Birch Bay WA Restaurants
Great places to eat and drink in Birch Bay, WA.
Bay Breeze Restaurant
7829 Birch Bay Drive
HOURS: Mon. – Sun: 11AM to 9PM
Walk-up Espresso: Daily 8AM – 1 PM
Bay Breeze Restaurant & Bar sits directly on the beach-side overlooking beautiful Birch Bay. Serving lunch and dinner seven days a week with fabulous cuisine and amazing sunsets from inside or outside on our rooftop patio! Handicap accessible and kid friendly.
Bay Center Market
8050 Harborview Rd.
HOURS: Mon. – Sun: 8AM to 9PM
Groceries, Lottery Tickets, Shellfish License
Not just the bay’s grocery store with fresh cut meats, milk, eggs, cheese, but a place to quickly get your morning espresso, muffin, hotdog, soup for lunch or a snack. Get your lottery tickets, and shellfish license here. Cold beer and wine. Ample parking available on both sides of the market.
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CJ's Beach House Restaurant
7878 Birch Bay Drive
HOURS: Mon. – Thurs: 11AM to 8 PM, Fri: 11AM to 9PM, Sat-Sun: 8:30AM to 9PM
CJ’s Beach House in Birch Bay serves local, fresh and sustainable seafood, as well as burgers steaks and much much more! Located across the street from the beach, CJ’s offers outside deck dining with views of Birch Bay.
7848 Birch Bay Drive
An Amercian pub serving lunch and dinner all week, and breakfast on Saturday and Sunday. Outdoor patio seating with street-side views of the bay. Wheelchair accessible. Serves Alcohol. Off street parking available. The restaurant is on the street side of the Sandcastle Resort hotel.
Rooted in the Bay Cafe
7826 Birch Bay Drive, Birch Bay, WA
HOURS: 7 Days a Week – 8 AM – 2 PM
Rooted by the Bay, the community’s newest cafe, has been offering everything from coffee, breakfast pastries and local crafts
The C Shop
4825 Alderson Road, Birch Bay, WA
HOURS: Seasonal – Summer
The C Shop has something for everyone! Homemade candy, espresso, bakery, deli sandwiches, snow cones, famous cinnamon rolls or sticky buns, and more. Cafe & Store open Summers Only. Stop by and say hello to “Pat and Pat!”