Reviews on Pub food in Bainbridge Island, Washington, United States. Although it's just 35 minutes by ferry from Seattle, Bainbridge Island is a totally different world. Travelers who enjoy the outdoors can hike, bike or walk in the Bloedel Reserve or Fort Ward State Park. The island feels rural, and local agriculture is a source of pride for residents (check out what's in season at the farmers' market). Bainbridge Island is also known for its strong visual and performing arts culture, and there's good shopping in Winslow.
Things to do in Bainbridge Island
4 based on 730 reviews
In the English tradition, public houses are homes to which the public is invited to drink, dine and otherwise find community.
Been going here for years. Great selection of beer; and food, IMO, gets an 8.5. Staff usually efficient, some even downright personable, so I will continue to patronize. Very comfortable vibe year-round.Had some calamari the other day which was a bit over cooked and slightly dry. But maybe I'm too picky on this dish.Prices have ballooned on some dishes, but overall, still a good experience.
4 based on 105 reviews
We toured Bainbridge and got to the commercial area / square where Treehouse Cafe was located. We were seated at a table for six and ordered.. The pizzas and sandwiches along with a great cobb said were served promptly. Food and service were real nice. Towards the end of the lunch, electricity went out in the region and we were able to clear our tab with casino hand [no card would work] and we departed by lattern light. We had a good time, but curtailed when the power went out - fortunately we had completed eating.
4 based on 18 reviews
Was brought here late one afternoon by a colleague and got to sample four lovely beers - the windfall grapefruit was spectacular. Great atmosphere, very clean with great service and friendly attitude. Zack the dog is wonderful too! Very much recommended.
3 based on 71 reviews
We are Sunday brunch here after arriving around noon on the ferry. We decided to go away from downtown (5 min drive) to avoid the noon crowd. There were not many patrons when we arrived but soon became almost full. The service was good. We enjoyed the Braveheart Bloody Mary (bacon,celery and carrots included), the brisket special, French toast, and pork belly.
On the last day in what was a miserable February, my wife and I went to Timber on Bainbridge Island for the first time.I have spent God knows how many thousands of dollars at The Metropolitan Grill in Seattle, whose advertising positioning is "The best steak in town." It's a good thing they aren't on Bainbridge because they'd be the second best steak in town. Timber is just plain awesome. I had one of the best rib eyes I've ever had. And the Manhattans we had were right up there too. We will be back. A lot. This place deserves support. Now don't screw it up Tanner.
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