Coupeville Foodie Adventure

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There is something warm and inviting about the community in Coupeville. It is baked right into all the yummy experiences you are about to have on your foodie adventure in this most historic town. Each dining experience is unique and personable with the backdrop of Penn Cove and the views from almost every eatery.

Did You Know Coupeville restaurant owners and servers support each other by going on foodie adventures? A foodie adventure is when you try a different course such as appetizers, entrees, and dessert at different restaurants.

Ciao
Talk about your authentic experience, they literally bake the unique natural water of Coupeville into their pizza dough with its blend of minerals and salts which perfectly emulates the mountain spring water found and used in pizzerias in Naples. Every bite is filled with fresh ingredients cooked just right to bring out the best flavors.

Christophers
Christophers on Whidbey has been serving up their fresh and creative twist on Northwest cuisine for over 30 years. With so many delectable dishes, you'll have to come back to try everything from succulent bacon-wrapped pork tenderloin, the Penn Cove seafood stew, the raspberry barbecued salmon, or the delicious home made desserts.

Phad Thai Restaurant
You are welcomed right into their living room in this historic Victorian era home which has been converted into a cozy restaurant. They serve classic Thai dishes featuring fresh seafood and lots of vegetarian options. Insider Tip: Get the Pla Koong with grilled shrimp with lime juice, lemongrass, red onion, mint, and cilantro. Your tummy will thank you!

Knead and Feed
A restaurant and bakery, Knead and Feed has been a scrumptious facet of Coupeville's foodie scene since 1974. Now run by the third generation of the Kroon family, you'll find fresh baked bread, pies, cinnamon rolls and pastries at their bakery. In their restaurant, you can enjoy sandwiches made with their "from-scratch" bread, And what is a sandwich without a soup or salad on the side?

The Cove Cafe
Located at the end of a long sturdy pier, the historic Coupeville Wharf is home to the Cove Cafe and other delightful shops. Enjoy fresh seafood themed soups, sandwiches and fresh pasties with views of Penn Cove you aren't going to find anywhere else in Coupeville.

We've only highlighted a few of the amazing restaurants and cafes in Coupeville, you'll find even more places to mix and match drinks, appetizers, entrees and desserts to create your own foodie adventure.

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