Come visit our wonderful new facility in Freeland, where wine, art, music and food combined create a unique experience for you to enjoy! We offer lunch and dinner Thursdays through Monday from our restaurant – the 5511 Bistro (open until 8 pm). Enjoy the artwork of many local artists – paintings, glass, woodwork, fabric art, jewelry, weaving and more!
We have ample seating and offer banquet capabilities, wonderful outdoor spaces and lots more room for enjoying fine hand-crafted wine made on site, viewing art, listening to live music and enjoying fabulous Cuisine by executive chef Wayne Carter
Comforts of Whidbey Winery
A family run farm and winery situated on 22 acres overlooking Port Susan Passage and the North Cascades. With the largest established vineyard on Whidbey Island, the winery specializes in estate white wines – Siegerrebe and Madeleine Angevine. A new winery and tasting room are under construction – the farm has the space and licensing to accommodate a limited number of large private events.
Double Bluff Brewing Co.
Double Bluff Brewing Company, founded in 2015, is named after one of the most beautiful spots on Whidbey Island, Double Bluff Beach, with views of Puget Sound, the Olympic Peninsula, Seattle, Mt. Rainier and the Cascades. Our goal is to serve only the best beer to the good people of Whidbey Island (and beyond) and to make the island a destination for craft beer lovers!
Holmes Harbor Rod & Gun
The Holmes Harbor Rod and Gun Club is a friendly recreational and social club offering fantastic shooting facilities, restaurant, bar, immense dining hall, dance floor and much more. Wedding receptions and other private events can also be hosted at the spacious club facilities. Our members come from all walks of life and represents the diversity of South Whidbey Island. Come join us!
The Restaurant at The Inn at Langley
* Due to Coronavirus, the Restaurant at the Inn at Langley is closed until further notice. (posted 6/12/2020)
The Restaurant at The Inn at Langley, under the creative eye of Northwest award-winning Chef Matt Costello, is a gem of the Inn. This Whidbey Island restaurant overlooks a fabulous herb garden and features a double-sided river rock fireplace. The open kitchen allows you to marvel at Chef Costello’s finesse as he prepares a multi-course dinner, featuring Whidbey Island’s freshest seasonal fare. You may complement this culinary dynamic by the Inn’s extensive wine collection.
Dinner is served every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night year-round and Thursday through Sunday nights during the summer months of July-August. There is one seating per night (in other words everyone is seated at the same time.) Dinner begins at 7pm on Friday and Saturday evenings, 6pm on Sundays and at 7pm on Thursday’s in the summer. You will enjoy dinner for approximately 3 hours.
Mukilteo Coffee Roasters
From our vintage coffee roaster, located in a beautiful forest on Whidbey Island, we produce sight-roasted gourmet coffee to ship fresh to you. We bring passion, history, and experience to roasting specialty gourmet coffee. Experience Mukilteo Coffee Roasters and see why our reputation is legendary.
We’re on an island and in the woods, away from the city so we can concentrate on bringing you the freshest gourmet coffee. Our cafe hideaway is a special place to enjoy fine coffees, art and music; owner Gary Smith might even sing you song!
Ott & Hunter Wines & Tasting Room
At Ott & Hunter Wines, we handcraft limited quantities of artisan wines using some of Washington’s highest quality grapes. We work in small lots & use traditional French and artisan techniques: cold soaks, co-fermentation at crush, hand punch downs, stem inclusion, sur lie aging & battonage, minimal filtration or fining, and carefully balanced oak exposure. Our tasting room, located on Langley’s First Street, offers the winery’s locally-made artisan wines, to pair with wonderful views of Saratoga Passage, and a warmly sophisticated atmosphere.
Saltwater Fish House and Oyster Bar
Taste the sea in Langley on Whidbey Island
A seafood place coming to you from the folks at Prima Bistro. We’ve heard loud and clear from our customers for 11 years that you wanted a specifically seafood focused restaurant in Langley and, well, here we are! Fish and chips, clam chowder, lobster rolls, crab cakes, mussels, clams, and a great oyster selection are just the tip of the iceberg (yes, we do have a wedge salad!). Full cocktail bar, 10 beers on tap, a little rock and roll and a lot of fun.
The Commons Café & Books
A coffeehouse/bookstore in the heart of Langley. In addition to a variety if used books for sale, we offer pastries and breakfast menu, as well as a lunch menu that includes homemade soups, salads, and sandwiches. Ice cream is served inside or at our walk-up window off the patio. The Commons also offers a job training program dedicated to helping youth become self-sufficient and, in many cases, fund their college education. The Common Room accommodates 30 and is available for booking group events.
Sweet Mona’s Chocolate Boutique
We are here for your chocolate needs on-line and in-store for local pick-up. Visit our website at www.SweetMonas.com or call us at 360-221-2728 to order ! Shipping in Washington State is only $5. We hope to see you soon!
Ulysses Coffee Company
Ulysses Coffee Company opened its doors in May, 2021 at 111 Anthes Avenue (where ACT II Puppets used to be). They offer a variety of beverages and pastries, plus foods to-go. Owner Naomi Bartel said they are open 9 a.m.-4 p.m. daily, except Tuesdays. Stop by and welcome this new coffee shop to our downtown area.
Useless Bay Country Club
You don’t need a membership to enjoy the meeting and banquet facilities at this exclusive Country Club. Our affordable banquet services are open to the public and provide the most comprehensive event services on South Whidbey. Banquet facility rentals range from $50 to $400. Relax with everything you’ll need under one roof.
Whidbey Island Distillery
Home of the Loganberry Liqueur and other fine award-winning berry liqueurs. Whidbey Island Distillery is a family owned business run by three generations of the Heising family. We set out in 2009 to make a world class spirit right here on Washington’s own Whidbey Island, and in September 2011 we sold the first bottle of our Loganberry Liqueur.
Whidbey Island Vineyard & Winery
WIW pioneered grape growing and wine making on Whidbey 28 years ago and remains the island’s leading producer. In addition to estate grown wines we produce a growing number of varietals from vineyards in eastern Washington. Our philosophy is simple – emphasize elegance, balance and the best expression of what the grape has to offer, all at an outstanding value. The winery is consistently voted in the top 5 of King5 TV’s Best of Western Washington and welcome visitors all year.