One of the advantages of the Kitsap Peninsula's natural side is its abundance of farmers, growers and producers. Their fresh ingredients help create delicious foods and beverages. Many of these products are used by local restaurants, bakeries and caterers for culinary delights.
In this week's Beat Blast, hosts Christian Vosler and Josh Farley introduce five new restaurants from around Kitsap County.
Posted by Kitsap Sun on Friday, May 17, 2019
Local food is bountiful at farmers markets, organic farms and restaurants around the Kitsap Peninsula! Click here to search bakeries, deli shops and other fabulous foodie stops as well as a variety of dining options throughout the Kitsap Peninsula.
Mossback - Kingston
Hound and Bottle – Manette
Homemade Cafe Nourishes – Port Orchard
Monica's Waterfront Bakery & Cafe – Old Town Silverdale
Hi-Lo's Cafe is Groovy for Breakfast or Lunch – Bremerton
Kachai Thai Puts a Fresh Spin on Tradition – Poulsbo
Bay Street Bistro Offers Relaxed Fine Dining – Port Orchard
Big Apple Diner is a Kitsap Peninsula Classic – Bremerton
To search for a variety of places to eat and drink throughout the Kitsap Peninsula click here.
Enjoy treats from around the world when you visit our local markets that carry a variety of goods from overseas. The Marina Market in Poulsbo has 300 varieties of licorice and specializes in treats from Northern Europe. Other local favorites include Central Market in Poulsbo, La Poblanita Mexican Store and the Asian Market in Silverdale.
Craft-beer making is sweeping the country, and the state of Washington is a leader in this taste revolution. Kitsap Peninsula is home to some of the finest craft brewers in Washington state. Check out our new print guide to Kitsap Peninsula Craft Brewers, Check out our latest blog For Beer Lovers, there are 22 great reasons to explore the Kitsap Peninsula. Click here for the Kitsap Peninsula Brewery Guide. Click here or below for a Google map