Port Orchard is a city in and the county seat of Kitsap County, Washington, United States. It is located 13 miles due west of West Seattle and connected to Seattle and Vashon Island via the Washington State Ferries run to Southworth. It is named after Port Orchard, the strait that separates Bainbridge Island from the Kitsap Peninsula.
Things to do in Port Orchard
4.5 based on 206 reviews
We started coming here after a friend got a job working here. You'd think that would make us a little biased, but I don't work that way. If your food sucks and the atmosphere is poor, I don't care who works there, I'm not going to leave a positive review and I'm certainly not going back. But off we go, nearly weekly, to enjoy the food and the atmosphere. What a funky and eclectic little spot. So far, we've only made it here for lunch, but you can order breakfast anytime, so time of day doesn't matter - BUT, be prepared for a crowded restaurant if you go at peak times. This place is POPULAR! We've tried a handful of different things from breakfast foods to salads to meatloaf and a little of this and that in between. Never disappointing. I personally love the sandwiches and salads because you order them how you want them with choice of bread, meats, cheeses, toppings, etc. You can't go wrong with that! Everyone that works here is friendly and seem to love their job. And the prices? Unreal! So affordable, which is hard to find these days! Go here. Eat. Take in the funky decor. You won't be sorry.
4.5 based on 178 reviews
Wonderful casual dining at reasonable prices and the food is outstanding. Breakfast is served all day and I always order breakfast. Generous portions and the hashbrowns are cooked perfectly. If you order fries the portions are large and the fries are hot and crisp.
4.5 based on 166 reviews
Have eaten here numerous times, tried numerous items, eat there and got it to go, and every... single... time the god was tasty, perfectly prepared, large portions, very reasonably priced, and the star are some of the friendliest and personable people you could ever want to meet!
4.5 based on 121 reviews
I went here for a late breakfast and I liked the atmosphere. One waitress seemed pleasant and friendly; unfortunately she wasn't my waitress. I was stuck with the terribly rude, inattentive one. She didn't greet me or chat at all, just took my order. Never asked how it was or if I needed anything. After I paid and requested a receipt, she was clearly just waiting for me to leave. I had to ask for it, she ignored me and sent the bus girl over with it. I was completely baffled. I've only been treated so poorly by a waitress one other time. I'm always friendly and easy-going. The omelette and homefries were delicious, but not worth being treated like that. I wanted to inform a manager, but didn't see anyone and just wanted to leave. My waitress was rude to the point that I was uncomfortable and needed to get out of the restaurant ASAP.
4 based on 560 reviews
This is not what we expected for Anthony's. Did not seem very busy for a Thursday, but they sere very understaffed for the customers they did have. Seems they misdirected/lost our order and it took over 1hr to get the main dish. See were there with or granddauther, husband & grate grandson for dinner and just not the best service or food. We doubled the Oysters dinner as an appetizer as the meal was taking very long. They only havd one waitrise on staff for the lunch and she was truly over worked.
The Oysters were OK but not fresh like Seattles. The Salmon was very dry and cod frozen over and tasteless. Very nice location but does not do the Anthony's name any benefit. G-Daughter has years in returant business and spoke with manager and was not happy with the service or the response. Will Not Return.
4.5 based on 115 reviews
Fresh local sourced ingredients, blend of Northwest and international inspired cuisine that comes together in a relaxed yet distinctive dining experience.
What a delightful experience for all four of us! Beautifully presented & warm atmosphere. Seafood cake was excellent blend of salmon, scallops & crab. I have never been a fan of tomato bisque but BSB's alder cheese, smoked pepper & heirloom tomato bisque-has made me a believer! Entree of spiced rubbed pork chop with chutney made this fall meal perfect. What's not to like with maple sugar bourbon grilled pound cake! Kudos to chef & staff!
4 based on 354 reviews
This restaurant has a great atmosphere for waterfront dining. This is the first time we've eaten here. I had the Manette Salad, which was decent, but the chicken was dry. My husband had the Black and Blue Salad ~ he ordered his blackened steak medium-rare and it too was also over cooked (well done). The waitress did discount half the cost of the salad for this reason. The cup of chowder we shared was very good. For the atmosphere I would come back, but more for drinks and starters vs a full meal.
4.5 based on 55 reviews
An early lunch date with a dear friend had us looking for a place in Kitsap we had not been to before. Based on yelp reviews we gave this place a try. Must say, the good yelp reviews were spot on. Decent menu, acceptable pricing, great view, a truly joyful experience in food, service and ambiance. A truly pleasant surprise. Only thing I would add is coffee. Only have drip, Love to finish my meals with x2 shot espresso.
4.5 based on 87 reviews
Got to Uncle Dave's a little bit late for the full breakfast menu, but that was okay. Server explained that their grill is so small that everything will start to taste the same if they keep offering everything! Just added to the homey-ness of this place! Breakfasts that we did order were great! So what if I had to get home fries and not hash browns? lol. Biscuit was the best! Wish we had time on this trip to visit more than once!
4.5 based on 91 reviews
Anthony's, Boat Shed, or that topas bar downtown? Decisions decisions... We just stumbled upon La Fermata. My husband and I pulled over before going in to checked reviews online. What a great find! We started off with a salad, iceberg, Gorgonzola, smoked bacon, w this heavenly dressing. My husband had a lasagna type dish (there were many different types to choose from) I think his had sausage, fennel with house made pasta. He loved it. I had the scallops ding ding DING! I won! OMG! Best ever!
This is our new fav! I wish I could give a shout out to the server. She was spot on with wine pairings, and dinner recommendations. She had a really cool vibe. Well done!
We will be back. Thank you for a great night
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