Bruciato and Bainbridge Brewing Alehouse

With everything that’s currently going on, and cities and countries ending lockdowns and beginning to ease restrictions, I hope everybody’s staying safe! Many restaurants have been offering delivery and curbside pickup, and are starting to expand outdoor dining options. Contact your local bars and restaurants for their most up-to-date hours.

There are a few more places that I went to while visiting Seattle. Staying downtown, I took a quick stroll and started off the morning with breakfast at All Water Seafood & Oyster Bar where I had the Dungeness Crab frittata and a butter biscuit.

My sister and I decided to do a little day trip to Bainbridge Island. Fares and schedules for the ferry can be found here. The trip from Seattle to Bainbridge Island is 35 minutes. It was nice scenic ride with views of Mount Rainier thanks to a clear, sunny day.

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Once we arrived, it was a short walk to downtown lined with a few shops and restaurants. We decided to stop by Bruciato for lunch and try their Neapolitan-style pizza.

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Our table was near the wood-burning oven.

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I ordered a glass of red wine and we shared the Olives e focaccia which had marinated olives and wood-fired flatbread.

They stick to Naples-style pizza made with Type “00” flour, San Marzano tomatoes, hand-stretched dough, and fresh mozzarella.

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My sister had the Vegano topped with pomodoro, taggiasca olives, kale, oregano, potatoes, roasted onions, and cashew parmesan.

I ordered a classic Margherita – pomodoro, mozzarella, olive oil, basil, and grana padano.

We enjoyed our pizza lunch and afterwards I remember walking past Bainbridge Brewing Alehouse located just a block from the ferry terminal, so I had to check it out.

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I tend to go with a beer flight if its available so I can try a few different beers. Of course I had to try a couple IPAs. They also have wine and craft ciders.

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Before catching the ferry back to Seattle, we stopped by the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art which offers rotating exhibitions by contemporary local artists. Admission is free.

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We caught the ferry back to Seattle soon after leaving the museum. Although we didn’t wander far from the small town, it was a nice afternoon on Bainbridge Island.

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All Water Seafood & Oyster Bar
1000 1st Ave
Seattle, WA 98104
(206) 357-9000
Website

Bruciato
236 Winslow Way E
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
(206) 201-3462
Website

Bainbridge Brewing Alehouse
500 Winslow Way E #110
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
(206) 317-6986
Website

Bainbridge Island Museum of Art
550 Winslow Way E.
Bainbridge Island, WA
(206) 842-4451
Website

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