San Juan Island Casual Dining
You don’t have to spend a lot of money to enjoy good food on San Juan Island. Covering everything from Mexican, to barbecue, to Northwest cuisine, there is something for everyone in the town of Friday Harbor . If you’re looking for lunch items, check out the local market or coffee shops for a variety of options. Or enjoy waterfront dining at historic Roche Harbor Resort.
Welcome to San Juan Island Cheese. We are your local cheese counter and wine bar with a light menu. We showcase artisan cheeses, beers and wines from the Pacific Northwest and beyond. We also offer unique specialty and local food items. [more...]
The Market Chef is an artisan deli, cafe and catering company utilizing island-grown and produced vegetables, fruits and meats. Cooking entirely from scratch, every day we offer unique sandwiches on baked-daily breads, organic salads and a constantly revolving deli case filled to the brim with eat-in or take-home entrees and side dishes. Fun, fast paced and colorful atmosphere with beer, wine and locally roasted coffees. [more...]
Delicious fresh seafood at reasonable prices served outside or inside overlooking Friday Harbor ferry landing. Friday's Crabhouse offers an ocean of mouthwatering dishes:
Fresh Cracked Dungeness Crab Fresh Grilled Salmon, Steamer Clams, Mussels and Oysters Homemade Crabcakes and Fish & Chips Burgers, Hot Dogs, Chicken Fajitas, Fish Tacos Salads and more. [more...]
At Blue Water Bar & Grill, we strive to produce quality food at affordable prices with an emphasis on enthusiastic service with a fun atmosphere. Whether you want to have a leisurely Sunday brunch with the family, or grab a burger to go for the boat, your experience will be consistent, prompt, and always with a cheerful smile. [more...]
Friday Harbor's Most-Loved Public House. Great views of the harbor and convenient access to the ferry landing and the port, specializing in distinctive rustic fare and well-crafted libations. We pride ourselves on highlighting local, sustainable and delicious food grown by our friends the farmers. [more...]