At Homeskillet, the food's inventive, the menu's a blast to read and the room is vividly, tropical-bird colorful.
Actually, so is the outside--wildly colorful, that is, and you don't have to get any further than the parking lot with the EAT sign on the sidewalk and the vintage Mini Cooper parked by the front door to know that you're about to experience something original.
The menu caters to meatheads and vegetarians alike. Lots of options on both sides of the aisle, some that come in skillets and some that don't, and many with monikers like Hot Green Mess that deserve to be tried for name alone. In particular consider anything with Kirb's pulled pork or the chorizo gravy. Note that all the buns and breads are Breadfarm breads--this is a greasy spoon, but it's a DELUXE greasy spoon!
It's truly a gem, a one-of-a-kind little greasy spoon with an exuberantly happy vibe--Bellingham is so lucky that Kirby and his wife decided to live here and open this quirky, wonderful little restaurant.
Only open for breakfast and lunch.