Reviews on Pub food in Bremerton, Washington, United States. Bremerton is a city in Kitsap County, Washington, United States. The population was 40,500 at the 2016 State Estimate, making it the largest city on the Kitsap Peninsula. Bremerton is home to Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and the Bremerton Annex of Naval Base Kitsap. Bremerton is connected to Downtown Seattle by two ferries: a 60-minute ferry that carries both vehicles and walk-on passengers, and a 28-minute fast ferry that carries passengers and a limited number of bicycles.
Things to do in Bremerton
4 based on 11 reviews
A friend and I came here to attend one of the fundraiser comedy shows they are known for.We arrived to find the front of the bar area completely packed full of happy sports enthusiasts so it was a bit of an effort to make our way to the back through the crush of people, dodging the busy waitresses as we went.Finding a seat in the back room, I turned around and came face to face with a dear old friend of mine in whom I had lost contact, so I was definitely in a happy frame of mind for the rest of the night. I ordered one of their personal 8" pizzas and even though the place was packed, our orders came to the table piping hot in about 15 minutes. My pizza was called "The Monster" and came with pepperoni, sausage, hamburger, onions, green peppers, mushrooms and olives. Not bad for $10.50. It had a nice crispy crust that held up well with all those toppings.After the show, we made our way back to the front to watch the Sounders game and were pleased to find a table. The noise level was understandably loud, but not so loud that we couldn't carry on a conversation. Within a few minutes, I was spotted by a bunch of my buddies from work who then joined us, but our waitress did a great job keeping up with the demand and had a fun personality.I had a fantastic evening. The Cloverleaf is one of those neighborhood places where you get a strong sense of community that comes from having an experience like mine. From supporting a fundraiser for a local school to watching a great Seattle sports team to finding friends, old and new, and all while enjoying good food, drinks and service, this is where it's at.
4 based on 18 reviews
This little place is indeed a bit "different"...especially for an old timer (70ish) like me. But it was very welcoming and quaint at the same time. It's in an old restored house near Evergreen Park off downtown Bremerton. We've eaten here quite a few years ago under other management with more conventional menus. Honor Bar is only open Wed.-Sat.and doesn't open until 4.The menu is very limited and a really unusual assortment of dishes, including meals that seem to be geared toward vegetarian preferences (though there is a $25 steak on the menu too). The wine offerings are extremely bare bones with about four whites, four reds, a rose' and a bubbly. Because they appear to only serve wine by the glass, I suspect spoilage and costs are kept down by only having a small variety from which to choose. Next time I'll check to see if I can bring my own cellar wine. Cocktails seem to be their forte' and that list is much longer than the wine list (plus it makes more money!). I had a standard vodka martini ($7.25) and my wife had their Age & Sage ($9.50), a concoction of gin, cranberry and house-made sage syrup served in an icy metal cup. It was really drier than expected and excellent! Wife had their Faro Salad ($14.00) which was both attractively arranged and delicious. The wheat grain was perfectly cooked until soft, but still chewy and crunchy. A crisscross of whole long, thin baby carrots with green tops laid on top along with steamed greens and sumac flavored yogurt. I'll order this sometime on a return visit. I had the Asian style roasted chicken wings ($14.00)...plump, crispy, juicy, full-flavored wings with a very southeast Asian salty/sweet marinade and coating with soy, fish sauce, garlic etc. Quite yummy! I only wish they came with some cooked greens too. Just wings...no veggies. We had a glass of French rose' and Corvidae (Owen Roe) Sauvignon Blanc to wash down the food. Both were $7.00 before discount. From 4-6 is happy hour, so all drinks, wine, beer are $1.00 off and there is a small selection of appys too (though we had none).Total bill before tip was $60.00. Our server, Julie was quite cute, upbeat and very willing to get answers to all of our questions if she didn't know the answer herself. Both the bartender and the owner stopped by our table to ask how everything was...which I always appreciate. This is a unique little spot with an equally unique menu. We'll return.
4 based on 30 reviews
Party of six on a Saturday after lunch crowd. Spacious place, and very clean. Good menu, with lots of specials (none of which were super appealing). I ordered an Arena burger with sweet potato fries. Perfectly done, juicy, big hamburger. My wife had a lamb burger with no bun: another big hit. They have tablets for the kids' entertainment (they call this the IPAD Restaurant). Lots of big screen TVs. Overall, worth a return visit.
4 based on 34 reviews
We needed lunch before the ferry ride. This one waitress/bartender/busser and one kitchen cook was running the whole place themselves. It had many unbussed tables but she was apologizing and smiling and making it work as best she could. Hubby said his chicken Cesar salad was good and my fish and chips was decent ( a little too greasy) but the place served its purpose well.
