Ship Bay Restaurant
Inn at Ship Bay’s Dining Room offers seasonal menus that predominantly feature fresh, locally farmed products. We strive to use only sustainably harvested seafood, antibiotic and hormone free meats and poultry. All of our foods, breads, and desserts are created in-house, using the best products we can find. Our food is fresh, nutritious and produced daily. Our bread is baked using a sourdough starter that is over 100 years old. We make every attempt to know where our ingredients come from and feel that it makes a big difference in each dish we serve.
Inn at Ship’s Bay, which is not in town, but located at 326 Olga Road on the way to Moran State Park.
Geddes Martin is an inventive and superb chef. He is the reason we started raising Mangalitsa pigs. The meals at the Inn at Shipbay are always phenomenal. If you want more of the local vibe, eat in the bar.
Our favorite fine dining on Orcas Island. Peaceful setting just outside of town. Sophisticated menu and locally sourced ingredients.
Beautiful Bistro! This food is like a work of art. Trust the kitchen and order a tasting menu. It is well thought out and always tasty. Or sit in the bar and order the best burger on island. Another good sunset view.
The Ship Bay Restaurant, a few miles east of town, specializes in seasonal, locally-sourced cuisine. If you go east on Crescent Beach Drive and make a right on Olga Road, you'll be headed toward Moran State Park.
“Located behind the Tres Fabu Boutique on N. Beach Rd., The Kitchen serves fresh, local, organic Asian-inspired food in an outdoor setting.”
“We recommend this outfit also. Nature guide aboard to explain what you are looking at and points of interest.”
“Hit the 5-6 happy hour for gourmet appetizers in the bar. Try the Kobe beef sliders, garlic fries and a $5 glass of wine (all day). Steve is the best bartender in town. ”
“It's where the locals go for a cold one, to watch a game, play pool, karaoke, has reasonably priced food. No children.”