This is my favorite restaurant @ the moment! The majority of the food is sourced within 360 miles, and it is delicious. Katrina and I went to this place for happy hour the other week, and we were immediately hooked. I have not tried the entire menu yet but I intend to! Their lunch and dinner menu looks equally impressive and no where lacking in things to taste, scarf, and drink. We are headed back here for breakfast this week, a review will follow.
“What is sustainable? To us, it means relying on and investing in our immediate community and geological placement. It means utilizing our resources in an efficient and renewable manner that we find closest to us. It means dedicating ourselves to ensuring the health of our neighbors and loved ones by using the freshest, most naturally grown sources.”
* Peanut Butter Bon Bons // me: Gooey in the middle crunchy on the outside…messy but good!
kw: smooth & sticky, sweet…peanut butter is my favorite!
* Mini Mac & Cheese // me: Best Mac & Cheese I’ve had in a long time…home style.
kw: Delicious and creamy, cheesy…it was okay.
*Pulled Pork sandwich with slaw // me: Smokey with BBQ flavor, slaw adds a crunch to the sandwich…good.
kw: The pork was flavorful and tender…just the way I like it.
A day of apple picking and apple eating at the Jones Creek Farm. Located in the Skagit Valley, it is about an hour and a half drive north from Seattle. The Farm allows you to pick, and eat as you pick as many apples as you want. Everything is organic.