Hitchcock Restaurant

Row 1

133 Winslow Way E (at Madison)
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
(206) 201-3789

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  • I've had better service at a NJ gas station.
  • Bone marrow treats, Duck Liver Mousse, Fresh Salads, oysters, menu is always changing!!
  • Try it, you'll love it!
  • Try brunch here! Great menu and very reasonable prices... Super local fresh ingredients....
  • Try the Snow Creek Mussels, Hitchcock Chorizo, Amantillado Sherry, Parsley - Perfect plump mussels in an outstanding broth! #FSeatup
  • $1 oysters @ Happy Hour, 1/2 roasted chicken, and potato gnocchi!!! Hanger steak was good but not a lot of food.
  • Try the duck eggs! Locally produced by Camp 4.
  • Awesome drinks for a weekend morning pick me up! Also, try one of their specialty cheeses while you wait for your brunch.
  • Service is ridiculously unorganized and slow, but the food is good. They have a good chef, now they just need good management.
  • "Microseasonal" in its approach, Hitchcock features local produce, seafood, and meat.
  • Our first visit, when I told the server I'm vegan, she checked with the chef and reported back: "He said 'Bring it!'" He always puts together a truly delicious, beautifully seasoned dish. My fave.
  • The best restaurant on Bainbridge. Their deli next door is great too, as is the Monday night pizza popup, Bruciato (soon to be its own restaurant)
  • Hitchcock is a great place for the island, but could have been better. This is definitely still a place I'd bring friends or family to for special occasions when visiting the island, but could be bett
  • On Mondays they do a whole chicken dinner that is perfect for 3 when supplemented with some snacks
  • Enjoyed the oysters (we shared three varieties) and although the pork chop was ok, the halibut was good but pricey. Definitely save room for coffee & their Asian Pear Frangipani tart, it is delicious.
  • Order the (pay-what-you-want) tasting menu, then sit back and enjoy dishes that showcase pickling, fermenting, preserving, roasting, grilling, and all the other creative techniques of the kitchen.
  • great drinks
  • We walked in the propped open door at 4:45. Bartender rudely states they open at 5 pm. No worries we will wait. He basically tells us to leave because they are having a meeting on the bar with staff
  • Ask the bartender to make you his favorite. Make a reservation and don't leave without trying oysters.
  • If you go with a group I would stay clear of the chef's tasting. Didn't come out as individual servings which was a bit strange too. However, the chicken entree was amazing, highly recommend!