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SOLD OUT: History Museum Is Lying—Again

This event is now sold out (9/18/15). The Bainbridge Island Historical Museum is holding its fourth annual Lives and Lies fundraising party on Saturday, September 19. This time, the focus of their lies is Eagledale’s heritage. You probably didn’t know that Eagledale was once a Nike missile site, but that’s true, probably, as is the fact that…

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Curried Jade Dumplings? This Saturday Go from Farm to Fork to Cork (with Podcast)

Reading the menu is almost unbearable it sounds so good, and I may have to stop writing this at any moment to go get lunch. The EduCulture Farm to Fork to C0rk dinner this Saturday August 2 promises scrumptiousness of the locally grown variety. The EduCulture Partnership is an initiative of Global Source Education, which…

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Bainbridge Island Brewery Takes Gold in Washington Beer Awards

Bainbridge Island Brewery, which just celebrated its second anniversary yesterday, June 21, had a growler of a day June 14 at the Washington Brewers Festival held at Marymoor Park. The local brewery took gold in the Washington Beer Awards in the Belgian Ales category with its Bainbridge Blonde, beating out Poulsbo’s Valholl Brewing Company and…

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Islander Featured on KCTS 9 Cooking Show

Susan Wiersema, who many Islanders may know as the artist/teacher who likes to make portraits of people’s pets, is also a cook. And on yesterday’s (May 17) episode of KCTS 9 Cooks she joined other Seattle-area home kitchen masters whipping up simple meals using their best recipes. The episode was hosted by Mark Christopher and Chef Carol Dearth of…

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Bainbridge Vineyards Reopens This Weekend with New Name, Look, Vision, and—Wine

On Saturday, December 13, after a reorganizational hiatus, Bainbridge Island Vineyard and Winery is reopening as Bainbridge Vineyards. Along with the new, faster-to-say name are an updated label, a new organizational structure and long-term vision, and even different wine, with, in general, a drier taste. The changes are the result of a co-op approach and the…

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Bainbridge Bakers Selected for America’s Best Coffeehouse Competition: Vote for Them Here

Our own Bainbridge Bakers has been selected as one of 9 semifinalists in the second annual Western Regional Championships of DaVinci Gourmet’s America’s Best Coffeehouse Competition. Having passed the first hurdle, Bainbridge Bakers will be visited sometime before September 4 by a “secret shopper” from CoffeeFest who will in part decide if BB advances to the finalist…

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Hitchock’s Brendan McGill Honored as The People’s Best New Chef

Announced this morning, March 19, Food & Wine Magazine readers and foodies at large have just honored Hitchcock’s culinary innovator Brendan McGill as The People’s Best New Chef of 2013. McGill garnered the most votes in an elite field of 100 national contenders. [Read our in-depth interview with McGill] McGill studied at the Art Institute of…

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After 6 Years, Restaurant to Close but BI BBQ Not Going out of Business

If you’re a fan of the juicy ribs BI BBQ has been slow-cooking at 251 Winslow Way West for nearly six years, don’t despair that the restaurant is closing its doors. Owner Greg Epstein says emphatically, “We are not going out of business.” He explains that the closure is due to the fact that the…

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Hitchcock’s Brendan McGill Named One of America’s Best New Chefs by Food & Wine Magazine

Hitchcock fan? The Bainbridge Island restaurant, that is. If the answer is yes, you aren’t the only one to notice what owner and chef Brendan McGill is serving up these days. Food & Wine has selected McGill among the ten best chefs in the Northwest/Pacific region for its annual round up of the ten most talented new…

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Puget Sound’s Premiere Whisky-Tasting Will Support Our Wild Whiskered Friends

The owls, coyotes, eagles, otters, and countless other wildlife rehabilitated at West Sound Wildlife Shelter may not care about fine whisky, but they sure need your help, and the Whiskies for Wildlife fundraiser on Bainbridge Island is a fun way to give it. This third annual tradition features 135 rare and exclusive whiskies to sample and…

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Ways to Share Your Food This Thanksgiving

4:59 p.m. Some of us in this community have food to throw. And others are struggling to put some on the table each night. During this Thanksgiving Holiday, if you’re one of the lucky ones, you have a cornucopia of opportunities to share your bounty. 1. Ordway Food Walk Friday, November 9 | 12:30 p.m….

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“Islands” Smack Down in Snackdown Against Capitol Hill Eateries

10:22 a.m. The Island Team (consisting of Islands Bainbridge, Vashon, and Bremerton—wuh?) has claimed the title of best place to eat in The Seattle Weekly‘s Snackdown contest, which pitted Seattle neighborhoods against each other, squared off Seattle-area regions in competition, and then challenged the winners of each of the two brackets to a duel. With…

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Wine Crush for Bainbridge’s Fledgling Osprey Point Wines (w/ Photo Gallery)

9:55 p.m. Over at Eagle Harbor Wine Company in Coppertop Loop on Wednesday, owner Hugh Remash shared his expertise with new Bainbridge wine entrepreneur Emily Parsons. Parsons told me that she hauled 3 tons of Merlot grapes from Walla Walla in a big box truck to begin the complicated process of her first go at…

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Bainbridge Uncorked Photo Gallery

by Maya Edwards June 28, 2012 Here are some images from last weekend’s Bainbridge Uncorked, the third annual wine festival on Bainbridge.       [galleryview id=42 showPanels=true showCaptions=true showFilmstrip=true panelWidth=480 panelHeight=400 panelScale=nocrop transitionSpeed=800 transitionInterval=4000 fadePanels=true overlayPosition=bottom overlayOpacity=0.7 frameWidth=60 frameHeight=40 filmstripPosition=bottom pointerSize=19 frameScale=crop frameGap=5 frameOpacity=0.3 easingValue=swing navTheme=light startFrame=1 pauseOnHover=true] Photos by Maya Edwards.

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The BI Wine Festival Uncorks Summer this Weekend

by Julie Hall June 17, 2012 11:20 a.m. To celebrate the official start of summer, Bainbridge wineries are pouring their best into the third annual Bainbridge Uncorked Wine Festival June 22-24. All seven of the Island’s artisan winemakers will be showcasing their handcrafted and award-winning reds, roses, and whites in a series of fun and…

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Photo Gallery of the Week 5/15/12: Shellfish Foraging & Cooking

Here are photos from the Shellfish Foraging and Cooking class offered by Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District Outdoor Programs Coordinator Jeff Ozimek. One of the Park District’s most popular events, this month’s class took place last Sunday at low tide. It was supervised by forager Langdon Cook and shellfish grower John Adams out…

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Dine Locally in Downtown Bainbridge and Save Dough

Thirteen Bainbridge Island restaurants are inviting diners to celebrate local food tonight March 22 and again Sunday March 25 to Thursday 29 and save. On these evenings, patrons can get a three-course meal for $28. Some restaurants are also offering a three-course lunch for $15. Drinks, tax, and gratuity are not included. The celebration is…

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Eat Out on Bainbridge This Week and Raise Money for UNICEF

All this week, from Monday, March 19, to Sunday, March 25, participating Bainbridge restaurants are collecting $1 for UNICEF for the tap water patrons would otherwise enjoy for free. UNICEF wants you to know that $1 provides 40 days of clean water for a child. That may be hard for us to understand on Bainbridge…

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Greg Atkinson’s Marché Now Open

At last Sunday evening’s intimate and enjoyable preview of Marché, which officially opened March 17, celebrated chef, writer, and radio personality Greg Atkinson and his wife Betsy offered a glimpse of the kind of attention to personal detail they will give to everything from food and wine to decor and atmosphere in this new, highly…

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