Saturday was play day. Enough setting up house for a while. Sequim has a respectable little farmers’ market on Saturday morning with a couple of produce stands, bakery goods (we bought a loaf of sour dough bread), craft vendors and some fun music. The day was absolutely gorgeous—not a cloud in sight and a comfortable 76 degrees.
The Garden Bistro restaurant is across the street from the market and we have been wanting to stop in for lunch for quite a while. All the seating is outdoors with a cute little picket fence outlining the eating area. Everything is made from scratch (including the bread) and it tastes really, really good. I had the hisbiscus cooler and the veggie panini (tomato, basil, havarti and honey) and Mike had probably the best Rueben sandwich ever.
One of the owners was serving and he was about as pleasant as they come. The restaurant was just established in February and seems to be doing well. Hope so, we plan to visit often.