Great service food good. Inexpensive. Parking on street is free. Dylan on audio. We had pulled pork. Big portions.
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On a cold winter day, warm up with their wonderful soups and sandwhiches. The place was packed but well worth any wait. Great omelettes and homemade specialties.
Located in downtown Bainbridge close to the ferry, this is a busy cafe which offers hearty comfort food with healthy options. I had lunch there with my sister in law, my two kids and my niece. The dining area is small. We had a brief...More
This place is a local institution recommended to us by friends who are Bainbridge Island residents. We ate breakfast and were not disappointed--both the omelet and the french toast we ordered were delicious. Very friendly staff as well, and we enjoyed the "locals" vibe even...More
Very small location, but they have an excellent breakfast.Its in walking distance from the ferry. the service was excellent and we ate and had time to walk back to the ferry for the return trip back to Seattle..
Streamliner is known for its breakfasts, but it also offers nice dinners that are consistently well-executed. The staff is great and the wine list is good and accessible. The atmosphere is diner-sequel, but that makes it quite relaxed and comfortable. It's a nice dinner options...More
Throw back to the main street diners of days gone by, the Streamliner is small, quaint and charming. Table seating and a counter that overlooks the cook and grill. One big difference from days gone by is that a cup of coffee (organic, vegan, green,...More
We have been going here for well over 35 years and recently returned after a long absence. We found it to be consistently popular and pretty much the same after a long absence. It is magnet for locals and visitors, especially for breakfast. Ownership has...More
Have been going here for 25 yrs and have seen numerous turnovers in ownership. What once was an amazing little breakfast diner is now a diner where I’m not sure what went wrong. My biscuits and gravy were e, but the gravy tasted like it...More