We had a pleasant lunch here before boarding the ferry. The mussels and fish and chips were excellent, but the pate starter was a huge disappointment. It was a creamy, runny mixture lacking in taste because it was too diluted.
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Stopped for a quick bite here after leaving the San Juan's. Had a delicious bowl of tomato soup topped with crunchy bits of Parmesan cheese and accompanied by house made focaccia bread. We also had the flat bread which was delicious with Spanish chorizo, manchego...More
Ate lunch at this delicious restaurant. I had clam chowder. It was probably the best I've ever had. My daughter had the mussels. They were enormous! and so good. Service was great. Atmosphere was awesome.
We wanted a nice lunch before catching our afternoon ferry to the San Juans. Found this one on Google and thought it sounded perfect. It was. It's small and beautiful inside, lots of dark wood, beautiful bar. The menu is wonderfully inventive. Everything we ordered...More
First glance at the menu, I realized I had found that special, excellent, perfect menu choice restaurant. Its not only the food but the little touches, the iced bottle filled with water that remains at your table, the tiny table lamp, the salt served in...More
We were staying in Anacortes for a couple days and were looking for a good restaurant. A'Town was recommended to us by the owner of the B&B we were staying at during our visit. We made reservations (recommended) and were seated immediately upon arrival. The...More
We have been to the ''A'' Town Bistro a number of times ( for lunch & dinner ) ... with friends - family ( including our grandsons - ages 66 & 9 ) and have ALWAYS found the food & service to be XLNT !...More
Read the reviews, thought we'd give it a try. Kate sat us, nice water bottle, etc. Then she brought two meals to the table on the left. I asked then and there what IS THAT ?? Clam chowder and Mussels. Kate joked, and i got...More