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We finally got our butts out of the house after 10! In an effort to learn more about what the area has to offer, we decided to hit up a different farmer’s market. Today’s stop: Bainbridge Island!

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We took the scenic route around the island to get to Winslow where the market was held.

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Bainbridge is an adorable place. Very nicely maintained… but for a price! It’s a little swanky for our moderate budget.

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And unfortunately, that was reflected in the price of the produce at their market.

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It was a really small market; smaller than last week’s Poulsbo market. But it seemed to have a little more variety in produce even though it was fewer vendors. We ended up getting 3 zucchini, a large bag of basil, and a red onion. I think it was $10?

After our shopping, we walked down to the marina.

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We decided to get lunch on the island, mostly just to try something new! We’ve been eating out a lot more than usual, but I really think it is just the newness of everything and feeling like we want to try all these places. But we plan to be around here for a few years so we have to tell ourselves that we have time to try everything!

We stopped at Cafe Nola.

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They had really cute outdoor seating but the heat was a little bit much so we cooled down inside for lunch.

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I liked the feel of the place a lot! They were pretty busy but we got seated right away since we were just a party of 2!

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I ordered the Focaccia Rosti Sandwich.

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I swapped a side salad for the fries or chips it usually comes with. (Cost $1.75 though!)

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The boy ordered the chicken club with fries. (bluuuuuurrrry)

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We both agreed that my meal was better. The vinaigrette on the salad was perfect and the sandwich was really flavorful. His sandwich was pretty standard. It needed a special sauce or something on it.

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One Response

  1. Great photos of Bainbridge!

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