Restaurant Week

Featured Eat Local Month Restaurants:

Connect with local chefs and restaurateurs, and learn how to GET A TASTE of their seasonal Eat Local Month specials crafted with fresh ingredients from local farms and food producers – these specials will be available ALL MONTH LONG!
Look for the fork icon on their menus to identify items crafted with 50% or more local ingredients!

Be sure to follow Eat Local First NW on Facebook and Instagram to join us, learn, and get the chance to win prizes.

Admiralty Lounge is a nautical themed cocktail bar focused on seasonally minded comfort food and approachable craft cocktails, wine, beer, and other options. Both food and drink menus are constantly being fine tuned for accessibility re: dietary and lifestyle restrictions, as we want our vegan/vegetarian and sober guests to feel as comfortable in our space as everyone else. The nautical theme is a nod to both Bellingham’s history as a fishing and port town, and one of the owner’s status as a US Marine Corps veteran. We also want to emphasize education, both behind and at the bar, which has inspired our Teachable Tuesdays program which looks at the history of and possibilities with classic cocktails.

Eat Local Month Specials

“Roots & Bounty”

  • A combination of local carrots and beets from Joe’s Garden which have been pan and salt-roasted then finished with hot honey made with Bee Works honey, goat cheese, and a drizzle of carrot top oil (also made from the Joe’s Garden produce)!
Smoked Oysters
  • Ekone pacific oysters (Bay Center, WA) are cold smoked in-house over hickory wood, topped with caviar and lemon zest, and served cold alongside a variety of toasts from Water Tank Bakery (Burlington, WA)
Curry Mussels and Fries
  • Fresh mussels from Taylor Shellfish Farms are cooked in a coconut green curry and served over a bed of house-cut fries.

Featured Farms & Businesses: Water Tank Bakery, Taylor Shellfish, Beeworks, Joe’s Gardens

The original Leopold Hotel served the first legal post-Prohibition cocktail in town, so Amendment 21 has a tradition to uphold. Weary travelers need a place to unwind and have a cocktail and a bite after checking in. For those who live here year-round, an additional cocktail bar in Bellingham is always a welcome addition to the local landscape.

It’s not a Bellingham happy hour, late night, or just because night without delicious food to accompany your expertly crafted cocktails, and Amendment 21 has you covered. Whether you’re craving snacks or want to make it a meal, our classic shareable and main dishes satisfy any craving.

Eat Local Month Specials
Special: Lummi Island Wild Smoked Salmon with Cauliflower Mousseline and grilled vegetables with Nasturtium garnish

Featured Farms & Businesses: Lummi Island Wild, Spotted Owl Farm, Nimbus Farm

Aslan Brewing Co. is a locally owned and operated B-Corp brewpub pouring craft beer made on-site using 100% organic ingredients. Located in the heart of Bellingham, Aslan Brewing serves up local and seasonal food to pair with its wide variety of unique beers. 
Eat Local Month Specials
Special: Umami Grilled Sockeye Salmon with Pickled Beets, Granny Smith Apples, Feta Cheese, Candied Walnuts, and Spring Mix tossed in a Shallot Vinaigrette

Featured Farms & Businesses: Ralph’s Greenhouse, Samish Bay Cheese, Lummi Island Wild, Crow’s Farm

Bantam Kitchen & Bar serves Rotisserie Chicken, Fried Chicken, Southern Style Sides and Cocktails. Bantam is family-friendly downstairs, 21 and over upstairs.
Eat Local Month Specials
Specials: Salt Roasted Beets (beets, citrus, blackberry infused honey, herbs, pumpkin
seeds, whipped goat cheese); Rotisserie Cauliflower (local cauliflower cooked in our Woodstone rotisserie with a turmeric and oregano vinaigrette)
Featured Farm: Joe’s Gardens
Bar Cicotti (chi-koh-ti) is a coffee and wine bar with fun simple Italian-style eats located inside the Whatcom Museum’s Lightcatcher building in downtown Bellingham and brought to you by the owner of Storia Cucina, Jonathan Cicotti. Cicotti is Jonathan’s Italian family’s name where many of his recipes and roots come from in Cento in Northern Italy. Just as in Italy, Bar Cicotti serves as a coffee bar during the day and a drinking bar at night.

