This small fry house near the Bremerton Ferry Terminal is a great spot for an afternoon Belgian beer and frites snack. A delicious selection of frites sauces and imported Belgian beers are on tap. Read more.
Meet up with old friends over a pint of beer, fish-n-chips or a fresh salad for lunch. Off work early? Relax in the bar for happy hour and enjoy Sinclair Inlet waterfront views from Bremerton. Read more.
Welcome home, Navy! Bremerton's etch-a-sketch attempt at urban planning has erased some favorites like the once-landmark Crow's Nest Tavern years ago. The Drift Inn captures old town ambience. Read more.
Bremerton's dining scene is picking up. Check out Sabaidee which is not far from the ferry terminal. Fresh flavors and great taste offered at friendly cafe serving Thai, Vietnamese and Lao cuisine. Read more.
The historic 1930 Manette Bridge spanning Bremerton and Manette over Port Washington Narrows has been replaced with a newer crossing for safety concerns. The steel grid original will be missed. Read more.
Locally esteemed Port Orchard restaurant that's served breakfast and cocktails to locals, old salts, and navy guys in town from Bremerton caught fire on July 1, 2011. Sad news for Bay St. cafe. Read more.
Show up 5-10 minutes early if you're walking. The first couple ferries of the morning are usually packed, so show up 30-60 minutes early. Read more.
Bremerton and Port Orchard residents can ditch the car and travel on the Kitsap Transit Foot Ferry connecting both cities. Travel time is about 12 minutes to local cafes and pubs on either side. Read more.