Orcas Island has become a major food destination in the Pacific Northwest. With incredible seafood and small family farms cultivating local vegetables and pasture-raised meats, you can eat out in style or bring home farm fresh ingredients for your own home-cooked feast.
- Mia’s Café 376-6427. Cozy and delicious right in our building at 123 North Beach Rd
- Roses Café 376-5805. Excellent quality in a casual setting
- Island Hoppin Brewery Local brews made right here!
- Doe Bay Café Fun and funky exceptional meals on the east side
- West Sound Café Seasonal dining by the water
- Ship Bay Fresh locally sourced ingredients in a water view setting
- Rosario Mansion Nibbles in the fireside lounge or full dinners in the view dining room
- New Leaf Cafe Hip happy hour and the place to be for interesting food
- The Kitchen Inspired fresh organic options
- Mijitas 376-6722. Fresh new twist on Mexican. Open at 3:00!!
- Hogstone’s Wood Oven 376-4647. Wood fired pizza and Northwest agrarian cuisine.
- The Barnacle Tapas and cocktails.
- The Loft at Madrona 376-7173. Sweeping views of Eastsound and brunch.
For hours and specials please visit the Orcas Chamber Dining page.
Food to Orcasonians is a serious business. We love our locally grown produce and fruit, savor our island-raised lamb, beef, pork and chicken, and simply must have our fresh eggs from the many farm stands and Community Supported Agriculture farms (CSAs).
There is a strong and steady resurgence of talent in the farming arena on Orcas and this has helped move local organics into our restaurant kitchens, Farm to Cafeteria school programs and our amazing Saturday Farmer’s Market on the Village Green adjacent to our offices.
Visit and support these local farmers and purchase their wares at the farm stands, markets and the many restaurants that regularly feature their goods.
For more local info inspiration, check out local photographer Peter Fisher’s tribute to the farmers…
Our local nurseries provide plants and trees to beautify your landscape.
- Bullock’s Nursery, Deer Harbor (specializing in native plants, horticulture and permaculture)
- Evans Nursery, Doe Bay – 376-4961 (fruit trees and heirloom tree species)
For more information on Orcas Agriculture visit: Agri-Tourism
Local seafood is amazing, and can be savored regularly through Buck Bay Oysters, Judd Cove Oyster Company, Lopez Shellfish and Lummi Island Wild Salmon.