Eat Local Month Special


Eat Local Flatbread!

  • Cairnspring Mills flour flatbread, Ferndale Farmstead hand-stretched mozzarella, Sonder Farmstead tomatoes, FarmWild basil pesto.

Eat Local Bruschetta!

  • Cairnspring Mills flour sourdough, Sonder Farmstead tomatoes, Ferndale Farmstead mozzarella, FarmWild basil, olive oil, Saba

Featured Farms & Restaurants: Cairnspring Mills, Ferndale Farmstead, FarmWild, Sonder Farmstead

The Beach Store Cafe on Lummi Island is located just steps from the Lummi Island ferry dock and boasts a cozy atmosphere with spectacular views of Mt. Baker, the Whatcom Chief and Portage Island. In summer, guests can enjoy seating on the covered front porch or in the all-ages “beer garden”. The Beach Store Cafe hosts live music, by local musicians, year-round. The menu is varied, fresh, and changes with the seasons, featuring local seafood and Detroit Style Pizza.

Eat Local Month Special
Special: Reefnet Salmon Fish and Chips
Bellingham Cider Co. is a local craft cider producer and restaurant with a full bar overlooking the Waterfront District of downtown Bellingham. Our food is prepped fresh and we source our products from local farms and businesses. Our small-batch ciders have no added sulfites, sugars or preservatives.

Eat Local Month Special

Drink: “Pumpkin Spice Scandal” with Bourbon, pumpkin vermouth (with local pumpkins) Curacao and local rhubarb amaro bitters.

Dishes: Vegetable Rigatoni—Bellingham Pasta Company pasta with Cascadia oyster mushrooms, charred corn, pecorino and Lynonnaise sauce

Vegan Caprese Pizza—featuring Cairnspring Mills flour and Regino Farm tomatoes

Romesco Cauliflower—featuring Hedlin Farms cauliflower in a zesty Romesco sauce

Green Curry Mussels—featuring Penn Cove and Taylor Shellfish mussels





Black Sheep was opened in 2016 by the owners of Goat Mountain Pizza with a mission to serve great Margaritas, Palomas, and original cocktails alongside a menu of bar snacks and made-from-scratch tacos served on hand-pressed tortillas, made fresh everyday.


Address: 1107 Railroad Avenue, BellinghamWA 98225
Bellingham’s original craft beer destination, Boundary Bay Brewery, is a quintessential community institution. Since 1995, their mission has been to connect award-winning brews and handcrafted meals with the Community.

Located in Downtown Bellingham, Boundary Bay houses a Taproom, family-friendly Bistro, a dog-friendly deck and Beer Garden with outdoor concerts.With a taplist overflowing with a wide-variety of IPAs, lagers and their legendary Scotch Ale, it’s easy to pair with eclectic restaurant menu. Each day menu items are made from scratch utilizing locally-sourced Northwest ingredients.


Eat Local Month Special
Special: Hopped Berry Salad – baby spinach tossed in a hopped berry dressing with blueberries, farmstead peppercorn cheese, masala pickled shallot, and toasted hazelnuts.

​Featured Farms & Businesses:

Blueberries: Hayton Farms (Mount Vernon)
Hazelnuts: Holmquist (Lynden)
Cheese: Twin Sisters Creamery (Ferndale)
Masala: Spice Hut (Bellingham)
Breadfarm is a small artisan bakery, located in the village of Edison, just off Chuckanut Drive in the beautiful Skagit Valley.  Our naturally leavened bread and European influenced pastry are full of the best local and organic ingredients available.  Find us in Edison, at select farmers markets, or look for our breads delivered fresh daily to restaurants and grocers throughout Skagit and Whatcom counties.   We are a passionate bunch of bakers, changing the world, one loaf at a time.   
Eat Local Month Special

