Greenbank is a location on glorious South Whidbey Island that is primarily a series of vintage, reconditioned barns, a pond and master garden, community gardens, a swingset, a llama and alpaca pen and a large, open, hilly trail space for off-leash dog romping. The barns house a wine purveyor, a gallery, event space, a cheese shop, some business and Whidbey Pies and Café. A bright, intimate space filled with small tables on creaky hardwood floors is contained within plain wood whitewashed walls. The food is simple and it is excellent. The atmosphere is almost like picnicking. My albacore tuna melt on whole grain bread with gruyere was gone too soon. Each day brings a new soup de jour. And of course the PIES! The day we visited the pie menu consisted of cherry strawberry, strawberry rhubarb, rhubarb, loganberry, blueberry, marionberry, blackberry, mixed berry and I think an apple. On two separate occasions we bought a loganberry and a strawberry rhubarb to take home. The crust is delicious and a perfect consistency, the pie loaded with good stuff and not too sweet. This became our breakfast every day, what an indulgence. If you get up from your table for any reason, be aware a duck may wander in and try to steal your food!
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