the community for many years and holds dear memories for many folks. Come on in for good food, conversation, a view of Baby Island or to pick up some of our wonderful Whidbey Island products. We look forward to seeing you soon.
It was really crowded so we thought it must be reasonably good. Boy were we wrong. It was a high priced, bar food joint. Maybe it's the drinkers that are parked outside. Most items are more than $15 including mediocre hamburgers. I had the Sunny Tuscany burger with chicken. It had two small artichokes, some provolone, wilted arugula and some sauce. Some flavor, but overall a disappointment. My husband had a thin, overpriced, tough rib eye for $28. Won't go there again.
4.5 based on 111 reviews
Whidbey Pies Cafe is located on a 100 year old farm in the middle of Whidbey Island Washington. We specialize in fruit pies we also have a full menu of savory pies, quiche, sandwiches, salads, soups, and seafood chowder.
This place does not look like much from the outside but inside is DELICIOUS. Came for lunch and stayed for the pie. They offer 1/2 sandwiches which is a nice light lunch because you want to save room for the pie. The pies are STUPID GOOD. Eat one there, take one home have them ship it to you but get some pie.
5 based on 91 reviews
Authentically Field to Fork; we promise. We showcase the connections between food, farming, history & the Art of the Table. Located on our 5 acre farm just outside Langley, Washington on Whidbey Island. We host dinners with one menu & one seating at 7:00pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. We have limited availability. Reservations are a must. We also host cooking classes, with an hour and 1/2 of instruction and then we all sit down for lunch. Classes start at 10:30am and go until 1:30pm.
We enjoyed every aspect of our dinner at Orchard Kitchen. The family and staff are warm, professional and attentive, the food is delicious and made with quality ingredients, skill and love. The wine pairings were tasty and interesting. I'm generally ambivalent about communal seating, but it worked fine for our small group in this convivial setting.
4.5 based on 208 reviews
-Our dining room offers views of Penn Cove -We have outside dining available on our deck overlooking the water -Our menu changes seasonally and often to offer the freshest, local ingredients -We have a limited bar, as well as an excellent wine and beer list -Our open kitchen provides a one of a kind experience for diners
The Oystercatcher has gone through various owners over the years and today it is enjoying a heyday. Tyler and Sara have smartly limited the menu to a handful of delicious dishes that reflect the season and their creativity. I've never been disappointed with my selections. The soups are wonderful but the place has become famous for its fabulous bread. It is the perfect time to forget about carbs when you sink your teeth into that cool, soft, heavenly slice of house made bread.
The sorbets which are served between courses at dinner are also swoon worthy. The place is small so reservations are best- especially on a weekend.
4.5 based on 236 reviews
Gordon has his hand on every plate. They're always well prepared, delicious and served with a flair only the island delivers. Gordon's delivers what Seattle does without being snooty or pretentious. Great value, as prices are the same as Prima Bistro in Langley and other "better" island restaurants. However, I think Gordon's over delivers.
4 based on 32 reviews
This sort is where work gets done. Yep. there is free wifi, being that Whidbey Tel is right there. The bonus is that they offer some fantastic treats, salads and sandwiches. No, they don't offer hemp milk for lattes, but do offer almond, coconut or soy as milk alternatives. A Starbucks move, which takes them off my favorites list.
4.5 based on 263 reviews
This place is unique. It is loud, tons of regulars, old fashioned seating, busy, great coffee, high prices but worth it. At times it is just so loud but that is what many people like about it. It is always fun and worth a trip even for just coffee.
4.5 based on 305 reviews
Much more than a pizzaria this spot features the best views in town and a nice variety of deli foods centered around a really well appointed bar. The sandwiches and salads are really very good and the pizza is terrific. But the nice thing is the laid back atmosphere with those amazing waterfront views.
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