Special: Pear Gateau

Featured Food Business: Cairnspring Mills

Good eats, good smells, and good sips. Cafe Blue is a Queer & Black owned cafe in the heart of Fairhaven, with in-house made pastries. Our guest roaster program has tasty new coffees being brewed on bar and on our shelves. Come in and let our sweet staff love on you and hype you up 🙂

Eat Local Month Special
Specials: All coffee and milk drinks are 100% local (Steed Coffee roasted in Bellingham and Grace Harbor Farms Milk in Lynden)
Blueberry scones (Mama’s Garden blueberries & Cairnspring Mills Flour)
Rotating fruit and veggie galette (Mama’s Garden fruit, veggies from our baker’s garden, Cairnspring Mills Flour)
Featured Farms & Businesses: Mama’s Garden, Cairnsprings, Grace Harbor, Steed Coffee

A local favorite since 1981, our award-winning Calico Cupboard Cafés & Bakeries produce made-from-scratch breakfasts, lunches, pastries, and country-baked bread that rivals any small town café or baked good throughout the Pacific Northwest.  Expect wholesome, old-fashioned recipes with a modern twist including gluten-free and organic grains, and ingredients sourced from local farms and reputable ranches. 
Eat Local Month Special
Special: Skagit Hash – fresh broccoli, tomato, spinach, mushrooms, red onion, garlic  and crushed red pepper flakes on a generous portion of our famous country potatoes, topped with mozzarella and feta cheese

Featured Farms & Businesses: Griffin Creek Farm, Cabrera Farm

Camber is a specialty coffee roaster in Bellingham, WA. At our flagship café in historic downtown, we serve a seasonally rotating breakfast and lunch menu, house-made pastries, and of course our rotating single origin coffees and blends. Our team takes pride in our attention to detail and expressing creativity through the craft of beverage and food.

Eat Local Month Special


  • Blueberry Jam Latte
  • Buttered Mushroom Tartine (pictured)
    • Crispy Cascadia Mushrooms shiitakes, Ralph’s Greenhouse green kale, melted Samish Bay herb gouda, and Ferndale Farmstead asiago to finish.

Featured Farms & Businesses: Grace Harbor Farms (milk), local blueberries, Cascadia Mushrooms, Ralph’s Greenhouse, Samish Bay Cheese, Ferndale Farmstead

Pizza, Beer, and lots of fun, unique items. Elizabeth Station is what a 7-Eleven would be like if there was one in the Shire. 

Eat Local Month Special

Cascadia Mushroom Pizza

  • Ricotta sauce, roasted mushrooms, red onions, fresh mozzarella and finished with a squeeze of fresh lemon, roasted garlic oil, pecorino and parsley.

Featured Farms & Restaurants: Cairnsprings Mills, Ferndale Farmstead, Cascadia Mushrooms, Daydream Farm

Address: 1200 11th Street, Bellingham, WA 98225

Evolve Cafe and Chocolate has its home above Village Books, one of the largest independent bookstores in Washington. The cafe is renowned as a source for local and sustainable food and products, all while overlooking beautiful Bellingham. The dishes are served on Bellingham-made pottery. Their organic coffee is sourced from a local family who has been their supplier since day one. The tables where patrons laugh and dine are upcycled Douglas fir from a 100-year-old Fairhaven house roof. Everything in the cafe has a story, from the food to the “writers corner” to the green living wall that infuses the air with extra oxygen. 

Eat Local Month Special

Special: Vegetable or Beef Lasagna, made of Skagit River Ranch ground beef, Joe’s Garden tomatoes, Bellingham Pasta, Blanchard Mountain Farm eggplant, FarmWild eggs and (aquaponic) basil, Ferndale Farmstead Mozzarella, Ralph’s Greenhouse leeks and fennel, utilizing Puget Sound Food Hub for additional ingredients.

