Brunch at Friday Harbor House
Weekends are synonymous with leisurely brunches, but at Friday Harbor House you can enjoy brunch seven days a week. During our recent visit to San Juan Island we made certain to stop by Friday Harbor House to fuel up on delicious, hearty food which would keep us going all day long. Aside from their prime spot overlooking the harbor Friday Harbor House is convenient for those both with or without a car. A short walk from the ferry terminal and you can be dining outside with some of the best views on the island.
We had heard rave reviews about Friday Harbor House's donuts. Since donuts are one of my husband's favorite treats we knew we just had to try them as an appetizer.
We arrived to Friday Harbor House early by weekend standards which meant we had the place to ourselves. As we slowly settled into a table by the window we were entertained by the ferry coming and going, sailboats drifting by and a seaplane or two taking off and landing. When you visit the San Juan Islands there is no shortage of air or boat traffic to entertain you.
The Brick Pressed Burrito.
Aside from the delicious food I was in awe of the beautiful plates they were presented on. Michael, the innkeeper, so kindly took the time to let me know they were the work of Clark Marshall. I appreciated a shift from the usual white plates many of restaurants typically use and I am eager to get my hands on a set of these gorgeous and versatile dishes for my own creations.
A stunning back drop to dine with.
Friday Harbor House offer brunch seven days a week and Happy Hour and Dinner Thursday-Monday. They are closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays. In addition to a restaurant, Friday Harbor House has a twenty three room inn featuring kind beds, jetted tubs, has fireplaces and stunning harbor views. I am eager to come back and stay in our of their newly updated rooms.
This post was sponsored by Friday Harbor House. All opinions stated here are my own and I was under no obligation to write anything other than my personal experience. I will never write about anything I did not enjoy or find to be a valuable experience.