Taste the Skagit Valley! These eateries have a strong commitment to sourcing local ingredients, products, and craft beverages.
121-B Freeway Drive, Mt Vernon, WA
Monday – Sunday 7:30 – 3
720 1st Street, La Conner, WA
Open Daily 8 – 3
901 Commercial Avenue, Anacortes, WA
Open Daily 7 – 2
A sustainable, made-from-scratch bakery and cafe, sourcing local food systems for their ingredients – Calico Cupboard is known for having the sweetest buns in town.
cob + cork handcrafts local ingredients into comfort food and drinks. Their historic building creates a vibrant and cozy atmosphere. Along with the decadent menu, they offer a selection of locally roasted espresso, drinks, scratch-made desserts, and craft cocktails. Open for dinner and brunch on Sunday!
For more then 15 years, Nell Thorn has emphasized the farm-to-table dining experience in La Conner. They are known for having long-standing relationships with area farmers and producers and emphasize seasonal local ingredients when they are at their peak.
Skagit Landing is a locally owned & operated farm-to-fork restaurant. Born & raised in the Skagit Valley, they strive to celebrate the “bounty of the county” on every plate.
Taylor Shellfish Farm operates one of the region’s finest Oyster Bars and Seafood Markets out of Samish Bay. Their menu is seasonally focused and highlights seafood from the estuaries off the coast of Skagit County.
Food Alliance certified | clams, mussels, and oysters considered “best choices” by the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch Program.
Terramar showcases Skagit-sourced award-winning craft drinks and outstanding culinary creations. They are also a family-friendly and pet-friendly establishment.
Terramar most recently won awards in the 2022 San Fransisco World Spirits & ADI International Spirits Competition and the 2022 Sip Magazine Best of the Northwest Awards.
Sourcing from local artisans, brewers, and farmers, The Fairhaven uses the Valleys finest ingredients to create mouthwatering dishes from scratch.