Featured Farms & Businesses: Skagit River Ranch, Joe’s Gardens, Bellingham Pasta, Blanchard Mountain Farm, FarmWild, Ferndale Farmstead, Ralph’s Greenhouse, Puget Sound Food Hub

The Great Blue Heron Grill at Semiahmoo Golf and Country Club features seasonal and locally sourced ingredients in a picturesque setting on an award-winning Arnold Palmer designed course.  The restaurant is open to the public, so stop in and enjoy an elevated dining and cocktail experience for lunch, dinner or Sunday brunch!

Eat Local Month Special
Special: Skagit River Ranch Crispy Pork Belly, Ralph’s Greenhouse braised red cabbage with Lost Peacock chevre, Cascadia Mushrooms and herbed spaetzle

Featured Farms & Restaurants: Skagit River Ranch, Ralph’s Greenhouse, Lost Peacock Creamery, Cascadia Mushrooms

Holly’s Meat Pies celebrates the tradition of the Cornish Pasty we make our pasties from scratch in the heart of Whatcom’s organic farmland. Partnering with local farmers to grow and raise the ingredients for our old-style meat pies (and veggie pies) has made Holly’s Meat Pies a popular destination spot. Offered hot, chilled or frozen. We proudly source from Meadow Fed, Appel, Broadleaf, Terra Verde, Hopewell, Cloud Mountain Farms and use Fairhaven Flour Mill Organic Flour – taste the difference good ingredients make!

Eat Local Month Special

Spinach & Feta Pasty

  • Garlic mashed potatoes made with Broadleaf Farm organic potatoes, fresh organic spinach, Appel Farms feta cheese, organic onions from Broadleaf Farms, fresh parsley, gravy made with hints of Nutmeg all wrapped into our buttery, flaky pastry made with Fairhaven Mill Organic Flour

Featured Farms & Businesses: Broadleaf FarmAppel Farms, Fairhaven Flour Mill.



Since 2001, Mallard Ice Cream has innovated more than 600 flavors using organic and locally grown produce and exotic spices from specialty crafters. A taste (or a pint) of Mallard is a downtown Bellingham experience on everyone’s list.

Eat Local Month Special

Blueberry Ice Cream

Aronia Berry Ice Cream

Basil Ice Cream

Featured Farms & Businesses: Wendi Farms, Cloud Mountain Farm Center, Growing Garden

New Mexico Tamale Company‘s tamales are lard free, shortening free and Gluten free. We have a variety of flavors in Pork, Chicken, Vegetarian & Vegan. They are all handmade from scratch. We are a small batch company and do not use large machinery. Just good ol’ fashioned elbow grease! We believe that handmade is the BEST and ONLY way. All of our tamales are GENEROUSLY filled! We know you love our masa…but we do not skimp on the fillings 

Eat Local Month Special
Specials: *Cascadia Tamale
*Sweet Corn Tamale
*Queso Tamale
*Aztec Tamale
*Sweet Berry Tamale

The Old Town Cafe is a family-owned business. We prepare all our dishes in-house using as many local, regional and organic ingredients as possible. We serve local milk, eggs, beef, bread, chicken, spirits and beer year-round.. We also offer a backdrop for showcasing local artists and musicians and we strive to achieve a worker friendly workplace. 

Eat Local Month Special
Special: Day Creek organic eggs, Great Harvest toast, Thorough//Fare tempeh, Flying Bird Tea with Washington potatoes.

Featured Farms & Businesses: Great Harvest Bread, Thourough Fare Tempeh

Featuring delicious shareable plates and creative craft cocktails along with a full bar, Penny Farthing is the perfect downtown Bellingham destination for any occasion. Penny Farthing’s menu is designed to tantalize the senses, taking advantage of the freshest local ingredients and the two Wood Stone ovens that anchor our kitchen.

Penny Farthing also boasts a full bar staffed by some of the most talented mixologists in the PNW. Come by to try a Penny Farthing original or two, as well as our innovative interpretations of old classics. We offer an extensive wine, beer, and cider menu as well.

