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Visit to San Juan Island June 2018

Jambalaya | Mar 2, 201809:09 AM     2

After checking for “recent” posts on San Juan Island I was shocked to learn the most recent was 3 yrs. ago! So, I am hoping for some recommendations on this island re restaurants as well as places to get good local produce and seafood. I will be staying in Friday Harbor at an Air B&B which will have a kitchen. Already I am aware of the farmer’s market down the road from me. I will have a car and GPS. To be clear I am not looking for you folks to do my homework for me by recommending the places I can already find on line, but as is usually the case this info can’t be counted on to be from knowledgeable posters or free of local area chamber of commerce bias. Seafood is a big thing for me as well as any places that go in the farm to table direction. Also I plan to take a side trip to both Orcas and Lopez islands, so if you are aware of any places on those two islands that info would be helpful as well.

Thanks

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