4 based on 43 reviews
This is one of my neighborhood go-to places. Does not matter what meal, there is always good food available. My favorites are the Sunday morning donuts, the chicken salad pesto sandwich and the spaetzel. There are lots of other choices all day long. Der Blokken has beer as well as great hard liquor drinks. This place is worth the visit.
4 based on 29 reviews
First, the restaurant isn't located at this address, only the brewery. So there was none of the excellent food we were expecting. That alone is a huuuge disappointment because we came hungry and intending to eat dinner. Someone should fix the address on this thing. The restaurant was getting so busy, we were told, that they moved the brewery operation to a new place. Or maybe they moved the restaurant location? That's really the only reason that I'm writing a review, because beer is a very relative taste. But since I've started and since we spent the time and money, I might as well express what we thought about the only thing this place has to offer. Wife and I got two flights with 6 different beers, but we didn't like any of them. We agreed they were very bland and lifeless. When I go to a new brewery, I like to try a range of the types of beers I generally enjoy. I tried a lager, a pale, an IPA and a double IPA. The closest beer that had any lasting, distinctive flavor was the double IPA, which was very hoppy but had little else to back it up. It was like a cold glass of hop tea. It is very important to note that the service was excellent. We were met at the door by a really nice guy who seemed genuinely excited that we were there. He was happy to explain all the different beers to us and made suggestions. He seemed honestly sorry that we thought there was a restaurant at the location and gave us the address to the other place. Another employee actually put on a playoff game for me, too. So tastes vary, and beer is no exception. The service alone leads me to recommend SCB to those that may have a different beer preference than us. If you want to try a new brewery and have no interest in food, this would be a fun place to go.
4 based on 61 reviews
The food wasn't sensational, but it wasn't ruined either. The service wasn't the best, but it wasn't bad either. It really was just fine. It did the trick. We were fed and on our way without any issues or problems. We just weren't blown away by anything either.
4 based on 51 reviews
Bar atmosphere with good food, gambling and music.
Stopped here for lunch and also had dinner on a different day. They have several options for seating, including some outdoor tables near the parking lot. This place is a little worn around the edges, but clean. The service is excellent with a very friendly staff. I had the smoked pastrami melt for lunch.Served on a nice rye bread that had been grilled. For me the star was the coleslaw that came with. Some of the best coleslaw I've ever tasted. So fresh, the cabbage was crispy and delicious. Worth a visit just for this side. I like the atmosphere here and will certainly visit again
4 based on 89 reviews
Toro Lounge is Bremerton's first and only gastropub. Open Tuesda-Saturday at 2pm, and are currently closed on Sundays. Toro Lounge strives to feature fresh local ingredients. Unique to the community is that Toro Lounge features 21 NorthWest microbrews on
Five years ago I wrote a very terse review about Toro Lounge. I had tried to get reservations to visit the first time for Valentine's Day. I left two messages because I got voicemail both times I called...and no one ever returned my calls. I've never encountered another restaurant that used voice mail to answer calls. Anyway, I swore I would never eat here. Something changed that. Friends gave me a gift card for this restaurant, not knowing of my experience described above.So for my birthday on Friday the 13th of September, my wife and I came here for dinner. I ordered a basic vodka martini ($9.50) and my wife had the Rose Nightshade ($11), which she thought was very ordinary. For dinner, we ordered three small plates: delicious Truffle Fries ($6) that were hot, crispy on the outside, fluffy inside and not too strong of earthy truffle flavor; pricey Stuffed Dates ($13) filled with cheese and wrapped with bacon; and three Lamb Sliders ($13). The fries (as all our friends suggested) were killer...even though our server nearly forgot to bring them...they came considerably after our other two dishes. The dates were tasty, but small and could have used more cheese. The sliders were really very tasty, using fresh, mild ground lamb. Total bill before tip was $57.00.Overall, service by Nicole was very good except for the late arrival of the fries (for which she apologized). She was friendly, informative and even brought us small tastes of the house wines...no charge. If we return, it'll likely be for the fries and beer, as they have a number of great local beers on tap. Carb City, anyone? But for tapas and small plates in Kitsap County, nothing compares to The Paella Bar in Poulsbo. At least I can now say that I've given Toro Lounge a second chance.
4 based on 75 reviews
The food here is excellent, and you can easily get lost the memorabilia on the walls. The atmosphere is very loud. I'm not sure if it was because there was a game on, or if something was happening in town but the music and the customers made it difficult to hear the other people we were sitting with sometimes.It was still a great time though. The burgers were cooked excellently, and the fries were perfectly cut and crispy. Service was somewhat slow, but I'll blame that on the party table that was behind us with 12+ people ordering food at it (which also could have contributed to the noise levels)
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