Eat Local Month Special

Heirloom Tomatoes – Flynn Farms

Baby Heirloom Tomatoes – Flynn Farms

Baby Rainbow Radishes – Flynn Farms

Basil – Broomstick Farm






Receiving a produce delivery from Flynn Farms

Where New Mexico meets the Pacific Northwest. Pepper Sisters is a family-owned business that has been cooking up wholesome, scratch-made southwestern cuisine for over 30 years. We are proud to utilize numerous locally-grown ingredients, create seasonally-inspired specials, and offer many vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options. 

Eat Local Month Special

Pepita Taco Salad

House pinto beans and corn chips with greens (from The Crows Farm) tossed in a pepita vinaigrette with pico de gallo (tomatoes from Mariposa Farm; onions from Spring Time Farm; cilantro from The Crows Farm), queso fresco, herbed sour cream, and toasted pepitas.

Pork & Posole Stew

Green chili-simmered pork (pork from Skagit River Ranch) and posole stew with house cabbage salad (cabbage and green leaf lettuce from Ralph’s Greenhouse) and blue corn quesadillas (blue corn tortillas from Three Sisters Nixtamal).





Nourishment and wellness come together at Persimmon Bistro, sharing the beautiful gardens of Bow Sanctuary. At Persimmon, we believe food can be an experience that awakens the senses, brings people together in community, and invites us all to pause and appreciate the moment. Persimmon Bistro offers a variety of thoughtful breakfast and lunch bites, made with fresh and locally sourced ingredients.
Eat Local Month Special

Special: Vegetable or Beef Lasagna, made of Skagit River Ranch ground beef, Joe’s Garden tomatoes, Bellingham Pasta, Blanchard Mountain Farm eggplant, FarmWild eggs and (aquaponic) basil, Ferndale Farmstead Mozzarella, Ralph’s Greenhouse leeks and fennel, utilizing Puget Sound Food Hub for additional ingredients.

Featured Farms & Businesses: Skagit River Ranch, Joe’s Gardens, Bellingham Pasta, Blanchard Mountain Farm, FarmWild, Ferndale Farmstead, Ralph’s Greenhouse, Puget Sound Food Hub

Plantage is a weekly, meal subscription service offering ready to eat, nutritionally sound meals that are designed to tantalize your taste buds, nourish your body and keep you fueled for your busy life.

Eat Local Month Special
Heirloom Tomato Galette + Summer Soup
A rustic free-form galette filled with cashew-’cheese’, heirloom tomatoes, leeks and fresh herbs. Topped with a garnish salad of arugula, lemon zest and black pepper. Brothy, herby soup with summer squashes, kohlrabi, fennel, celery, carrot, tomato, kale and giant Corona beans.
Featured Farms & Businesses: Cairnspring Mills, Farmers Market produce
Pure Bliss Desserts is a from-scratch, all-natural bakery, specializing in layered cakes, cupcakes, cheesecakes, torte, gourmet dessert wedges & cookies. We live closely to our philosophy of only using the best ingredients possible, locally sourcing those ingredients when possible, and creating all our delectable desserts in small batches to ensure the highest quality. We truly LOVE what we do and enjoy pouring Bliss into our incredible community of Bellingham and beyond through desserts with integrity and care.
Eat Local Month Special
1. Browned Butter Apple Bourbon Tart (GF): | classic tart crust, local appled baked into a browned butter custard, local whipped cream topping with house made caramel bourbon drizzle
2. Chocolate Torte (GF) | a decadent flourless chocolate torte made with K’ul Chocolate and local organic eggs & heavy whipping cream. Like biting to the creamy center of a truffle.
3. Creme Brulee (GF) | rich & smooth custard base made with local eggs & cream, then topped with a layer of hardened caramelized sugar

Raven Breads is a small, bicycle-based bakery in Bellingham, making whole grain, sourdough bread & pastry with organic ingredients grown and gathered (with a few tropical exceptions) in the Pacific Northwest. The selection changes seasonally. Available at the Bellingham Farmers Markets, through the Viva Farms CSA, the Growing Washington CSA, our own Bread Subscription, and for wholesale order. Find Raven Breads at their new brick-and-mortar location at 205 Prospect Street.
Eat Local Month Special

Special: Vollkornbrot made with organic rye grown by Kevin Tevelde in Sumas and Boldly Grown Farm in Bow, flour milled by Fairhaven Mill in Skagit. Ingredients: organic rye, water, salt.

