December 19, 2019 / Megan Hill / Eater Seattle

12 Great Places to Eat and Drink in Bellingham

Bellingham, Washington combines small-city accessibility and a college-town independent streak that imbue this northern Washington town with a personality all its own. Add to that Bellingham’s geographic good fortune — at the confluence of abundant agriculture, misty mountains, and bountiful waterways — and one can see the depth of the city’s appeal, reflected in its food and drink scene. From cool craft breweries and cideries, reliable brunch spots, and dinnertime destinations, here’s the best the area has to offer.

  1. Elizabeth Station
  2. Saltine Bellingham
  3. Thousand Acre Cider House
  4. The Temple Bar
  5. Mount Bakery Cafe Downtown
  6. Old Town Cafe
  7. Camber
  8. Black Sheep
  9. Mallard Ice Cream
  10. Aslan Brewing Company
  11. Boundary Bay Brewery & Bistro
  12. Rock and Rye Oyster House
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