Stopped for a late afternoon lunch before taking the ferry across to Whidbey. Amongst the four people dining, we sampled two panini and a sub, along with the smoked salmon chowder. The panini were large and tasty (one smoked turkey & artichoke, the other was Ham, pesto), the chowder was pretty good and of the cream variety. They also served 6-7 beers on tap, including two from the Port Townsed Brewing Company which we enjoyed. The prices were reasonable for the quality and quantity served. We also were able to sit at one of the few tables on the back porch overlooking the water, which was pleasant. I would definitely go back. The shop is tucked away in the back of one of the buildings on the main street, so you have to look for it.
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