Rifugio’s County Italian Cuisine emphasizes locally sourced, high-quality ingredients that, paired with their charming atmosphere, allows guests to enjoy a restorative dining experience.

Eat Local Month Special
Special: Roasted local eggplant with miso-honey glaze served over herbed polenta

Featured Farm: Lone Willow Farms

Rome Grocery‘s Country Kitchen is cooking up fresh pastries, made to order menu items & premade family meals ready to go. Available in store you will find a selection of locally sourced groceries and self-care products along with the best selection of craft beer, cider & wine on Mt Baker Hwy. We also offer scoop ice cream, espresso, growler fills & Scratch and Peck feed. Community hub and keeping it local since 1915!

Eat Local Month Special

Pastry – Farmhouse Savory Scone

  • Flour – Cairnspring Mills
  • Cream/buttermilk – Edaleen Dairy
  • Eggs – Osprey Hills Farm/Farmwild
  • Butter – Golden Glen Creamery
  • Farmhouse Peppercorn Cheese – Twin Sisters Creamery
  • Bacon – Hemplers
  • Jalapeno – Broomstick/Spotted Owl Farm/Bender Row
Pizza – The Ratatouille
  • Crust: Flour – Cairnspring Mills
  • House-made Sauce: Eggplant – Red Shed Farm, Garlic – Broomstick
  • Toppings: Cheese – Ferndale Farmstead, Seasonal Vegetables (Yellow Squash
  • Red Slicer Tomatoes, Zucchini) – Spotted Owl Farm, Thyme – Osprey Hill Farm, Basil – Farm Wild

Featured Farms & Businesses: Cairnspring Mills, Edaleen Dairy, Osprey Hill, Farmwild, Golden Glen Creamery, Twin Sisters Creamery, Hemplers, Broomstick, Spotted Owl Farm, Bender Row, Red Shed Farm, Ferndale Farmstead

Saltadena Bakery & Cake Shop started as a home-based bakery for weddings and special events in 2016 and found its brick-and-mortar home in downtown Bellingham. Saltadena’s owner, Nancy Stuart, bakes delicious cakes and sweets and it’s her mission to provide joy through food and positive human interactions for her customers.

Eat Local Month Special

Special: Salted Honey Hazelnut Cream Puff

Featured Farms & Businesses: Holmquist Hazelnut Orchards, Cairnspring Mills, Nooksack Valley Bees

All of Selkie Scoop‘s ice cream is homemade in our renovated shipping container located on the Bellingham waterfront. We pride ourselves in also offering plant-based, freshly rolled waffle cones (or waffle bowls) with each scoop.

Eat Local Month Special
Special: Bow Hill Blueberry Ice Cream

Featured Farm: Bow Hill Blueberries

At Storia Cucina, San Francisco restauranteur, Lopez Island raised Jonathan Cicotti brings classic Italian food & cocktails to life. In our kitchen we make everything from scratch with quality, local products, including our pastas and breads, made with freshly milled flour from Cairnspring Mills. Our bar specializes in classic Italian cocktails done right. ‘Storia Cucina’ is made by the ingredients & people who produced them, the recipes & people who passed them on, the chefs & their passions, our wonderful staff, and guests who share these experiences with us.
Eat Local Month Special

Eat Local Month Pizza
  • Joe’s garden summer squash, house stretched mozzarella, zucchini, ricotta, black pepper, thyme, basil.
  • -add fennel sausage
Wild Mushroom Risotto
  • Cascadia farms mushrooms, white wine, butter, black garlic, pecorino

Featured Farms & Businesses: Joe’s Gardens, Ferndale Farmstead, Farmwild, Cairnsprings Mill, Taylor Shellfish



