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Jul 16, 2007 11:59 AM

Lunch in Coupeville, WA

Hey hounds,

I tried to do some research on Chowhound for lunch spots in Coupeville, WA and all I came up with was Toby's Tavern, which sounds great dont get me wrong. I was wondering if anyone could suggest some other lunch spots in Coupeville. Perhaps a sandwich spot, or a cafe with outdoor seating. I just wanted a variety of places so I can make an informed decision. I'm heading on a roadtrip throughout the NW, and will be taking the ferry from Keystone to Port Townsend. I'll only be in Coupeville briefly, and I don't think we'll have time for a full on restaurant. Any help will be much appreciated!


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  1. The Knead & Feed Bakery Restaurant might fit the bill. It's on the water side of Front Street, a flight of stairs down from the road. Both times that we've eaten there it was during the sail boat races on Penn Cove. So my memories are more of the watching the boats that of the sandwiches themselves. Buildings on that side of the road are set on pilings, with several flights of stairs leading down to the beach. Some have decks.

    We like to park on Front Street or close by, and browse the shops along the street, and walk out on to the pier. In season I think you can get sandwiches from a shop on the pier.


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    1. re: paulj

      The restaurant on the pier is due to reopen any day now, and the new owner is Vietnamese and promises to have some Vietnamese additions to the menu. It may be worth a look, because you will not find a better dining environment.

      The County Deli, on Main Street, a few blocks up from the water is also a good choice. No ambience, but lots more choices. It's self-serve, so you can get in and out quickly.