The Last Parsnip

A Truly Unbelievable Dining Experience from Chef Bryce Chartwell

Seattle, USA

Our newest restaurant is situated just outside of Seattle, Washington on Bainbridge Island. The restaurant occupies the former Blakely Head lighthouse, offering breathtaking views of Puget Sound and Mount Rainier. The light itself was turned off for good in 1998 – though the adjoining foghorn is still used on exceptionally murky days. Guests are advised to check for fog before dining.

 

How To Find The Last Parsnip:

From Seattle:

Take the Bainbridge Island ferry from downtown Seattle to Wilmslow.

Drive west along Wyatt Way for two miles.

Join Eagle Harbor Drive and follow the road for about four miles.

Follow signs to Blakely Harbor until you reach the ocean.

Turn left onto Seaborn Road and continue hugging the beach until your reach the old lighthouse on your right.

 

Parking:

Parking is nigh on impossible. The old lighthouse building is situated on the edge of a cliff, tucked in between hedgerows and impenetrable bushes.

Visitors are advised to park about 400 yards down the road next to the abandoned whaling shelter and walk back up the road.