Nice little, multiplex theater in "The Pavilion", right in the heart of Winslow. There's restaurants in the same building (Indian, Mexican, Japanese/Pan-Asian and more.
“Our locally owned general store located in the original Central Store Building, built by Lucas Rodal in 1912. You'll find a nursery, gift shop, clothing store and food items. ”
“An old 1930s theater showing first-rate and off-beat films. Best buttered popcorn.”
“Excellent food and fun atmosphere. A favorite! Tucked behind the Bainbridge Island Art Museum and the Brewery on Winslow Way by the ferry dock.”
“If you're looking for a long stroll in a classic PNW forest, this is the place. It's deep, dark, dramatic & lovely. Many of the trees are old growth, which means they're massive and awesome examples of the trees that built the west coast. There's two sections to the forest, accessible from various entry points. I'm happy to describe them in detail if you want to consult. Or just go for it... you can't get lost. And no, there's no lions, tigers or bears.”