Comfort Inn On the Bay
1121 Bay St.
Port Orchard, WA 98366
Phone: (360) 895-2666
Fax: (360) 895-8088
1121 Bay St., Port Orchard, WA, US, 98366
- Phone: (360) 895-2666
- Fax: (360) 895-8088
Bars & Cafes
Located across Lynwood Center Road, the Treehouse Cafe is a cafe-cum-restaurant. This a space where friendly locals get together with tourists in a casual outdoor and indoor setting. Though it serves tasty snacks like salads, sandwiches and pasta, regulars always make a beeline for the variety of pizzas served here; special menu for kids is available too. Loved for its casual ambiance and tasty food, the entertainment featured here makes it all the more popular. Live music concerts, theme nights, parties and usual options like dartboards and pool tables are on offer here. So head to the Treehouse Cafe to enjoy local flavors and music along with some chilled beer.
The decorative photographs and greenery in Maura Crisp's dining room evoke a cozy charm. The steam wafting from Aaron Crisp's small kitchen evokes garlic. The former keeps the Bainbridge Island locals coming back. The latter seems strong enough to attract folks from across the sound, but doesn't overpower the food. The menu changes often, a testament to Aaron's active culinary imagination, but count on savory chicken and pork dishes, pastas and fresh fish. Salads feature fruits, nuts and rich cheeses.
Pegasus Coffee House is more then just a coffeehouse, it also serves meals, beer and cocktails. Whether you simply want a caffeine fix, a chilled beer or a full meal, you'll find it at this delightful cafe. On a sunny day enjoy your drink on their terrace. There is often live music on the weekend.
Opened in 1991 as the first non-smoking tavern in the Seattle area, the Harbour Public House was originally the homestead of Amanda and Ambrose Grow, early settlers on Bainbridge Island. Open daily from 11:00 a.m. until midnight, the Harbour Public House offers such menu selections as salads, spicy crab and artichoke dip, clam chowder, sandwiches, seafood tacos, steak and fish and chips.
Open Wednesday through Sunday, the Asian-style August Moon Teahouse offers fine loose leaf teas, light food, desserts and quiet music. Vegetarian, vegan and wheat-free selections are also available.
With so many dining options in Seattle, a meal at Cafe Nola might not seem worth the ferry ride. But in warm weather few settings can beat the patio, where diners relax over contemporary cuisine and breathe the fresh island air. The chef harnesses a world of influences to produce entrees of high, if not spectacular, quality. If you can, leave the car in Seattle. The restaurant is a short stroll from the ferry dock.
Wonderfully lit and pleasantly decorated, Silver City Restaurant and Brewery has a vibrant bar scene. This joint features some of the most divine infusions and flavors of beer created in their very own brewery. The focus is on the diverse variety of original micro brews that patrons are always raving about. The place has a very open feel to it because of the wood paneled high ceilings which helps elevate the casual ambiance. The service staff is thoroughly knowledgeable in their craft and eager to serve.
Bury your surf board, knock on some coconuts and jig your way into the Bamboo Bar & Grill. The colorful stop on Alki beach serves some of the yummiest seafood and meats grilled to perfection. The menu features everything from soups, salads, sandwiches and pastas. You can have your grub as early as you like as the place is open for breakfast as well. Along with the food, knock back some amazing cocktails and cool blended drinks. You can also be the entertainment for the evening with every Thursday being karaoke night or dress up or down for their regular theme parties. Every hour here is happy hour and being beach front, Bamboo Bar & Grill is the best place for fun.
Beveridge Place Pub is extremely popular among locals in Seattle. It may have something to do with the wide variety of pub games available, including pool, darts, foos-ball, shuffleboard, old school arcade games, and a stack of communal board games. But the main star here is most definitely their staggering selection of draught beers (25 on tap nightly) and bottled beers (over one hundred to choose from), both local and from around the world. Hungry? No big deal; the pub allows outside food and is happy to provide a list of nearby restaurants that deliver. There are drink specials throughout the week, and on Wednesdays you can text your obscure knowledge when they host trivia night. With antique decor and a relaxed atmosphere, this cozy and casual pub is the perfect place to grab a drink and make some new friends.
OutWest is among the most popular gay bars in the region. With a great music culture to boast, they have established themselves as a crowd favorite. Live music, karaoke and video DJs take up the music space here. Though predominantly a gay/lesbian bar, the establishment welcomes people from all walks of life. A good range of food is also available. Check website for event schedule and more information.
A absolutely no frills place, Poggie Tavern is a small pub and bar that lets you party without the irritating worry of dressing up. Inside, you will find some of the best live bands rocking the place with their music. Poggie Tavern only serves beer and wines, but they are plentiful and come in many varieties. For food their pizzas are scrumptious. There is also the lure of a very retro ambiance with florescent bulbs lighting the otherwise cozy place.
Making use of the freshest of ingredients that are organic as well as locally produced, Mashiko features an interesting and innovative Japanese menu. Hugely popular, this eatery is always packed with patrons and reservations come highly recommended. Touted as one of the best sushi places in all of Seattle, it's a must visit for Japanese cuisine lovers. Take an adventure into the fairly unheard food menu of Mashiko's and be ready to be amazed, as the chef personally makes sure that your adventures are fruitful.