The Madrona Bar & Grill
11 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
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Madrona Bar and Grill has great hamburgers and is right on the water, it’s in the building on the left side of Darvils.
The Madrona is my go-to for a good balance of view and food quality. The restaurant sits right on the water and if you are lucky enough to sit outside on their deck on a warm summer day to enjoy a plate of their fish and chips... you may never leave Orcas.
With patio views overlooking the Eastsound harbor, this bar & grill is hard to beat when it comes to scenic romance. Excellent oysters. Try to book a reservation at sunset for maximum breathtaking views.
The bar and grill on the main floor is great for casual dining, while upstairs you'll find more formal dining and craft cocktails at The Loft.
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“No frills cafe popular with locals. Decent coffee, bites, plenty of tables and Wifi. ”
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