The Bistro at Shuksan is a Southern inspired farm to table kitchen. We work closely with local farmers to source our ingredients for our menu. Using sustainable practices is a priority for us to reduce waste. 
Eat Local Month Special

Special: Local King salmon with Wright Brothers Farm’s patty pan squash and sweet corn velouté, Osprey Hill Farm’s broccoli raab, and Crows Farm’s agretti

Featured Farms & Businesses: Wright Brothers Farm, Osprey Hills Farm, Crows Farm, Bigfoot Archie (aka Crab Bellingham)

The Vault Wine Bar celebrates PNW cuisine in Blaine, WA. They serve incredible local food, as well as wine, beer, and craft cocktails. They also have weekly events – Wine Wednesday, Trivia Thursday, Music Friday, Tasting Menu Saturday.
Eat Local Month Special


Miso Glazed Pork Belly

PNW Octopus Hash

  • Lummi Seafood Market Octopus, with andouille sausage, potatoes, Fresno chilies, onions, and poblano coulis

Featured Farms & Businesses: Skagit River Ranch, Spotted Owl Farm, Lummi Seafood Market


We prepare Norwegian, Buttermilk, Mochi, Brussels, and Liege-style waffles from scratch, featuring local, organic ingredients for our globally inspired menu. Find us Saturdays from 10-2 at the Bellingham Farmers Market and Sundays from 8:30-1:00 at BANTER Cafe in downtown Bellingham. Once a month, on Saturdays, we vend at the Lynden Farmers Market, and on Sundays at the Skagit Valley Farmers Market, held at the Christianson’s Vinery in Mount Vernon. In addition, we cater weddings, parties, and corporate events. 

Our team at Waffles in Paradise regards the PNW as a bountiful utopia and strive to support Whatcom & Skagit County farmers & producers. We source flour from Cairnspring Mill + Fairhaven Mill, eggs from East of Eden Farm, milk from Twin Brook Creamery, Maple Skyr yogurt from Steensma Creamery, sheep cheese from Harmony Fields, buttermilk from Grace Harbor Farms, local berries from Viva Farms and Mariposa Farm, cardamom from Living Earth Herbs, and vanilla & hibiscus sugar from The Kitchen Imp. 


Eat Local Month Special
Buttermilk waffle
  • Made with Cairnspring Mills AP Sequioa flour, eggs from Peace Meal Farm, milk from Twin Brook Creamery, buttermilk from Edaleen Dairy, vanilla bean sea salt from Drizzle, with vanilla beans from Wendi Farm blended into the batter; topped with blueberry jam & Maple Skyr yogurt from Steensma Creamery.
Savory Cornmeal waffle
  • Made with a blend of Bob’s Red Mill cornmeal and Fairhaven Mill oat flour, baked with Harmony Fields feta cheese and Greek oregano, topped with pesto and a dollop of plain yogurt from Steensma Creamery.

Featured Farms & Businesses: Cairnsprings Mills, Peace Meal Farm, Twin Brook Creamery, Edaleen Dairy, Drizzle, Wendi Farm, Steensma Creamery, Fairhaven Mill, Harmony Fields

Water Tank Bakery creates wholesome bread, cookies, and more. Bread is the cornerstone of the bakery’s offerings, making bread the slow way with long fermentation, sourdough levain, and locally sourced ingredients. This slow process ensures the development of maximum flavor complexity, consistency, and exceptional eating experience.All products are baked exclusively with NW grown grains, milled at Cairnspring Mills (right next door on Water Tank Road). These flours are stone ground and used fresh (to retain much of the wheat’s natural oils, fats, and vitamins). By taking advantage of produce and other ingredients available from local hard-working farmers and millers, Water Tank Bakery creates food that tastes of the unique abundance of the Skagit Valley.

Eat Local Month Special

Special: Lemon Curd Blueberry Strudel 

Featured Farms & Businesses: Carpenter Creek Farm, Cairnspring Mills

Thank you to our sponsors!

Whatcom Community Foundation
Community Food Co-op
Mt. Baker Care Center & Summit Place Assisted Living
Puget Sound Food Hub
Whatcom County