Owner treated me and my family extremely rude. Never experienced anything like it. No wonder it is for sale. Wait staff was fearful of him too. Would give a negative rating if possible
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Nice little find across the street from our Friday Harbor accommodations. We’re doing a low-carb thing at the moment and the dishes were easy to customize for that. Cute diner vibe, reasonable coffee, and friendly casual service. Would ( and probably will) come again.
Hungry Clam is a charming, friendly diner with a large menu. We were greeted as soon as we walked in the door, and offered a table with a great view outside. My fried oysters were delish, and the french fries were nice and crispy. This...More
While on vacation recently we stayed 2 days in Friday Harbor. When I asked for a good breakfast place The Hungry Clam was recommended so we decided to try it. The food was good but not the best. I asked for over medium eggs but...More
We loved our breakfast and atmosphere at the Happy Clam! Great service and great food! We found the place quite by accident the day before but they were already closed and were glad we went back the next day!
My friends MOM,always wants to take us to Breakfast when we are on San Juan Island, Herbs Tavern was not serving Breakfast on Monday, So, we headed to the Hungry Clam, Two of us had the Eggs Benedict and has browns, 1 had a short...More
I live in Friday Harbor. My husband and I eat breakfast here fairly regularly and have only been a little disappointed one time this summer. Breakfast is the usual - eggs, hashbrowns (country or shredded), pancakes, waffles, etc. A friend regularly orders the Eggs Benedict...More
This quaint little cafe, just above the ferry lanes, has a great view, with good food that is reasonably priced. Service is friendly, but when they get busy, especially on the weekends, it takes a long time to get your food once your order is...More
My husband and I enjoyed this place since it is so casual and down-to-earth, and the breakfasts were good, nothing fancy, but good enough. The decor is 50's or 60's diner style. The location is great since it's right next to the ferry lines and...More