Less than a block off Winslow Way in downtown Bainbridge Island, this casual, unpretentious restaurant is housed in a restored farmhouse built in 1889. Out front, under the shade trees, is a big deck for summer alfresco dining, and inside, rustic "primitive" antiques and old, high-backed wooden booths set the tone. The menu changes daily, but any month of the year, the antipasto plate, which showcases a wide range of seasonal specialties, makes a good starter. If you like seafood, keep an eye out for the seafood risotto. Pizzas and pastas make up a good portion of the menu, and there are always plenty of fresh seafood dishes.
- © Frommer's 2013
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- Highly Recommended 2010