If summer in the city is sounding a little too hot and hectic, we have the remedy you’re after: A quiet, close-to-nature break on a little island just beyond where Washington state stops and the mighty Pacific begins. We’ve seen our gloating friends’ Instagram shots of the islands off Seattle — they’re spectacular, we get it. But Lummi Island is a dot farther up the coast and a ferry line away from the heart of the Northwest Coast hubbub. It’s home to not much more than the quaint, 100-year-old Willows Inn. Which just happens to have a world-renowned restaurant that draws its inspiration straight from the dark blue waters that surround its pebbled coast.
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