The treacherous approach to our Bainbridge Island restaurant. The 20mph limit is, in our opinion, highly optimistic. Damage to the sign from earlier collisions is clearly visible.
A Precipitous Bluff
The bluff upon which our Bainbridge Island restaurant perches is one of the most challenging in the Pacific Northwest. The warning signs on our patio are there for a purpose - please adhere to them at all times.
The lethal toxicity levels found in the area preclude us from using anything found off the local beaches. Rest assured all of our shellfish are procured at great cost and shipped over extreme distances.
Reaching the restaurant from the sea is discouraged for all but the expert mariner. Treacherous currents and the lack of a permanent slip make this the option of last resort for most of our patrons.
The seemingly innocuous pathway to our smokehouse remains strictly off limits to our guests following last year's incident with a feral raccoon.
Several of our guests have complained about the seemingly contradictory and downright confusing signage on local roads leading up to the restaurant. If you are at all concerned about arriving on time we recommend a trial journey a few days or weeks in advance to familiarize yourself with the final approach.