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Bainbridge Island Foodie Itinerary

Food lovers, wear something loose fitting. You’re going to have your plate full trying to cover the highlights in only one day.


If you’re here on a Saturday, don’t miss the Farmers’ Market. Stock up on fresh veggies, artisan goat cheese and organic meats. The market runs April through mid-November, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Farmer's Market, Foodie Itinerary, Bainbridge Island
Bainbridge Island Farmer's Market

At midday, grab a sidewalk table at the Hitchcock Deli & Charcuterie and enjoy soup and a sandwich while watching Winslow’s corner of the world go by.

Hitchcock Deli, Foodie Itinerary, Bainbridge Island
Hitchcock Cafe & Deli

Save a bit of room for a stop at Mora, a “destination ice cream store” noted by Food & Wine magazine as one of the nation’s best. Dulce de leche, blackberry, and dark chocolate mint are just a few of their signature selections.

Mora Iced Creamery

For sweets to take home with you, belly up to the counter at Bon Bon. This shop is packed with walking and nostalgic treats. Be sure to try the fudge. Still peckish? Take your hosts to dinner at the world-class Restaurant Marché. –Cindy Jones

Bon Bon Candies, Bainbridge Island, Foodie Itinerary
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